Avon Van Hassel

Building Worlds and Filling Them With Magic

Treasure Island is a classic for a reason. It has so much: high seas adventure, salty sailor talk, sailing ship vocabulary, a desert island, buried treasure, even a talking parrot. SO MANY pirate story tropes come from this book, the creativity boggles the mind. You all know Long John Silver already, the sea cook with the peg leg who is charismatic, charming, and treacherous. There’s also the good doctor, the hot-headed country squire, and the innocent widowed-innkeeper’s-son-turned-cabin-boy-in-search-of-adventure, Jim Hawkins.

Jane Austen's World

This Jane Austen blog brings Jane Austen, her novels, and the Regency Period alive through food, dress, social customs, and other 19th C. historical details related to this topic.

countryhousereader

Country House History - people and places

Underflow

Prayers to the Gods of Olympus

The Forest Witch

Polytheist Witch & Tea Brewer

GLOW RECIPE

Natural Korean beauty, hand-picked with love

Hearth Witchcraft

HOME IS WHERE THE 'CRAFT IS

Tegoslougos Carnoboduâ

Viewpoints of a Gaulish Polytheist

Gather Victoria

ANCESTRAL FOOD. MAGICAL COOKERY. SEASONAL CELEBRATION.

Colonies, Ships, and Pirates

Concerning History in the Atlantic World, 1680-1740

The Old Shelter

Sarah Zama's Author Blog - Fantasy fiction set in the 1920s

Whitley Abell

Musings of a Literary Agent

Dun Brython

A Brythonic Polytheist Blog

Words That Burn Like Fire

Welcome to the Adventure

The Druid's Garden

Spiritual Journeys in Tending the Land, Permaculture, Wildcrafting, and Regenerative Living

Jacob Devlin

Young Adult/Middle Grade Fantasy Novelist

omnomnomdeplumeblog

A blog about writing, food, witchcraft, and science.