April 18, 2023
Peter Lindfield talks readers through medieval furniture and provides a sneak peek between the covers of his new book, highlighting the significance of this fascinating piece of Tudor furniture.
April 4, 2023
Are you ever curious about the stories behind your favourite books? In this blog, Natale Barca takes us behind the scenes of the event which led to the start of his life as an author…
March 7, 2023
Have you ever been to the Llŷn Peninsula? This highly popular holiday destination, with its captivating coastline and magnificent mountains, is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful places in Britain.
March 1, 2023
In this, the first of a series of blogs, Stephen reveals the story behind his Hanwell project, from his discovery of the waterworks at Hanwell Castle in an Ordnance survey map, to the pages of the acknowledgements in his new book…
January 18, 2023
‘Bog bodies’ are some of the most familiar finds associated with peatland archaeology. However, they are in fact comparatively rare. In this blog Benjamin Gearey, co-author of An Introduction to Peatland Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments, tells the tale of the discovery of the Tumbeagh Bog Body. This case study is significant both in terms of the evidence it provides and because of the insight it offers into the environmental challenges facing peatland archaeology; it also warns against eating what you’ve excavated!
January 1, 2023
Searching for a Needle in a Sand Dune RICHARD J. LONG, author of The Excavations at Mut al-Kharab II, has worked with the Dakhleh Oasis Project since 2004. In this blog, he… READ MORE
November 21, 2022
We know some authors are currently working on completing a 50,000 word novel before November ends for the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) challenge. Quite the Herculean feat! To commemorate… READ MORE