Little Book of Ballads: Derek Taylor

Little Book of Ballads: Derek Taylor

Little Book of Ballads If you like rhythm and romance, drama and enchantment, you will love this collection of ballads. A little book of 53 traditional folk ballads from the English-speaking world. Favourite ballads and more from England, Scotland, Ireland, Australia and The USA. A portable pocket book handy to keep in your pocket or handbag for easy use at folk clubs, festivals, concerts, schools or just to have with you. Book Links Website Facebook Twitter Twitter 2 Amazon UK On Amazon

Eadric And The Wolves : David K. Mullaly

Eadric And The Wolves : David K. Mullaly

Eadric And The Wolves: A Novel Of The Danish Conquest Of England England in the year 1000, at the turn of the millennium, was a society divided. The majority of its residents were people of one culture, but a sizeable minority tended to see the world in a very different way. Hate crimes were common, and some religious figures talked about the end of the world. Finally, there were groups of foreigners who intended to wreak havoc on the general population, and some residents were blamed for the violence of those outsiders. The terrorists were Vikings, and the attacks had been ongoing for two hundred years. The long-established residents were Anglo-Saxon, but many thousands of people with Scandinavian roots had

Growing Up Viking : Ieda Jonasdottir Herman

Growing Up Viking : Ieda Jonasdottir Herman

Growing Up Viking: Fond Memories of Iceland Viking Children Don’t Cry. Grandpa always said Viking children never cried; they howled, screamed, bellowed – but did not cry! In Iceland 1935, the Viking philosophy was deeply rooted in the culture. Life was tough and the work was hard but along with the responsibility, there was freedom too. Childhood memories of growing up in the freedom and hardship of 1930’s Iceland recalled by a WWII war bride after 65 years in the United States. Looking back after a life in America, raising ten children and being surrounded by grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, the author recalls a simpler time and draws the reader into a childhood routine that had been virtually unchanged since the

Seven Lonely Castaways : J.C. Cummings

Seven Lonely Castaways : J.C. Cummings

Seven Lonely Castaways: A Gilligan’s Island Parody for Adults Only Ahoy, fellow lovers of all things tropical and naughty! I present to you: “Seven Lonely Castaways: A Gilligan’s Island Parody for Adults Only.” This fun and steamy tale features everyone’s favorite castaways as you’ve never experienced them before! Along with Gilligan, The Skipper, Mr. and Mrs. Howell, and The Professor are two of the most beautiful and lusted-after lovelies this side of Pago Pago: Ginger Grant and Mary Ann Summers, stars of every man’s fantasy for over fifty years—ever since these two beauties were first marooned in TV-land and gave every male on the mainland many a rise in their Levis, along with the inspiration to begin asking that primordial

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