The 3 R’s are not dropping off into outer cyberspace. But still, they’re about to become history. Starting in January, the content will be largely historically focused.
I’ll include interviews with:
- Folks who write history.
- People who’ve made history.
- Archivists who preserve history.
And I’m really happy to announce that there will be a regular (or regularISH) Q & A With Carolyn Yoder, my editor who knows way more about reading, writing, and researching history than I do!
Just so you know, I’m not strong at creating structure or sticking to it. So, in all likelihood, the info here will be totally random. Sort of one big smorgasbord of historical delicacies!
A few things you'll find at the buffet:
· Book reviews of historical fiction and non
· Interviews with history writers
· Links to history websites
· Classroom ideas from history teachers
· Research tips
· This day in history
·And the price of eggs in 1944
The way I figure it, history is an endless smorgasbord. Which means my blog ideas are infinite! So, even though structure is not my strong suit, I'll create some categories that allow for topical searches.
And if there's something you'd like to see here, by all means, speak up! I'll do my best to hunt down the info and serve it up in a palatable manner.