Laura Shepherd-Robinson tells Historia how a shameful period in Britain’s history spurred her to write Blood & Sugar.
Forget all those lists of predictions for 2019. What you need is an almanack full of useful information, whether it’s when there will be full moons, the future of international affairs in a cryptic picture, or the answer to last year’s riddle. Martine Bailey, author of historical crime mystery The Almanack, spent a year living by […]
On the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918, when some British women were given the right to vote, we take a look at some of the inspirational women who dedicated their lives to the fight for equality. First up, Michelle Birkby tells the story of suffragette, Lady Constance Lytton. Lady Constance Lytton was […]
Historia talks to David Gilman, author of the Master of War series, about his new novel, The Last Horseman. Your new book takes you away from the Hundred Years War to the turn of the 20th century and the Anglo-Boer War. That’s quite a jump. What was the seed of inspiration for the book? Writers […]