Here’s a brief interview I did with Jerry Royce Live at C3 Con this year. Stay tuned for a full hour interview that will broadcast in a couple of weeks.
Library Talk & Signing at the Fairfield Public Library Friday November 7, 2014 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm 261 Hollywood Ave, Fairfield, NJ 07004 (973) 227-3575 http://www.ffpl.org Madison Area Creator Fair at the Madison Public Library Sunday November 9, 2014 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm 39 Keep Street, Madison, NJ 07940 973-377-0722 www.MadisonNJLibrary.org … Continue reading →
We decided to spend this day in London and picked the Churchill War Room Museum, off Clive Steps, King Charles Street, near St James Park. In the late 1930s, as the prospect of another war on the scale of the Great War (WWI) appeared more likely, British military planners began to prepare for the expected … Continue reading →
Once there were thousands of large British manor homes scattered across Great Briton. Many have been razed, destroyed, fallen into ruin, but even into the 20th century they still had a storied history. During the First World War, Almina, the 5th Countess of Carnarvon, transformed Highclere Castle into a hospital, and patients began to arrive … Continue reading →
Tutankhamun was buried in 1325 BC and his tomb discovered by the 5th Earl of Carnavon and Howard Carter in 1922 AD. George Edward Stanhope Molyneaux Herbert was born in London in 1866 as the son and heir to the Estates and Earldom of Carnavon. As 5th Earl, upon his father’s death in 1891, he … Continue reading →
For about 10 days in May this year, my daughter and I had the privilege of working as docents at the Mansion in May event held this year at Blairsden, sponsored by The Women’s Association of Morristown Medical Center. The event raised funds for an An Expanded Pediatric Intensive Care Unit & New Autism Center at … Continue reading →