Happy Birthday to Calamity's Corner for the newsletter celebrates its fourth birthday. And to Wendy for producing a top newsletter each month. I mustn't forget Spirzli, the birthday girl, who celebrates her third birthday.
Maggie Anderson, whose latest book is, The Reluctant Marquess, writes an interesting article about Those Fabulous Georgians. I've written a Regency romance and am in the midst of writing another so I lapped up Maggie's article.
Rebecca Ryalls Russell writes an excellent review of the new hit movies, The Hunger Games. The short synopsis she gives reminds me of the Greek myth of Theseus who volunteers to join the seven young men and seven young women who are sent to Crete from Athens each year as tribute. The King Must Die, based on the Theseus myth, is one of my favourite books.
Peter Bernhardt, American espionage writer, visits beautiful Sedona and produces lovely photos and interesting description about the area.
Jacqui Rogers in her monthly spot, A Blast from the Past, writes about Hopalong Cassidy, brings back memories for some of us who are old enough to remember the Saturday afternoon pictures when the cowboy was king.
Plenty more interesting reading in June's Calamity's Corner.