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Storytelling: education in fantasy

Once again, I’m here with a post that will combine history and fiction. This time, the topic is education systems in fiction and how can historical facts be used for inspiration. History When it comes to Europe, mandatory schooling only started quite late (16th-18th century, based on location). Literacy wasn’t a common thing in times […]

Hiking: two days with sandstone

I have taken a disgustingly smart approach to taking my main vacation: June, before the school holidays, when the hills aren’t as crowded. 2021 is still a bit unpredictable, so I was changing my plans a lot during April and May… Note: Image-heavy post.

Book review: Tale of a frozen heart

My next “fresh” read is a return to James Harrington’s Drakin series, with a book that happens between the previously published books. The book stays true to the series but also reads differently…

5/2021 Writing update

May has passed us by (well, it will, tomorrow), and so it’s time for another monthly update. This one will be pretty short.

A return outdoors

You’ve probably noticed the lackof hiking posts in the last few months. In March, my country went into a hard lockdown for 6 or 7 weeks, followed by two weeks of bad weather. Thus, I could only get back to hiking in late April.


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