Mary Shelley’s Handwritten Manuscripts of Frankenstein Now Online for the First Time

Thanks to the newly-opened Shelley-Godwin Archive, you can read “for the first time in digital form all the known manuscripts of Frankenstein,” Mary Shelley’s finest work and arguably the most famous work of British Romanticism.

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The Clock Is Ticking To The Release Of “The Traitor”

Today was the day I thought would never come. “The Traitor” is completely 100% finished. Well I say “finished” but I am getting the beta reader team back together again and the book is now being sent out to them for reading, edification, and digesting.

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“The Renegade Spy” Is Out In Paperback!

When I was younger, I had four main ambitions in life – get married, have kids, have at least one dog, and get at least…

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[Book Review] – Munich – Robert Harris

There are so many books – both fiction and non-fiction – about Winston Churchill and the war, that it has become an industry in itself….

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[BOOK REVIEW] – Their Trade Is Treachery – Chapman Pincher

MI5 has been around for hundreds of years and faces down many enemies who routinely threaten the internal security of the United Kingdom. They are…

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