Beyond the Point is an organisation which looks to ‘unearth, explore and enlighten’ its users about the ‘overlooked structural heritage in Essex, London and Beyond. Its creators Joe and Liam have had an interest in history since year three and between them a wealth of knowledge, expertise and passion which has led to their website… Read More Q and A with Joe and Liam from Beyond the Point
For Anthony Woodvile month I was fortunate to interview author Matt Lewis author of a number of books focused on the Wars of the Roses and chairman of the Ricardian Society. Find out his views on the Woodvilles, what got him on the history path and where he would travel back to if he could.… Read More Q and A with Matt Lewis, Author and Chairman of the Ricardian Society.
I would like to welcome historian and author Dan Jones to this month’s Q and A, and I have to say I am a little starstruck! Thank you Dan for agreeing to feature on my blog. Firstly, this month’s theme of For the Love of History is the Peasants Revolt. This was the topic of… Read More Q and A with Historian and Author Dan Jones.
This week’s Q and A is with Jennifer, who currently works for a local authority in Kent. Jennifer has written a book on the Suffragettes of Kent. She originally trained as a solicitor. Hi Jennifer. Thank you for agreeing to take part in my Q and A feature. Firstly what brought you to writing a… Read More Q and A with author Jennifer Godfrey
I would like to welcome Annabel to this month’s Q and A, the creator of a history geek in town blog and author of A pearl for my Mistress.( Please note For the love of History is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means… Read More A Q and A with Annabel from A History Geek in Town.
For the first Q and A of 2021 I would like to intrduce Gemma, fellow history blogger and author. Hi Gemma, thank you for taking the time to feature in For the Love of History’s Q and A. You are the creator of JustHistoryPosts blog, can you tell me more about what the blog is about and… Read More Q and A with Just History Posts
Meet Emily, she is a History teacher based in Preston. She has a Masters in History along with many years of working in the heritage industry in London. I worked with Emily in my time at Historic Royal Palaces and her love for history and heritage is clear to see. Hi Emily. Thank you for… Read More Q and A with Emily Cowan
Hi Dominique, Thank you for taking the time to feature in this week’s Friends Friday Q and A. You are the creator of Some Sources Say blog where you look at archival records and secondary sources. What made you decide to create a blog in that area? I did a history and sociology degree and… Read More Q and A with Some Sources Say
This fortnight’s Q and A is with Vanessa Bunton Hi Vanessa, Thank you for taking the time to feature in this week’s Friends Friday Q and A. You are an archeologists and museum teacher. What brought you to that particular career path? I spent my childhood visiting museums and learning about history at home… Read More Q and A with Vanessa Bunton- Archaeologist
I am joined today by Elizabeth from Smart History Blogging. Elizabeth teaches history bloggers smart ways to save time, grow traffic, make money and write about what they love. Thank you for agreeing to be featured in the Q and A #FriendsFriday segment of my blog. First can you tell me a bit about who… Read More Q and A – Elizabeth; Smart History Blogging