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Lily Dewaruile · 1Y ago

Cwn Ebrill

I’m sure you won’t be surprised that someone who is immersed in historical research doesn’t know how to use the vacuum cleaner we have owned since moving back to the US. I was repotting some...
Lily Dewaruile · 1Y ago

For the Love of Language

Writers are language lovers. Words and phrases are our tools, our tubes of paint and brushes, our clay and chisels. After my first visit to Cymru(Wales), I had a new dilemma and a new story ...
Lily Dewaruile · 1Y ago

eBook Sale Ends Tonight

Hello, just a quick note to let you know that the eBook sale will end tonight so there are only a few hours left to get all my Welsh Medieval Romance titles at about a 65% discount.       … ...
Lily Dewaruile · 1Y ago

Ebook Sale Begins March 4

All of my historical novels set in Wales/Cymru published by Eres Books, will be on sale at about a 65% discount through the month of March, beginning tomorrow until Monday, April 4th. This s...
Lily Dewaruile · 1Y ago

Welsh & Medieval Cookery Course

FEBRUARY 7-28: WELSH & MEDIEVAL COOKERY with Instructor Lily Dewaruile  A man’s gotta eat. Throughout history, great and heinous acts have happened around the table. From the State Dinner to...
Lily Dewaruile · 1Y ago

Geirau Cymraeg/A Glossary of Welsh

To aid all readers of my Pendyffryn: The Conquerors series and my first novel, Traitor’s Daughter, I include a Glossary of Welsh Words (Geiriau Cymraeg) that are used in each of the books (s...
Lily Dewaruile · 1Y ago

Review: Hot Quit (not what you might think!)

Hot Quit by Kathy Roberts Some of the best parts of this novel were the details about cutting. I had no idea such an activity existed – being a city girl who loves the ‘idea’ of riding, with...
Lily Dewaruile · 2Y ago

Henry Tudor & the Yeoman

On the 30th of October 1485, Henry Tudor was crowned Henry VII. On the day of his coronation, historians claim that he created the first permanent armed body in England to serve the monarch—...
Lily Dewaruile · 2Y ago

On This Tragic Day

Two devastating events occurred on the 21st of October in the 1960s in Cymru: 1965: The Tryweryn Reservoir, which was built to hold water for the needs of Liverpool, England, was officially ...
Lily Dewaruile · 2Y ago

In Memory of a Scotsman

I have just learned of the death of a Scotsman who loved Wales and Welsh History, particularly the history of Morgannwg Canol, Merthyr and the Industrial Revolution, Scott Reid, Curator, Cyf...