One of the more enjoyable things for me about writing historical fiction is doing the research, but it can be a challenge at times. Fortunately, I have help, as you can see by the pictures below.
That’s Michael Hicks’ Warwick the Kingmaker that Stripes and Onslow are working on, and Onslow’s taking a break from reading Arlene Okerlund’s Elizabeth: England’s Slandered Queen.
Unfortunately, a difference seems to be arising between them (as it so often does) as to the mystery of the Princes in the Tower. That may well explain some of the hissing that went on this morning.
Oh, and Happy Leap Year!