So, I did it.
I finally stopped procrastinating and rewrote my history book, which was released waaay back in June 2012 (it’s crazy how quickly time has passed). My knowledge of the Edwardian era deepens and grows just about every day, and I felt it was time to produce something that definitely encompassed my now wider understanding of the time period.
Edwardian England: A Guide to Everyday Life, 1900-1914 is by no means a definitive text about the Edwardian Era–it’d be arrogant of me to even think this!–but I like to believe it will fit nicely beside other fun yet informative non-fiction titles. This second edition delves a bit deeper into everyday life, ranging from the Church of England to furnishing a house. As with Pocket Guide to Edwardian England, posts on Edwardian Promenade do form the basis of the book, but like that book, the percentage of original, brand new content stands at about 65-70%.
As a big thank you to you all, I am giving away ten ebook copies (the lucky winners get both epub and mobi) of my new book.
The print version of Edwardian England: A Guide to Everyday Life, 1900-1914 is available on Amazon UK and Amazon UK, so if you’d prefer to have that, you can also take advantage of Kindle Matchbook, where the print and ebook are bundled. It will be available on other online retailers and for purchase at your local brick-and-mortar or library soon!
In the meantime, here is the Rafflecopter widget for your entry!