Elizabethan London

Elizabethan London
Tyburn was an infamous execution spot west of London, used since medieval times. The Tyburn "tree" - a unique, multi-person gallows - erected in 1571 became a popular public spectacle, drawing crowds of thousands.Tyburn Tree blog is less blood-thirsty but hopefully topical, interesting and informative, if slightly bent to my personal topics of interest - books, writing, history, technology, with a smattering of politics and dash of pop culture, science and the downright strange. So "take a ride to Tyburn" and see what happens...

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Rodents of Unusual Size

Headed to High Park for the evening dog walk. Nothing to do with looking for the escaped capybara currently at large in High Park.

Really. Seriously.

Okay, we were looking for capybara.

Saw the one that was left in the zoo - he is now The Loneliest Capybara, and a nice sunset over Grenadier Pond.

Otherwise nothing.


Monday, May 23, 2016


As much as I dislike Facebook, I've decided to pull together a Facebook Page for my books.

While I will continue to post articles and info here on my blog, I will also be posting on The Tyburn Folios Facebook page.

If you are on Facebook, I recommend you check it out and follow along!


Friday, May 13, 2016

M.M. Bennetts Award for Historical Fiction - Finalists!

Always a bridesmaid, but never a bride! Oh well!

Congrats to the Finalists for M.M. Bennetts Award for ‪#‎HistoricalFiction‬!

Finalists are Helena P Schrader, Stuart Blackburn & Kermit Roosevelt!

Go forth and read them!! Read them NOW!