Author Archives: Sharon Lathan

Remember, Remember the Fifth of November, by Sharon Lathan

Remember, Remember the Fifth of November, by Sharon Lathan

Tomorrow is November 5, and in the UK marks the 415th anniversary of the fateful day in 1605 when Guy Fawkes and 12 conspirators planned to blow Parliament to smithereens. Thankfully, their traitorous actions were thwarted, the British monarchy and governing Parliament saved. To this day, patriotic citizens celebrate the failed “gunpowder plot” with bonfires,… Read the full blog post …

Darcy Saga Characters: Meet Dr. Raul Penaflor Aleman de Vigo, by Sharon Lathan

Darcy Saga Characters: Meet Dr. Raul Penaflor Aleman de Vigo, by Sharon Lathan

I confess to being more than a little partial when it comes to the characters inhabiting The Darcy Saga ten-volume series. Therefore, selecting one fabulous secondary character amongst the many for this fifth-installment of my blog series was challenging. After a bit of deliberation, I chose a secondary character who became quite important, especially to… Read the full blog post …

Darcy Saga Characters: Meet Sebastian Butler, Viscount Nell, by Sharon Lathan

Darcy Saga Characters: Meet Sebastian Butler, Viscount Nell, by Sharon Lathan

For today’s fourth installment in my blog series on secondary characters within the pages of The Darcy Saga, it logically followed after the previous post to cover this particular secondary-turned-primary character. Before I get to this handsome fellow, for those who may have missed the three other blogs, those are linked below. Also, to reiterate… Read the full blog post …

Strange Pets in History, or Support Animals gone too far! by Sharon Lathan

Strange Pets in History, or Support Animals gone too far! by Sharon Lathan

We have all seen the stories of bizarre so-called “support animals” brought (or attempted to be brought) onto airplanes or into public places such as restaurants. A rapid Google search yields dozens of reports and photos of reptiles including snakes, potbellied pigs, assorted birds (ducks and turkeys seem popular), miniature horses, kangaroos, various rodents, monkeys,… Read the full blog post …