#HistoricalRomance, #ValuesDissonance, and #VikingWarriorWomen PLUS #BookReview of The Last Princess by @ShelleyWilson72

Another great post from Barb, with a super review for Shelley Wilson’s The Last Princess.

Barb Taub

UPDATE: apparently there was a coding issue, which WP has now fixed. Please let me know if you have any further trouble viewing this post. –Barb

YIKES! Somehow if you’re viewing this post on a monitor, the second half is overwriting the first. If anyone has any ideas on how I can convince WordPress NOT to do this, please let me know. Otherwise, I’ll take down the review and repost. I’m so sorry. –Barb

It is a little unfair, I think, to criticize a person for not sharing the enlightenment of a later epoch, but it is also profoundly saddening that such prejudices were so extremely pervasive. —Carl SaganBroca’s Brain

It’s called Values Dissonance.

As a writer, I love tropes—both using them (bad guy wears black hat) and subverting them (black hat-wearing bad guy loves his puppy). But while tropes are valuable shortcuts to values or meanings…

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