Check Out You’re History

Please visit my other WordPress blog, You’re History, at

http://yourehistory.wordpress.com/

On You’re History, I write about History (duh), more about fiber arts like natural dyeing, spinning, and textile sayings and terms, folklore, reading and book reviews, and much more. Hope you’ll stop by!

12 thoughts on “Check Out You’re History

  1. holly says:

    I don’t have a website, but I wanted to let you know that I would love to nominate you for the Website award, but I just don’t understand how to go about it! All I’ve figured out so far is how to navigate around the Amazon site, and somehow I have been fortunate enough to get your history blog on my Amazon blog (I really don’t know what “blog” actually means). You certainly deserve the award, I’ve found hours of enjoyment in reading your entries. Best of luck, from your technically-challenged fan, Holly

  2. I don’t understand the title of your blog, ‘you’re history’. You do realize that the apostrophe takes the place of an ‘a’….so what it really reads is: “You are history”.
    Too many bloggers don’t know how to spell! (something which bugs me greatly).

    • katknit says:

      No need to get snarky, Diane. Yes, I understand what you’re saying. But the title is simply taken from the phrase often used in the movies when threatening to fire or kill someone: “You’re history,” or, “You are history.” You are gone.

  3. I don’t have a website, but I wanted to let you know that I would love to nominate you for the Website award, but I just don’t understand how to go about it! All I’ve figured out so far is how to navigate around the Amazon site, and somehow I have been fortunate enough to get your history blog on my Amazon blog (I really don’t know what “blog” actually means). You certainly deserve the award, I’ve found hours of enjoyment in reading your entries. Best of luck, from your technically-challenged fan, Holly
    +1

  4. Hi Linda,

    Great blogs, and great reviews on Amazon. I’m trying to find a way to email you directly rather than posting a public comment. I am actually Anya Seton’s granddaughter, and I’ve recently published my own novel, Year of Disunion: A Novel of the Dawn of the American Civil War. I enjoyed your fine review of Winthrop Woman, and thought you might enjoy my book as well. You will be able to learn more about me at my author page on Amazon: Blythe Forcey Toussaint, or my own Civil War history blog blytheforceytoussaint.com. I’d love ‘meet’ you. It seems we have much we could share. You may also contact me directly at blythe.toussaint@gmail.com

    Regards,

    Blythe

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