“The Man Who Would Be King” (1888) by Rudyard Kipling, is a book about two British adventurers Dravot and Carnehan, who become kings of Kafiristan, Afghanistan by masquerading as gods. The pair’s plan went horribly wrong when Dravot marries a young girl, making her his queen. He kissed his new bride, who inadvertently bit his lip, … More White Christ? Who cares!
The blog I wrote for this week has been side-lined to a later date – It dawned on me, having introduced myself and what I am about in last week’s post, sharing with you, my first historical novel Son of Spain vol 1 & 2, that I should write a synopsis across the two volumes. … More Diego Velazquez, Son of Spain