The Power of Language ~ Part 2

Today’s post on the IWSG Anthology blog carries the second selection of my fellow writers’ thoughts on their experiences with language – and mine. Plus, the thoughts of our awesome publisher-editor, L. Diane Wolfe.

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Y for York

My 2020 Blogging from A to Z Challenge revisits my best posts from the 2014 to 2019 Challenges.

Y for York (2015)

If one side sacks a capital is that a victory? Or not if the enemy takes revenge? The capture and sacking of York did result in retaliation – the burning of the White House – but neither proved decisive.

However, since Gregory Wendell, the author of the diary in ‘Seeking A Knife’in my Snowdon Shadows series, was an RN officer stationed there, it impacted on him.

How much do you know about the War of 1812? Were you aware of where York was? No, not York as in Jorvik. The York in Upper Canada. Does burning the White House even seem feasible?

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