I've no idea why I'm interested in history in general or the House of York in particular - I just am. Perhaps it's (in part) that the York family included some of the most interesting and controversial characters in English medieval history.
I've already written two novels that feature the family. Within the Fetterlock is about Constance, daughter of the first Duke, Edmund of Langley, and her exploits in the reigns of Richard II and Henry IV. The Adventures of Alianore Audley, narrated by Constance's wholly fictional granddaughter, is a fun look at the times of Edward IV and Richard III. Yes, a fun look. History doesn't have to be deadly serious all the times. We are allowed to have a laugh.
This is a new venture for me. No idea how often I'll be scribbling my ideas on here. But I will try to keep mainly to the medieval Yorks, their families, friends, and Baldrics.