Thursday, August 16, Free paleo-stories on the web Hope you have a fun weekend planned, but if you find yourself stuck inside for whatever reason, here is some good reading to pass the time. The following paleo-tales are all available on the Web for free, either because the author posted them or because they are now in the public domain. I'm planning a future post about novels in the public domain, so none of those titles are listed here. The titles below are all short stories.
Best Novels Set in Prehistory
December 10, Dragon tales are known in many cultures, from the Americas to Europe to India to China. Though they populate our books, films, and television shows, they have a long and rich history in many forms. It's not clear when or where stories of dragons first emerged, but the huge, flying serpents were described by the ancient Greeks and Sumerians. For much of history dragons were thought of as being like any other exotic animal: That changed when Christianity spread across the world; dragons took on a decidedly sinister interpretation and came to represent Satan.
Popular Prehistoric Fiction Books
Author, title and brief summary for over 2, historical novels in these separate categories and sometimes further categorised: Also a list by author. Archaeology in Fiction Bibliography Anita G. Over titles in four sections:
Mastering English Literary Fiction Genres These genre lists, along with descriptions and examples, are presented by Writing to Publish for research, educational, trivia-browsing, and other purposes. The prose subgenres we've listed here are in red, and sub-subgenres in parentheses. Genres that spring from non-English sources, which have become popular in translation, are usually in italics. Some of the broader genres listed here might be thought of as 'descriptive' or 'functional' categories instead, and there is no real agreement on which is which.