I’ve been extremely blessed to be part of a group of writers who specialize in French history from the cave paintings to about 1900. Okay, that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but we’ve joined forces to promote our love of French history and historical fiction based in France.
Today on April Fool’s Day, Ann Mc Clellan wrote about court jesters, and the role they played in French royal courts. If I managed to understand the code embed from Facebook, Ann’s post will appear here:
Each of us take turns writing every Friday about various aspects of French history and culture. While we try to identify ourselves at the end of each post, sometimes we (I) forget to do so.