Guest Author - Carol Taller
Welcome to Today in History--one of the many sites here at BellaOnline! Despite the name of the site, "Today in History," this site is updated weekly. The way it works is I do a little research and find an event of significance from the past and write an article about it. Sometimes the articles coincide with current events, sometimes they don't; but they are always entertaining!
Once a week, I will send out a FREE newsletter to keep you updated on what's going on around here. In that newsletter, you'll find links to all the articles for the month, and maybe a few extras here and there--like important dates or miscellaneous facts you probably won't ever use but are just fun to read about
All you need to do to sign up for the newsletter is enter your e-mail address where it asks and click submit. I promise I won't send you spam, in fact, I don't even see your e-mail address. If you've signed up for another newsletter from another editor, that's excellent-- but you'll still have to sign up here. We don't share our lists even with each other!
So, to stay current with the past sign up for the free, Today in History newsletter. I tend to focus on biographies, science, and politics. There are a great many other topics but those are the ones that tend to really pique interest.
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Want to send me a note privately? Not a problem. There is also a link to leave me a comment--feel free to drop me a line and let me know what you're thinking! Comments and forum participation are always welcomed but not required.
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