History, Books & Wine Podcast

Happy Hour -- History of Valentine's Day

February 07, 2019 Season 1 Episode 1
History, Books & Wine Podcast
Happy Hour -- History of Valentine's Day
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History, Books & Wine Podcast
Happy Hour -- History of Valentine's Day
Feb 07, 2019 Season 1 Episode 1
Lori Ann Bailey, Eliza Knight, Madeline Martin
History, Books and Wine, Valentine’s Day edition, where three author friends talk about the history behind the day -- which goes back to Roman times -- wine, books, writing, pets, audiobooks, health, gift ideas and so much more!
Show Notes

Welcome to Happy Hour with your hosts, Eliza Knight, Madeline Martin and Lori Ann Bailey. The three authors talk about the history behind Valentine's Day -- which goes back to Roman times -- wine, books, writing, pets, audiobooks, health, gift ideas and so much more!

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We paired episode one with these wines:

Lori -- Apothic Crush

Eliza -- Cantina Zacagnini

Madeline -- Black Box, Malbec


We we read this week:

Lori read a Regency romance -- Six Degrees of Scandal by Caroline Linden

Eliza read a Regency romance -- Someone to Love by Mary Balogh

Madeline read a historical fiction -- Medieval Woman, Life in the Middle Ages by Ann Baer


Our book releases (available online where books are sold!):

Lori’s newest book, a Scottish historical romance -- The Highland Guard and His Lady

Eliza’s newest book, a Scottish medieval romance -- The Highlander’s Hellion

Madeline’s newest book, a Regency romance -- Mesmerizing the Marquis


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Lori Ann Bailey

Eliza Knight

Madeline Martin


Check our websites and social media links for #TheListLassies our holiday gift idea lists from some of our favorite things!

Poems/Valentine Readings:

Chaucer’s Parlement of Foules

Duke of Orlean’s Valentine Card

Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Act IV Scene 5

Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s How do I Love Thee? (Sonnet 43)

Facebook Reader/Writer Health Group: 

Write Strong, Read Strong, Live Strong


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