Media overload

It's nothing, nothing, nothing and then it's me everywhere! It's just so weird, right? 

After all this time of not being able to do things, people are keen to get back into the swing as soon as they can. This week I have a radio interview on ABC (Sunshine Coast on Friday morning, a talk and book signing at a museum on Saturday after lunch, and a magazine came out with an ad for the talk (full page, just in case you haven't seen it on facebook) and an article on the last talk I gave. 

It's really me overload.

I'm glad to promote things, because the museum talk is a fundraiser and the museum has suffered with Covid, like everyone else and they need the money, but it just seems like I can't look anywhere without seeing myself. It's just so... weird.

All that aside, I believe tickets are selling out and the event will bring some much needed revenue into the coffers and again I get to talk about something I love- medieval women.


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That’s wonderful. I would love to be able to join the feminine hygiene talk. It has been the subject of discussion among my friends in Canada lately. I recently came across a mention of finding menstrual cloths in a Viking Age latrine in York. Sadly, there were no details. I am tempted to go all fan girl and write to ask for more, but it feels very presumptuous from a rank amateur. If you wanted to do it, I can share the details (and contact info).
I would love to! And feel free yourself! People are usually very excited to discus these things. Are they new finds? I've got information from articles and conversation with one of the archeologists, but I'm always keen to talk and listen about it for new findings!

Quite frankly, people who are interested in things will talk to ANYONE who shows the slightest interest. Haha!