Report from the set of THE MOON AND THE SUN — 13 Comments

  1. Woo!

    They say it’s a privilege to be inside such a beautiful world, which it is. Amazing, what an experience. Yet — I for one can’t help but think how much better it is to be costume dramaing within it than it was to actually live in it back in that period. For one thing, modern plumbing! It doesn’t reek like it did then!

    Love, C.

  2. Researching a book set in the 17th century makes one desperately grateful for 20th century medicine and dentistry, whatever flaws it might have.

    It would be possible to write a historical novel so realistically gritty as to be essentially unreadable.

  3. Fantastic, Vonda! Congratulations! (This is the first I’d heard of it.)

  4. Wow, Vonda, I didn’t even know it was happening! Conga rats–Brosnan looks amazing with long hair, too.

    Now I can hardly wait!

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  6. Vonda: Wow! And why should RR Martin be the only one to make big money on his books? I’m sure you’ll get to meet Pierce one of these days if you haven’t already. I’ve been a fan of his since Remington Steele. Congrats. We’ve all come a long way from Clarion.