Welcome to the first Medieval Monday of October! I'm enjoying the cooler evenings and settling in to the last three months of the year.
This month's word is one I've always found interesting. Merriam Webster Dictionary describes 'harbinger' as follows: something that foreshadows a future event : something that gives an anticipatory sign of what is to come.
And the archaic definition : a person sent ahead to provide lodgings.
Again, I don't believe I've used this word in one of my stories. Yet...
I'm unsure about the other two Ladies of Medieval Monday. They're off on adventures. But do hop on over and see if there's anything new.
Barbara Bettis: http://www.barbarabettis.com/index.php/blog/
Anastasia Abboud: https://www.anastasiaabboud.com/a-little-romance
If you've missed by latest announcement, check out the new format of my Seasonal Newsletters, beginning with the Autumn Newsletter HERE.
Until next Monday, spread the love and share the medieval knowledge! xo