Thursday, October 15, 2009

Medieval Word of the Day

Mural chamber: chambers built inside the thickness of a castle's wall

Though I didn't use this term directly in my story, my character Acelet got thrown into a mural chamber in Illuminations of the Heart. But you'll have to read the book to find out who threw him in there and why!

And now Medieval Word of the Day is going on hiatus, because I've used up all the words from my glossary in Illuminations of the Heart, and I will soon be starting a new venture that will leave me with limited time for blogging. More about that tomorrow!

Thank you to all those who have faithfully followed along with my Medieval Word of the Day. I've enjoyed sharing these words with you! Medieval Word of the Day will return when I bring out a new book with a new glossary full of terms.

2 comments:

Jaimey Grant said...

Thank you, Joyce! I've enjoyed your "Medieval Word of the Day" posts and eagerly await the next installment of them. Since this means you will also have a new book out, I am doubly excited. :o)

Joyce DiPastena said...

Thanks for following along, Jaimey! :-)