Mercia McMahon is an author and editor of fiction, and non-fiction. Her work is published through her own publishing business MMMporium. This author site is focused on all writings plus her reviews of others' books.
This author website is returning to focus on all of my writing, but you will notice that my political writings, including my collection of teenage poetry, have disappeared. This is because I now work in a politically sensitive post and have to avoid commenting on matters of current political debate. This means that the few tech articles I have written will be returning to this site.
Brexit in Context, Inquest into a Campaign, and Poetry from a Mistimed Youth have all been removed from sale. This is because of my employment requirement to not publicly comment on contemporary political matters.
This website has been restructured in a flat file manner. So no longer are all reviews in a Reviews folder, but they are at the top level, e.g., https://merciamcmahon.com/to-kill-a-mocking-bird.html.
Reformations of Martin Luther was published on Amazon on 31 October 1517 to honour the 500th anniversary of him mailing his 95 Theses to the Archbishop of Mainz. The short book (13,000 words) focuses on the political context of the Protestant Reformation in terms of the 16th century Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. The title refers to the other main aspect, which is the contrast between Luther's slow personal reformation and the Evangelical reformation that he implemented in Electoral Saxony in general and Wittenberg in particular.
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