Mercia McMahon is an author and editor of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Her work is published through her own publishing business MMMporium. This author site is focused on her fiction and poetry, plus reviews of fiction and poetry.Author MMMporium Publications Publishing Reviews
This website has been restructed 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.
Brexit in Context was published on 30 June 2017, twelve months after the EU referendum that it is about. There is a dedicated website at Brexit in Context.
The new home for my articles on tech history has moved to Contextual Politics and the emphasis will move from my personal end user history with tech to the historical and contemporary political context of the tech industry. The original articles are still available on this site to allow for old links, but that situation will not last, so please change your links.
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