Guest Posts

Shannon has been honoured to be a contributor to other websites and publications. To read those articles, click on the links below.

Napoleon in Exile in History of Royals (Issue 16)

Napoleon Exposed! – 10 More Strange Facts About History’s Most Famous Conqueror on Military History Now

Bringing Out the Dead – Who Cleared the Corpses from Napoleonic Battlefields on Military History Now

Superstitious Napoleon – Did Bonaparte Really Believe in Bad Luck, Ghosts and Evil Spirits? on Military History Now

An Interview with Napoleon Bonaparte on History Imagined

Insult to Injury – How Cartoonists Mocked the Exiled Napoleon Bonaparte on Military History Now

Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi, Napoleon’s Smart Sister on A Covent Garden Gilflurt’s Guide to Life

The 1823 Invasion of Spain — Just Eight Years After Waterloo, France’s Armies Were Marching Again on Military History Now

10 Blog Writing Tips for Authors on Bookswarm

Napoleon’s Followers in America on author Suzanne Adair’s Relevant History blog

Bon Appétit, Bonaparte! – What Did Napoleon Like to Eat and Drink? on Military History Now

Emperor in Exile — Could Napoleon Have Escaped From St. Helena? on Military History Now

Napoleon on Waterloo – What Did Bonaparte Actually Say About His Most Famous Defeat? on Military History Now

Bonaparte the Bookworm – Napoleon Was an Avid Reader; So What Were His Favourite Books? on Military History Now

Napoleon and the Prince Regent on All Things Georgian

Caroline Bonaparte Murat, Napoleon’s Treasonous Sister on A Covent Garden Gilflurt’s Guide to Life

The Many Faces of Napoleon Bonaparte — What did the French Emperor Actually Look Like? on Military History Now

The Secret Life of Napoleon Bonaparte – 10 Things You Didn’t Know About History’s Most Famous Conqueror on Military History Now

The Quotable Bonaparte — Nine of Napoleon’s Most Memorable Quips Explained on Military History Now

Napoleon Misquoted — Ten Famous Things Bonaparte Never Actually Said on Military History Now



There is a greater space between wit and common sense than people are apt to think.

Napoleon Bonaparte