Here's another sneak preview of Book #6 (BETROTHED).
Countdown: pub date is only 9 days away!
In Shakespeare’s time, the crowd that went to see his plays was not elitist or sophisticated. On the contrary. The majority of people who went to see his plays were rough, crude people, commoners who came for entertainment and had to only pay a penny to get in. For that price, they had to stand on the ground throughout the whole play—and thus became known as the “groundlings.”