Casting Light on the 17th Century

Today, I’m the guest of Annie Whitehead, author of To be a Queen on her blog Casting Light upon the Shadow. I discuss topics such as Roundhead vs Cavalier and how Royalist men had great hair (well, they did).

Don’t be shy. Come on over and say hello!

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About Cryssa Bazos

Historical fiction writer and 17th century enthusiast.
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One Response to Casting Light on the 17th Century

  1. samoore777 says:

    Actually….Cavaliers generally had great wigs…esp after the Restoration, when Charles II adopted those long, flowing dark wigs to replace his own hair, which he said had gone ‘mighty grey’.

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