Tag Archives: English Civil War

The Fifth Monarchists

A timely article on England’s Parliamentary struggles following the English Civil War Continue reading

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Don’t speak to Bob

How to defeat every writer’s frenemy, As-You-Know-Bob. Continue reading

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A moment in time: Scotland declares for Charles II

On this day, February 5, 1649, the Scottish Parliament proclaimed Charles II as King. Continue reading

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Ann Fanshawe: Memoire of Love

I am a romantic at heart and can’t resist a good love story. Combine this with the 17th Century and this girl becomes putty. One of my favourite couples is Ann and Richard Fanshawe. There were perfectly devoted to each … Continue reading

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17th Century Author Spotlight: M. J Logue – Uncivil Wars

M.J Logue, author of Uncivil Wars, shares her thoughts on the English Civil War and historical fiction. Continue reading

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Battle Scenes

There’s nothing quite like a thrilling battle scene. Continue reading

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Ann Fanshawe: A Memoir of Love

Once upon a time, there was a woman in the 17th Century who loved her husband very, very much. Her name was Ann Fanshawe. Continue reading

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