Huguenots

Find Me in the Stars – welcoming Ms Larimore and her Huguenots to my blog!

Today, I am hosting Jules Larimore as part of her ongoing blog tour with The Coffee Pot Book Club. Ms Larimore’s book, Find me in the Stars, is set in the late 17th/early 18th century and details the life and woes of French Huguenots in the Cévennes area . Frequent visitors to my blog know […]

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The King’s Command – welcoming Rosemary Hayes and her new release

Those of you who are frequent readers of this blog know I have something of a fascination with religion–more specifically the conflicts between Catholics and Protestants that plagued Europe from the moment Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of Wittenberg’s Cathedral. While the conflict ebbed and flowed (and at times became more political

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Rise, wash, convert – 25 of July 1593 was an unusual day in the life of Henri IV

I am presently taking part in the Historical Writer’s Forum Blog Hop. This year’s theme is “Momentuous events”, and as history is choc-full of momentuous events, it wasn’t exactly easy to whittle things down. But when restricting myself to momentuous events in July, today’s subject leapt out and grabbed me by the throat. Well, figuratively

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