Reading History: “Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen” (by Alison Weir)

If Anne Boleyn has gone done in history as one of England's most notorious, and thus documented, queens, her successor Jane Seymour has done the opposite. She hovers in the background of Henry's reign, remembered largely for her success in bearing Henry the son that he had long desired. Alison Weir's new book, Jane Seymour: The … Continue reading Reading History: “Jane Seymour: The Haunted Queen” (by Alison Weir)

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Reading Tad Williams: “Shadowmarch” (Volume 1 of Shadowmarch)

At long last, I'm finally getting back into the swing of blogging. It's been a hectic month and a half (and even longer, actually), but I'm starting to feel like myself again, and the writing bug has well and truly bitten me. Anyway, I've also gotten back into reading Tad Williams, who continues to be … Continue reading Reading Tad Williams: “Shadowmarch” (Volume 1 of Shadowmarch)