Monthly Archives: May 2013

Heretics, witches, and the like

In the year of our Lord 1600, Girodano Bruno was burned as a heretic (real life). In 1598, Sashue was strangled for witchery (fiction, Crimson Sky). In 1610, Galileo saw the moons of Jupiter through his telescope. Later, under extreme … Continue reading

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Heretics, witches, and the like. In the year of our Lord 1600, Girodano Bruno was burned as a heretic in England (real life). In 1598, Sashue was strangled for witchery in what is now New Mexico (fiction, Crimson Sky). In 1610, … Continue reading

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Lazy Woman’s History

My favorite way of consuming history is through novels. Yeah, it’s the lazy readers way. I do read non-fiction, too, but it’s so much more fun to have a cast of well-drawn characters move through the landscape with some well-researched … Continue reading

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