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Kim Rendfeld
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Author of historical fiction
Author of historical fiction

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Today is launch day for my third novel, "Queen of the Darkest Hour," in which Fastrada must stop a conspiracy before it destroys everyone and everything she loves.
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In his 40s, the scholar Alcuin had a choice: stay with the Cathedral School at York or lead the Palace School in Charlemagne's court.
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Astrology was prized in the Middle Ages.
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Was the poem about lovers or an opportunity to snipe at a rival?
Osulf: the Prince’s Friend or Lover?
Osulf: the Prince’s Friend or Lover?
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Charlemagne attracted the best and brightest to his court.
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Queen Hildegard was pious, beautiful, and intelligent. And she ensured her sons--and no one else's--would inherit the throne.
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A novelist finds her the inspiration for setting in real life.
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Gotta admit: The tale of Queen Eadburh accidentally killing her husband while trying to poison someone else is a good story. Not true, but still a good story.
Queen Eadburh: Maligned but Not Murderous
Queen Eadburh: Maligned but Not Murderous
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Travel times plays a role in all three of my novels.
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In my research for "Betrothed to the Red Dragon," I encountered Elen, a fascinating 4th century British woman.
Who Was the Real Elen of the Hosts?
Who Was the Real Elen of the Hosts?
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