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The extinction of the Susquehannock in the Mid-Atlantic region is more than the loss of people. With them went their language and their culture. A post on this tragedy by Anna Belfrage.
Today, I am happy to welcome Anna Belfrage, author of The Graham Saga as she promotes her latest release and sixth book of the series, Revenge and Retribution. Anna’s post about the Susquehannock p...
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The first international scientific conference involved more than discussions about atoms and molecules. It needed to be in a nice locale, have someone to help pay the bills, and have the support of prominent people in the field.
In this installment on the history of atom theory, physics professor (and my dad) Dean Zollman discusses how the first international scientific conference was organized to discuss the various ideas...
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One novelist's speculation about how Saint George's legend got to Britain during the Dark Ages and why he was welcome throughout Europe.
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From the fall of Rome to the French Revolution, dynasties ruled over today's France. A guest post from author Ginger Myrick.
Today, I'm happy to welcome historical novelist Ginger Myrick to Outtakes. Ginger's latest release is Insatiable: A Macabre History of France ~ L'Amour: Marie Antoinette, an alternate history of th...
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Charlemagne had 5 wives. He divorced 2, outlived 3, then had concubines. Politics influenced all of these decisions. http://unusualhistoricals.blogspot.com/2014/06/hea-or-not-x-5-charlemagnes-marriages.html
By Kim Rendfeld One thing I did not make up in my historical novels is Charlemagne’s complicated family life and how his personal decisions had consequences for his kingdom in the eighth and ninth centuries. Charles was m...
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Author Judith Arnopp was fascinated by the Tudors but hesitated to write about them. Find out how why and how she approaches these well know characters now. http://kimrendfeld.wordpress.com/2014/06/13/the-allure-of-writing-tudor-fiction/
I am happy to welcome to Outtakes author Judith Arnopp, whose most recent three books feature the Tudors. Here, she tells us why she didn’t write about them earlier and how she approaches them now....
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Many peoples native to North America are lost to us. We don't know  their language, their dieties, or their culture. The Susquehannock are one such people, as Anna Belfrage explains.
Today, I am happy to welcome Anna Belfrage, author of The Graham Saga as she promotes her latest release and sixth book of the series, Revenge and Retribution. Anna’s post about the Susquehannock p...
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Attractive location. Someone to help pay the bills. Heated discussions about atoms and molecules. Welcome to the first international scientific conference.
In this installment on the history of atom theory, physics professor (and my dad) Dean Zollman discusses how the first international scientific conference was organized to discuss the various ideas...
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For about 1,300 years, today's France was ruled by dynastic families. My guest Ginger Myrick provides an overview.
Today, I'm happy to welcome historical novelist Ginger Myrick to Outtakes. Ginger's latest release is Insatiable: A Macabre History of France ~ L'Amour: Marie Antoinette, an alternate history of th...
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Charlemagne's life was like a political soap opera--married 5 times, then a bunch of concubines. (For the acronym impaired, HEA stands for happily ever after.)
By Kim Rendfeld One thing I did not make up in my historical novels is Charlemagne’s complicated family life and how his personal decisions had consequences for his kingdom in the eighth and ninth centuries. Charles was m...
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For Unusual Historicals' theme of Happily Ever After (HEA) ... Or Not, I could not resist Charlemagne and his 5 marriages. Or 4, depending on whom you believe. http://unusualhistoricals.blogspot.com/2014/06/hea-or-not-x-5-charlemagnes-marriages.html
By Kim Rendfeld One thing I did not make up in my historical novels is Charlemagne’s complicated family life and how his personal decisions had consequences for his kingdom in the eighth and ninth centuries. Charles was m...
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Although author Judith Arnopp was fascinated by the Tudors, she hesitated to write about them. Find out why she decided to write about them and how she approaches them now.
I am happy to welcome to Outtakes author Judith Arnopp, whose most recent three books feature the Tudors. Here, she tells us why she didn’t write about them earlier and how she approaches them now....
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