The Thirty Years War #history

The Winter King and the Queen of Hearts

Today I’m over at Cryssa Bazos’s blog and we’re talking about a few of the many intricate events of the Thirty Years War and the profound effect on European and English History. Many of the later English Civil War leaders received their training during this time. It’s not an easy subject to narrow down into a blog post. Read more.

NPG D18169,Frederick V, King of Bohemia; Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia,by; after Balthasar Moncornet; Unknown artists

by; after Balthasar Moncornet; Unknown artists,print,1620s?


About Cryssa Bazos

Cryssa Bazos is a historical fiction writer and 17th Century enthusiast, with a particular interest in the English Civil War (ECW). She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association under the New Writers’ Scheme, the Romance Writers of America, the Historical Novelist Society and the Writers’ Community of Durham Region (WCDR) where she previously sat on the Board of Directors. Cryssa has published articles in the Word Weaver. Short stories include Confessions of a Tooth Fairy in Canadian Tales of the Fantastical (Red Tuque Books), Warwick Market in Canadian Tales of the Heart (Red Tuque Books), and The Dragon, appearing in Word Weaver. She has written articles for online E-Zines, Reading as Writers (RAW) and the Canadian Authors Association (CAA). She was the recipient of the WCDR’s Neil Crone Scholarship in 2011. Cryssa has recently completed a historical fiction novel, Traitor’s Knot, a romantic tale of adventure set during the English Civil War. Traitor’s Knot is the first in a series of adventures spanning from the ECW to the Restoration.

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