Katherine Pym

About me

Author of historical fiction, London 1660’s and one French Revolution novel on Camille Desmoulins.

From my website

Hello, once again

Sorry this has taken so long, several months, but life has intruded. Deaths, loss of loved ones, waiting for the loss of loved ones. Hard.But I've finished the first draft of Jasper's Lament, London 1664, a story of a young erudite of religious theory during a time when there is…

Ride the TITLE WAVE into the 17th century

This is in thanks to Christy K. Robinson who put this lovely piece together, allowing us to share with our friends.There’s a vast crowd of enthusiasts reading and discussing everything medieval and renaissance. But time didn’t stop with Elizabeth Tudor’s death in 1603. Are you looking for the rest of…

Old St. Paul's

When I find historical texts published in the middle of the 17th century I feel I’ve won the lottery. Even though most authors of this time-frame write flowery 'epistles', or a long convoluted 'introduction to the reader', interspersed with Latin or other languages (Greek comes to mind) which I cannot…

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