Elizabethan Astrology - Alex Beaumont

Episode 13 March 22, 2021 00:20:29
Elizabethan Astrology - Alex Beaumont
DreamSwarm Podcast
Elizabethan Astrology - Alex Beaumont

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Andy Mark Simpson

Show Notes

Interview with fantasy author Alexandra Beaumont to discuss beliefs of astrologers in the Elizabethan era and how it influenced her upcoming fantasy novel 'Testament of the Stars'.

Follow Alex on twitter @ABeaumontWriter

Find out more about 'Testament of the Stars' with Gurt Dog Press https://gurtdogpress.com/alexandra-beaumont/

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