Margaret Pole, Countess at Home by Susan Higginbotham

| August 24, 2016

Margaret Pole, Countess at Home by Susan Higginbotham

A warm welcome to Susan Higginbotham who is joining us today as part of the book tour for ler latest book, a biography: Margaret Pole: The Countess in the Tower. Here is an extract from her book and you’ll find details of her book at the bottom of this post. Naturally, Margaret did not confine […]

Falling Pomegranate Seeds – A Katherine of Aragon novel is available now!

| August 20, 2016

Falling Pomegranate Seeds – A Katherine of Aragon novel is available now!

I know many of you will join me in congratulating historical novelist Wendy J. Dunn on the release today of her book Falling Pomegranate Seeds: The Duty of Daughters, which is Book 1 in the Katherine of Aragon story. Wendy is someone I’ve got to know through running the Anne Boleyn Files and she is […]

Was Charles Brandon a womaniser?

| June 20, 2016

Was Charles Brandon a womaniser?

I’m delighted to welcome Sarah Bryson, author of Charles Brandon: The King’s Man to the Anne Boleyn Files today on the first stop of her book/blog tour. Sarah’s here to share an article and her publisher, MadeGlobal Publishing, is also offering a paperback copy of Sarah’s biography of Brandon to one lucky Anne Boleyn Files […]

Whitehall Palace in a Nutshell – New Book!

| June 3, 2016

Whitehall Palace in a Nutshell – New Book!

Congratulations to my fellow MadeGlobal author Philip Roberts on the release of his first book, Whitehall Palace in a Nutshell! I wish him lots of success with this great little book. Whitehall Palace was, of course, the building that Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn renovated together and was the setting of their marriage and also […]

Anne Boleyn’s Execution Video – Derek Wilson

| May 19, 2016

Anne Boleyn’s Execution Video – Derek Wilson

Derek Wilson is one of my favourite historians and authors so I’m very excited about him being a part of Anne Boleyn Day 2016. In this video, Derek reads from his first historical novel, The First Horseman, in which his protagonist, Thomas Treviot, witnesses Anne Boleyn’s execution. He then talks about what it would be […]

Anne Boleyn and fiction writers with Wendy J Dunn

| May 19, 2016

Anne Boleyn and fiction writers with Wendy J Dunn

In this special Anne Boleyn Day 2016 video, historical novelist Wendy J Dunn talks about how Anne Boleyn’s story has been rewritten by fiction writers. Head on over to www.madeglobal.com/3230/wendy-dunn-anne-boleyn-fiction/ to enter the giveaway for a Henry VIII and his Six Wives Drink Charms Set. Good luck! Wendy is the author of The Light in […]

Truth Endures: Je Anne Boleyn Book 2 Launch

| May 19, 2016

Truth Endures: Je Anne Boleyn Book 2 Launch

Congratulations to Sandra Vasoli on the release of her second ‘Je Anne Boleyn’ novel, Truth Endures. Sandi has been a follower of the Anne Boleyn Files for many years and many of you will know her from her guest posts here and also her other books, Anne Boleyn’s Letter from the Tower and Struck with […]

Anne Boleyn Day 2016 – Phoenix Rising

| May 19, 2016

Anne Boleyn Day 2016 – Phoenix Rising

In this Anne Boleyn Day 2016 video, Hunter S. Jones, author of Phoenix Rising: A Novel of Anne Boleyn talks about her book and the research behind it. Head over to Text and follow the instructions to be in with a chance of winning a copy of her book.