My Thanksgiving

| November 27, 2014

My Thanksgiving

We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in my home country of the UK or my new home in Spain, but the day always gives me pause for thought and I use it as a day to count my blessings. One of the many things I am thankful for is the fact that my job is my passion. […]

Illustrated Kings and Queens of England Out Now!

| November 24, 2014

Illustrated Kings and Queens of England Out Now!

It’s an exciting day for me today because my latest book, Illustrated Kings and Queens of England, has just been released on Kindle. For those of you who don’t like ebooks, it is also being released as a hardback coffee-table style book and should be out in the next couple of weeks – watch this […]

Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey

| November 6, 2014

Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey

Congratulations to Adrienne Dillard on the release of her debut historical novel Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey which has just been released on Amazon Kindle (paperback coming soon). I’ve got to know Adrienne well over the last few years and I’m so happy that her novel is finally out there. My husband’s publishing […]

Christmas at The Anne Boleyn Files

| November 5, 2014

Christmas at The Anne Boleyn Files

I know it’s only the beginning of November but I need to mention Christmas because of our Christmas ordering deadlines, and I know some of you are very organised and have started your Christmas shopping – well done! Here at the Anne Boleyn Files, we have a shop offering: Sterling silver, bronze and white bronze […]

Karen Bowman Talk – Bonaire and Buxom in Bed and at Board

| November 5, 2014

Karen Bowman Talk – Bonaire and Buxom in Bed and at Board

Those of you who are members of The Tudor Society or who are thinking of becoming members will be interested to know that this month’s talk is now live on the site. In her talk “Bonaire and Buxom in Bed and at Board”, Karen Bowman, author of the historical books Essex Girls and Essex Boys, […]

Thomas Cranmer – Were his recantations of faith driven by Stockholm Syndrome by Beth von Staats

| October 28, 2014

Thomas Cranmer – Were his recantations of faith driven by Stockholm Syndrome by Beth von Staats

One of our feature articles in the November 2014 issue of Tudor Life Magazine is Beth von Staats’ excellent article on Thomas Cranmer’s recantations in the reign of Mary I, “Thomas Cranmer – Were his recantations of faith driven by Stockholm Syndrome?”. You can enjoy the whole article in the magazine sample at www.tudorsociety.com/magazine, along […]

Conor Byrne’s Katherine Howard Blog Tour and Giveaways

| October 24, 2014

Conor Byrne’s Katherine Howard Blog Tour and Giveaways

Just to let you know that Conor Byrne, author of Katherine Howard: A New History, is doing a virtual book tour next week and stopping at five different blogs to share guest articles and interviews. Here is the schedule: Monday 27th October – Here at The Anne Boleyn Files – Guest article on Katherine the […]

Catch Gareth Russell talking about Jane Seymour!

| October 14, 2014

Catch Gareth Russell talking about Jane Seymour!

Historian Gareth Russell, who is also the author of the The Emperors: How Europe’s Greatest Rulers Were Destroyed by World War I and upcoming books A History of the English Monarchy: From Boadicea to Elizabeth I and An Illustrated Introduction to The Tudors, is giving Tudor Society members a treat this month with his talk […]