Valentine Offer over at MedievalCourses.com

| February 9, 2016

Valentine Offer over at MedievalCourses.com

MedievalCourses.com is running a special Valentine offer at the moment on historian Toni Mount’s courses: “Simply enrol on our “Everyday Life of Medieval Folk” course before the end of February 14 and we’ll automatically enrol you on the “Heroes and Villains” course for free. That’s a whole thirty modules for the price of twenty. But […]

Happy 2016 – Happy New Year to you all!

| January 1, 2016

Happy 2016 – Happy New Year to you all!

I just wanted to take this opportunity to wish you and your families and friends a very Happy New Year. I hope that 2016 brings you lots of good things, I will certainly try my best to bring you lots of interesting Tudor history articles and goodies. Happy New Year! In Tudor times, although 1st […]

Still time to buy Everyday Life of Medieval Folk at half price

| December 30, 2015

Still time to buy Everyday Life of Medieval Folk at half price

Just a reminder that you still have time to buy historian Toni Mount’s twenty-unit online history course Everyday Life of Medieval Folk at half price. The course is $49.50 at the moment but goes to full price ($99) on 1st January 2016. Click here to view all the details and to sign up. We always […]

Holy Innocents’ Day

| December 28, 2015

Holy Innocents’ Day

Today many countries around the world celebrate Holy Innocent’s Day, or Childermas, a feast day which commemorates the massacre of the baby boys which King Herod ordered in Bethlehem, in an attempt to kill the infant Jesus Christ. The story of the massacre is told in the Gospel of Matthew: “Then Herod, when he saw […]

New online course – Everyday Life of Medieval Folk

| December 9, 2015

New online course – Everyday Life of Medieval Folk

I’m excited to share news of this new online medieval history course which is now available at MedievalCourses.com and which is twenty-module course written by historian and author Toni Mount and narrated by Claire Ridgway (me!). What’s great about this course is that it is online and can be done at your own pace, so […]

In Plain View: The Tudor Treasures on our Streets, and Giveaway!

| December 4, 2015

In Plain View: The Tudor Treasures on our Streets, and Giveaway!

For the last day of my book tour for Tudor Places of Great Britain I’m home, here at The Anne Boleyn Files – hello! Thank you so much for your support this week. Releasing a book is always a nerve-racking time but it’s been made so much easier by your support and encouragement. Thank you […]

Tudor Places of Great Britain – Tall Tales, Ghost Stories and a Giveaway

| November 30, 2015

Tudor Places of Great Britain – Tall Tales, Ghost Stories and a Giveaway

My book tour for my latest book, Tudor Places of Great Britain, kicks off today with a stop at Nerdalicious where I share with you some of the tall tales and ghosts I read about while researching my book. From Anne Boleyn’s ghost(s) to huge black dogs, from the Holy Grail to phantom bears, you […]

Advent

| November 29, 2015

Advent

Today is the first Sunday of Advent and although many of us today don’t even think about advent until we start our advent calendars on 1st December, the beginning of advent was a big thing for Tudor people. Advent began, and still begins, on the Sunday nearest to the feast of St Andrew the Apostle, […]