Anne Boleyn Files Advent Calendar 2016

Posted By on December 1, 2016

anne_boleyn_files_2016_advent_calendarTime flies when you’re having fun! It only seems like yesterday that I was organising last year’s calendar, and here I am posting about the 2016 one.

Yes, it’s that time of year again and this year I have help with the Advent Calendar. Some of my author friends are giving me videos, book extracts and other wonderful bits and bobs to share with you – a big thank you to them. I can’t promise you a chocolate each day, but I can promise you a few minutes of interesting history. So, grab your coffee and head on over to the calendar to enjoy today’s offering! Simply click the calendar picture on this post.

Techy Tim, as I call him, has added a link to the calendar on the home page – see top right on the page header – so you can find it easily on a daily basis. I do hope you enjoy it and that each offering brightens your day.

P.S. Do you like our new page header? Thank you to artist Dmitry Yakhovsky for the cover concept (and beautiful Anne Boleyn painting) and to Tim for making it Christmassy.

3 thoughts on “Anne Boleyn Files Advent Calendar 2016”

  1. Dawn says:

    Lovely start of the count down to Christmas, Claire ❄

  2. Ruth says:

    I enjoy Advent calendars; always a treat every day, even if it is not chocolate! The new look is beautiful and very classy; those colors are perfect. I must say I am thoroughly enjoying your very comprehensive website. It will take quite a long time to search out each and every tidbit of information, but I shall relish all of it. I love history; English history in particular because there is so much of it. I am expecting to get to England sometime in 2018, although I am not certain on destinations or itineraries. My dream would be to spend a month in your beautiful country, but that is highly unlikely. Thank you so much for all your hard work to bring Anne to life for us!

  3. Christine says:

    I bought an advent calendar years ago from Past Times, it’s a 3D village scene and plays silent night, I bought it as a table decoration I love it, sadly the shop went into liquidation but you could buy gothic medieval and Tudor jewellery from there as well as items for the home and garden and clothes.

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