Why I Pulled My Tudor Historical Novel from Publication by Lissa Bryan

| January 17, 2018

Why I Pulled My Tudor Historical Novel from Publication by Lissa Bryan

As more historical research is done, historical characters are being rehabilitated and long-believed myths are being challenged and even banished, which is a wonderful thing. However, sometimes, the rehabilitation of one person can lead to another suffering, as has been the case with Anne Boleyn and Jane Boleyn. But things are changing. We had the […]

My book is number 2!

| January 9, 2018

My book is number 2!

It wouldn’t be quite right to say that I’m incredibly humbled by this – or perhaps I was but it didn’t last long – because here I am bragging about it and exploding with happiness and pride. Why? Because Lil from the Lil’s Vintage World YouTube channel, a book reviewer, has chosen my book The […]

New Henry VIII book – Pustules, Pestilence and Pain

| December 15, 2017

New Henry VIII book – Pustules, Pestilence and Pain

Congratulations to my fellow MadeGlobal author Seamus O’Caellaigh on the release of his book Pustules, Pestilence and Pain: Tudor Treatments and Ailments of Henry VIII. It is out now as a kindle book and a full-colour paperback, and is perfect for anyone interested in Henry VIII’s health problems and Tudor remedies. Here’s the blurb: Henry […]

St Mary-le-Bow Church by Toni Mount

| October 23, 2017

St Mary-le-Bow Church by Toni Mount

Welcome to historian and author Toni Mount who is visiting the Anne Boleyn Files as part of her book tour for her latest medieval mystery. The Colour of Betrayal is the latest whodunit in Toni’s popular Sebastian Foxley series of medieval murder mysteries. Inspired by a true story from the thirteenth century, this new tale […]

Anne Boleyn book, movie and documentary recommendations

| September 25, 2017

Anne Boleyn book, movie and documentary recommendations

Thank you so much to those of you who participated in the Anne Boleyn Files recent survey on Anne Boleyn books, movies and documentaries, I really appreciate your feedback. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, let me explain. Just over a month ago, I asked Anne Boleyn Files followers to share their recommendations […]

Share your Anne Boleyn recommendations

| August 21, 2017

I want to create a list of Anne Boleyn Files followers’ recommendations of books, TV series and movies on Anne Boleyn. It’s always great to share recommendations, at the risk of adding to my very long “to read” and “to watch” lists! Anyway, to share your recommendations and to help me create this list, please […]

Researching Anne Boleyn for “Falcon’s Rise” by Natalia Richards

| May 24, 2017

Thank you to author Natalia Richards for sharing this guest article with us today. Natalia is author of Falcon’s Rise: The Early Years of Anne Boleyn, a novel focusing on Anne Boleyn’s very early life and her time at the court of Margaret of Austria. It is clear from this guest article just how much […]

How to catch up on Anne Boleyn Day 2017

| May 21, 2017

How to catch up on Anne Boleyn Day 2017

Friday was a busy day for us here at the Anne Boleyn Files as it was our annual Anne Boleyn Day. I like to pay tribute to the life of Queen Anne Boleyn on the anniversary of her execution by bringing us all together with special events like videos, articles and giveaways. This year, I […]