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Free Kindle Book – The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown – 2 Day Promotion

Posted By on May 18, 2012

The Fall of Anne BoleynTo commemorate the anniversary of Anne Boleyn’s execution I am listing the Kindle version of my book The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown for $0.00 on Amazon US, Amazon UK and Amazon’s international sites today and tomorrow, the 18th and 19th May.

Now, I know that many of you will already have it (thank you!) but I would really appreciate it if you could spread the message to friends, family and Tudor history lovers you know. On the Amazon US site you can even “gift” it to people and, of course, it won’t cost you a single cent. I hope you’ll help me spread the truth behind Anne’s story in this way.

Win a $25 Amazon gift card (or £15 for Amazon UK) by sharing this post, my Facebook posts or Tweets to do with this offer. Simply let me know what you’ve done in the comments below. The lucky winner will be chosen via Random.org and announced on Monday 21st. Don’t forget to pick up a copy of The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown for yourself too!

P.S. I’d love an Amazon review if you have the time when you’re finished! Thank you!

70 thoughts on “Free Kindle Book – The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown – 2 Day Promotion”

  1. Lina says:

    Hi!
    Shared it on Facebook. Hope it includes the international kindle as well.
    Thank you so much for the gift!

    1. Claire says:

      Yes, it should include all Amazon sites, Lina. Thanks!

  2. Katie says:

    Shared on FB 🙂

  3. Christine says:

    Just posted your kindle offervon FB! Thank you for your generosity. Can’t wait to read!

  4. Kim Stacey says:

    Thank you, dear friend! What a great way to start my day. I’m posting on Facebook, and tweeting the news!

    1. Claire says:

      Thank you, that’s wonderful.

  5. Karissa says:

    Shared it Claire! 🙂 Loved the first book, can’t wait to see what the second has in store!

    1. Claire says:

      I hope you enjoy the second as much, if not more.

  6. Kristin says:

    Just shared on FB – thanks so much for such a generous offer!

    1. Claire says:

      That’s ok, the more who know the true story the happier I will be!

  7. Michelle says:

    Shared on Facebook and emailed the link to my classmates and tutors.

  8. Marilyn says:

    Hi, I am sharing on Facebook! Thanks for the free ebook download too…

  9. Judith says:

    Hi Claire, thank you – a generous offer indeed! I’ve enjoyed seeing how The Anne Boleyn Files has grown and expanded. I hope you’ll be doing another calendar next year.

    I shared this offer via email to a friend has listened to me talk about all things Tudor for years. She has downloaded it, I hope she gets the bug!

  10. Jennifer Coleman says:

    Shared on Twitter and Facebook.

  11. Steffi says:

    Hey… it doesn’t say 0,00$ though but 3,55$ if P click on the link above… is this the one?

    1. Claire says:

      Hi Steffi,
      Where are you? It is free on the Amazon US and international sites but you need to go to the one for your country to get it free. Thanks!

  12. Dori says:

    It got it’s own special post on http://FreeKindleEbooks.com Best of luck!

    1. Claire says:

      Thank you so much, Dori, for spreading the word. Let me know if you want a cover image or you could save the one from this post. Thanks!

  13. Dori says:

    Oh, yeah….it will also be on our Free Kindle Ebooks Facebook and Twitter pages as well as our Goodreads group 🙂

    1. Claire says:

      You’re an angel! Thank you!

  14. Sarah says:

    Just HAD to share this with my facebook page. You are so kind and wonderful Claire xx

    1. Claire says:

      Thank you, Sarah, I so appreciate it.

  15. Jenn S. says:

    Shared on Facebook, and twitter!

  16. I have shared 2 times on my fb wall… love it and TY!!!

  17. Megan says:

    Hi, I shared it on FB and got it for myself! I can’t afford a new device but I’ll read it on my computer.

  18. Summer Settle says:

    Shared on Facebook! 🙂

  19. Colleen Turner says:

    Thanks so much, I downloaded onto my Kindle! I also shared on Facebook :).

  20. Megan B. says:

    I forwarded the email and sent out a tweet!!

  21. Sofía says:

    Shared on twitter!!
    (@sofizgz)

  22. April says:

    Shared on FB. 🙂

  23. Hi Claire,

    Hope you are well? What a great freebie…I’ll be sure to download it. 🙂

    All ‘LIKED’ and ‘SHARED’ for you on Facebook, and Tweeted! 🙂

    All the best,

    Darren

  24. Janet Kerr says:

    I shared this on Facebook!

    Jan

    janet_kerr(at)msn.com

  25. Brienna says:

    Shared on Facebook. Can’t wait to read it!

  26. Colleen McGraw says:

    Hi, Claire! I got a Kindle for Mother’s Day. The Fall of Anne Boleyn was the first book I bought for it. Also, I shared on Facebook and Pintrest.

  27. Bridgett says:

    I shared a link for you on FB. This is a great way to honor Anne. She has been in my thoughts the past couple of weeks. Thank you for sharing this with us. I will definitely leave a review on amazon when I read it.

  28. Jodi Goebel says:

    I just shared this on Facebook and downloaded the book to my Kindle. Thank you so much!!!! I will enjoy this!

  29. Eadie says:

    Just did it! Thank you for this opportunity. I appreciate it and am looking forward to reading it!

  30. Susan says:

    Thank you so much for this!!! It will be the first Kindle book I have read on my phone! It will probably make me want to buy it =))

  31. Jessica R. says:

    I posted it on Facebook for all my friends! Most of us are HUGE Tudor fans and read any Tudor book we can find!!

  32. Kristina says:

    You’re awesome and I would like to read your book. Thank you for this opportunity: By the way I don’t think you should be so influenced by the Tudors show in your approach sometimes; -I do think that Anne had SOMETHING for Henry VIII at some point when she got involved with him; she may have thought he was sexy or soothing or glorious or magnificent, or something… She may have thought he was a steppingstone , but I don’t think; or I had noticed in your work or thought I noticed it, not sure all of a sudden if it was you or not that said Anne didn’t love Henry at first but grew to like him and you stated that The Tudors show was a major thought point for this

    1. Claire says:

      I can’t remember being influenced by The Tudors show. I don’t think Anne loved Henry at first. She retreated to Hever to get away and he bombarded her with letters. I don’t think she thought he was hers to love and didn’t want to waste her time and energy on a man who she thought she could never have. I think it took a lot of persuasion on Henry’s part for her to see him in a different light. He was an incredible man and they were similar in their intellect and what they liked, so Anne did become attracted to him and I don’t feel that she was manipulating him or just using him. It was a passionate and volatile relationship based on love and mutual attraction, in my opinion anyway.

  33. Javaneh Fennell says:

    Thank you so so soooo much for the offer! I really love Tudor history and Anne in particular. I feel her story is so tragic because she was a pawn in Henry VIII’s game for a son. You are so passionate for accuracy and it makes me so pleased to read what you have to say! Thank you for helping me indulge my historical nerdiness!

  34. Kristina says:

    instead of soothing it was supposed to say the word something: I think I may have put one thought down before I put my first, WHOOPS

    Also:
    that said >you Claire Ridgway thought< Anne didn’t love Henry at first but grew to like him and you stated that The Tudors show was a major thought point for this

  35. NRTomasheski says:

    Thanks for this generous gift!!

    1. NRTomasheski says:

      Also, I’ve shared to Facebook.

  36. Lucy says:

    Wow, brilliant, thanks. Now all I have to do is steal the Kindle from my older daughter and I’ll be in heaven. Maybe I can even get her hooked too :>)

  37. Erin smith says:

    THANK you so much for the free gift. I have shared on my Facebook page 🙂

  38. Rebecca says:

    Shared on FB. Cannot wait to download. Thanks

  39. Mac says:

    I had borrowed it from the Kindle Owners Library, but now I’m happy to have my own copy. I shared the message with my other Tudor fan friends.

  40. Sharon says:

    I already have it on my knidle, but was happy to share on FB and Twitter!

  41. Eryn says:

    I did share it on FB! Thanks!

    1. Lori Thomas says:

      Thank you so much for the Freebie!!!

  42. Ransom says:

    Shared on Twitter!

  43. just downloaded thanks, look forward to reading it 🙂
    have just got a new twitter account so posted it there and on my fb account 🙂

  44. Stephanie says:

    I actually purchased the Kindle edition today (the 18th), but I guess that was before it was listed for free. Oh well! I’m really excited to read it.

  45. Rachel says:

    Thanks for this claire! I can not wait to get stuck in x

  46. Peyton says:

    Just got the book from Amazon. Thanks a bunch from a fellow Anne Boleyn and Tudor history lover!

  47. Liz zil says:

    Thanks so much Claire! This will be a great read while I’m stuck at work tomorrow! I shared it on Facebook…Liz Zil

  48. Deirdre O'Mahony says:

    Hi Claire!

    I’ve shared this link on both Twitter and Facebook for you – I hope it generates a lot of interest in this lovely book!

    I already have the book, and as soon as I’ve completed it, I’ll post a review on Goodreads. Once that happens, I’ll let you know.

    Thanks again!

    All the best,
    Deirdre

  49. Niki says:

    It’s on my FB page and blog!

  50. Kathryn says:

    I shared your link on FB and am looking forward to reading the book myself. Thanks for all you do!

  51. Downloaded, FB’d, and Tweeted! Looking forward to the read. 🙂

  52. Anyz says:

    So looking forward to reading the book, Claire! Shared it on Facebook & Twitter… 🙂

    I know I’ve never commented here, but I do read your blog entries every day and I love them. I’ve learned so much about the Boleyns! It’s kind of difficult to find people who are as much into the Tudor period as I am in my country (as well as specialized books) so I just have to resort to your site!

    Thanks for this v. generous gift. I truly appreciate it.

    Lots of love from a fan in Argentina… 🙂

  53. Sara says:

    I’m very excited to read your book on Anne Boleyn! I have been talking non stop about her. She is one of my favorite history queens and I love how you know and provide so much information about her. Thank you for sharing your book with us!!!

  54. Lisa Linthicum says:

    I just tweeted the link to your Kindle offer. Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge!

  55. Beth says:

    I shared your link on my Facebook; I think everyone who’s enjoyed The Other Boleyn Girl and Bring up the Bodies should be forced to consult your books alongside them! I already own Kindle copies of both and love this blog too.

  56. TinaII2None says:

    I not only posted my link on Facebook, but my Pinterest too — I kn ow a couple of Tudor buffs follow me thanks to some of my other postings. And I’ve shared my Kindle copy with my “baby” sister, whose love of Tudor Engalnd came from yours truly, her big sister *bg*

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