Happy New Year to all Anne Boleyn Files Visitors!

Posted By on January 1, 2015

happy_2015 I just wanted to wish you all a very Happy New Year! May 2015 bring you joy and many blessings.

I’m having a day off today but you may be interested in reading New Year’s articles from previous years:

I’ve got lots of projects planned for 2015 and I’ll be sharing those with you in due course – it’s going to be a very busy year. Thank you for your support in 2014 and I look forward to sharing more Tudor history with you this year.

7 thoughts on “Happy New Year to all Anne Boleyn Files Visitors!”

  1. Dawn 1st says:

    And a Very Happy New Year to you too, and to everyone who visits I hope this year brings all the best that life has to offer to all.

    Good luck with all the new projects, can’t wait to read about them.
    Enjoy your well deserved day off.

  2. Christine says:

    Happy New Year to Claire and her family and all the other users on this site to.

  3. Banditqueen says:

    Happy New Year. 2015 will mark three special historical anniversaries. 600 years since Agincourt, 800 since Magna Carta, 200 since Waterloo. I am sure there are more, but these are especially important events in the history of our nation. Charles Brandon and Mary Rose Tudor were also married 500 years ago in March.

    Anyway, Happy New Year and Feast of the Mother of God. Have a good rest and best health and good wishes for 2015.

  4. Daniela says:

    Happy new year to everyone who visits and enjoys this wonderful site. A very happy 2015 to you and all your family Claire. Looking forward to reading more of your informative and very interesting articles. XXx

  5. Esther says:

    A wonderful new year to Claire, her family … and all ABF visitors. Another note about 2015 — Richard III will be re-buried. 530 years after being killed at Bosworth Field.

  6. Mrsfiennes says:

    Happy New Year to Claire and everyone who enjoys this amazing site!!Looking forward to more great Tudor content and to speaking with all you lovely people.

  7. Diana Rubino says:

    A very happy, healthy and productive to you, Claire, and all the ABF staffers! You do a great job, and I’m really enjoying being a member, as a Tudorphile. Keep up the great work. Those lucky enough to win the ‘lottery’ will be attending Richard’s reburial in Leicester.

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