New Mary Boleyn book out now!

Posted By on March 19, 2015

Mary Boleyn in a Nutshell Congratulations to Sarah Bryson on the release of her first book Mary Boleyn in a Nutshell, a non-fiction book about the life of Mary Boleyn, sister of Queen Anne Boleyn.

Many of you will know Sarah from her Facebook page Anne Boleyn: From Queen to History and blog, http://www.queentohistory.com/, and the articles she’s written here on The Anne Boleyn Files on Mary, and so will want to join me in wishing Sarah “congratulations”.

Here is more information about Sarah’s book, which she has published with my husband’s publishing company…

“MadeGlobal’s History in a Nutshell Series aims to give readers a good grounding in a historical topic in a concise, easily digestible and accessible way.

In Mary Boleyn in a Nutshell, Sarah Bryson discusses the controversies surrounding Mary Boleyn’s birth, her alleged relationships with two kings, her portraiture and appearance, and her life and death. Mary survived the brutal events of 1536 and was able to make her own choices, defying the social rules of her times by marrying for love. It is from Mary that the Boleyn bloodline extends to the present day.

Sarah Bryson, creator of the popular “Anne Boleyn: From Queen to History” Facebook page, brings together what is known about Mary Boleyn, the shadowy sister of Queen Anne Boleyn.”

Kindle File Size: 7407 KB
Print Length: 82 pages
Publisher: MadeGlobal Publishing (Kindle: March 17, 2015, Paperback: March 18, 2015)
Language: English
ASIN (Kindle): B00UVBPAFS
ISBN-10: 8494372114
ISBN-13: 978-8494372117

As it’s new out, Amazon have not linked the paperback version and kindle version together on one page yet so here are the links:

It will also be available on the other Amazon international sites and will be rolling out to other book retailers in due course. It’s also available through Kindle Unlimited, Kindle Matchbook and the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library.

6 thoughts on “New Mary Boleyn book out now!”

  1. Peter Ramsey says:

    my 11th great grandmother through the West family. So proud of her independence.

    1. Barnettbuff says:

      Peter, I too, go back to Mary Boleyn through the West Family; but, I’m having some problems with “Martha Peggy Claiborne”, getting there. Would enjoy hearing from you concerning this Family Line. Larry in Kentucky

  2. Clare says:

    Good luck with the book, Sarah. x

  3. emma watts says:

    Thank you for ur generosity in sharing ur book about Mary Boleyn.

  4. Dawn 1st says:

    Congratulations Sarah. I’m sure it will be a great success for you. Hope to have it on my bookshelves soon.

  5. Sharon says:

    Congratulations, Sarah. Wishing you the best.

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