The Anne Boleyn Collection Virtual Book Tour Day Three – From Queen to History

An early start today seeing as Australia, is quite a few hours ahead! I’ve gone from the rather chilly Novia Scotia to a balmy Adelaide, from mittens to bikini, or not! I know it’s a virtual book tour, but one has to get into the spirit of things!

Today, I’m visiting my good friend Sarah Bryson at her Anne Boleyn: From Queen to History blog with a guest post on a subject very close to my heart: Anne and George Boleyn. Sarah has informed me that she’s got some good Aussie wine and nibbles for me – yum!

You can read my article at Guest Article – Anne Boleyn and George Boleyn: Siblings and Friends and also enter the giveaway to win a signed copy of The Anne Boleyn Collection and an Anne Boleyn B or A Necklace. All you have to do to enter is either “like” Sarah’s Anne Boleyn: From Queen to History Facebook page or to leave a comment on my article over on her blog. Good luck!

Tomorrow, I’m off to Slovenia to visit Sylwia’s Queen Anne Boleyn Facebook page. I will be answering questions there and giving away another signed copy of my book (yes, my hand is aching!) and an Anne Boleyn scarf. See you there! Anyone know what the weather’s like in Slovenia at the moment?

You can check out my virtual book tour schedule at The Anne Boleyn Collection website.

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4 thoughts on “The Anne Boleyn Collection Virtual Book Tour Day Three – From Queen to History”
  1. Great reads, both Claire and Sarah! I’m a long time reader, first comment! I’m pleased that there is a fellow Adelaidean so interested in Anne and Tudor History! I’m studying to become a (psychology and biology and general
    Science) teacher with a hope to move into teaching European history/Australian history at some stage in the future! I just wish we could uncover more about these people as our information about their lives and relationships is so sparse, despite Tudor historians that say the Tudor period was well documented compared to earlier periods. We must know barely anything about medieval era monarchs.

    I wish Adelaide was balmy, Claire! Australia has just had the oddest summer I’ve ever known in my twenty something years, to the point where many people, myself included, are rather frightened. Sydney recently recorded their first period of days over 30 degrees Celcius. That is simply beyond imagination in Australia, where we generally suffer through long heat waves of well over 40 for many days. No major bush fires (great but they are needed to regenerate our trees) and flooding throughout the interior. And yet so many people in the world continue to deny global warming.

  2. Once again Claire you have done amazing work. I would so love to get an autographed copy of your book, tell me what I need to do and I’ll do it.

    1. Hi Kara,
      There are various giveaways going on this week on my virtual book tour so make sure you enter each of those giveaways, otherwise I’m getting some bookplates printed which I can then sign for people.

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