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The Fall of Anne Boleyn Timeline

Posted By on April 23, 2012

Just to let you know that I am doing my annual countdown of the fall of Anne Boleyn in Spring 1536 over at www.thefallofanneboleyn.com. As my forthcoming book, The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown, is obviously focused on Anne’s fall and the events leading up to it, I thought it was only fitting to have the countdown on the book’s website. Don’t miss out on today’s event!

On the homepage of the book website, you will find an interactive timeline which will change day-by-day as the events of 1536 happen and you will be able to read previous days’ events too. Do check out the extras section too.

I’m so excited because the book is coming very soon – I will announce it here as soon as it’s available on Amazon.

7 thoughts on “The Fall of Anne Boleyn Timeline”

  1. Maggyann says:

    I am excited for you Claire. It is really great.Ilove the cover for the book -it is nice to have it matching the collection they are going to look good on bookshelves.
    Keep on going and enjoy all the thrills of the experience you deserve it. Now what is the next one going to be……………….

  2. ebarrett454 says:

    I just read the Anne Boleyn Collection..Wonderful!! I cannot wait for your next book to come out. I love this website!!!

  3. WilesWales says:

    Your web site on the Fall of Anne Boleyn is nothing short of wondeful! I checked it our this morning. I love the videos as well. I haven’t seen them in some time, and I am so glad they are available now, too. Now I know what I will be doing this afternoon. I most wanted to look at the portraits once again, as I want to know about Eric Ives’ protraits on his books, “Anne Boleyn,” 1986, and the one on his updated and expanded, “The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn,” 2004 where it is agreed now that this portrait with the Lancastrian Rose is the true on of Anne. I have used the two covers in comparison with regard to the differences in hair color, bead on the headstress, and other thing when commenting on other articles which have to do with these.

    I can’t wait for you new book! I am most sure that it will contain every aspect of the title and more! Claire, you are a wonder! Thank you! WilesWales!

  4. WilesWales says:

    Thank you so very much, Claire as you always amaze me. The portrait on Ives’ book, “Anne Boleyn,” 1986 which I referred to in colllege which has the till background is that of a the portrait of and from, “The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn, p. 34, ane fits with you detailed analysis, “Fortunatley, the sequence also has the effect of corroborating a seventeenth-century mminature in the colllection of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensbury had this copied as ‘Anne Boleyn’ by John Hoskins (c.1590-1664/5, and it is endorsed ‘from the ancient orginal…How ‘ancient it is impossible to say…” and goes on to speculate that this potrait is attributed and through research since then to the now update and expanded version in “THe Life and Death of Anne Boleyn,” 2004, pg. 34, and confirms (as I said I would never doubt you again, but for a conclusion’s sake) “Portrait Medal — Chequers Ring — Hever/NPG pattern — Hoskins miniature: the chain is complete. We have the real Anne Boleyn.” Thus being on the cover with of “The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn,” what is now confirmed as you, Claire show is the portrait of Anne Boleyn with the Lancastrian Rose. Ives has certainly done more homework and research to the more expanded and well annotated work that is your bible and mine on Queen Anne Boleyn! Thank you so very much for havng me do this research as two more images into the portrait and so on, has made me learn a lot more, but brings a close to what I thought were different portraits on two of Ive
    s works, and his further research, and having them sit side by side on my table as I’ve answered in other articles is right as well! I wil defend Queen Anne until I am no longer around, and she also brought us Queen Elizabeth I, the greatest absolute monarch England ever had!!! Thank you! WilesWales!

  5. Melissa says:

    Holy **** Claire I love the graphic! That cover will make this a bestseller! Really looking forward to it!

  6. sally says:

    looking forward to reading this kindle book. is this an English website as when I originally went to purchase it was in dollars. My 7 year old daughter is going on a school trip to the tower of london soon and im going along as a parent helper, thanks for the info i can give these local children some insight.

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