Let's just go ahead and admit it - in general, the Tudor age has been done to death...Henry VIII, the second monarch of the period, even more so. It seems as if every nook and cranny of this man's life has been poked and prodded from every angle. What more could there possibly be to … Continue reading Book Review: Pustules, Pestilence and Pain
Today, I have a special treat for you! Author Danielle Marchant is here to celebrate the release of The Treacheries of Fortune, part 3 in her The Lady Rochford Saga. Marchant takes a much more sympathetic view of Jane Boleyn, Lady Rochford, and I've really enjoyed the previous titles in this series. You can expect … Continue reading Whatever Happened to Lady Jane?
You can find Discovering Diamonds review of The Raven's Widow here: https://discoveringdiamonds.blogspot.co.uk/2017/09/the-ravens-widow-by-adrienne-dillard.html
Of all the Tudor children, Margaret is the I am the least familiar with. Always relegated to the shadows of her domineering brother and beautiful, but tragic sister, this feisty lightening bolt of a woman never seems to be given much thought in books about the period. In this little gem of a biography, she … Continue reading Book Review: Margaret Tudor Queen of Scots
Mary Tudor is one of those historical figures who confounds me. While I don't believe she deserves the title of Bloody Mary, I thoroughly abhor her religious policies and the many burnings carried out in her name. I also admit to being slightly biased due to the fact that I'm...well...Lutheran. So yeah, I probably would … Continue reading Book Review: Queen of Martyrs
That's right...It's the last Sunday Reveal! Why the last one? Because in just a little over a week, you will be able to buy The Raven's Widow and read it all! Thank you all so much for going on this journey with me. I have enjoyed my time with Jane Boleyn and I hope you … Continue reading Final Sunday Reveal!
On this day in 1569, Catherine Carey breathed her last from the comfort of her sick bed at Hampton Court Palace. Having researched Catherine for such an extensive period of time, I knew this to be the case, but it wasn't something that occurred to me when I actually visited the palace this autumn. Because … Continue reading January 15, 1569
Today, I'm over at Queen to History talking to author, Sarah Bryson, about Catherine Carey. If you're interested in finding out more, pop on over to check it out! Interview