I hopped onto Yahoo today...It's not my usual search engine, but sometimes I like to use it to get a glance at the news before I go digging into whatever I'm looking for...and I was disheartened to see the familiar face of one of my favorite actors in another story about failed sobriety. I won't … Continue reading All Aboard the If-Only Train
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
Even though it will be twenty years ago tomorrow, I remember it almost as if it happened just yesterday. It was the summer before my 16th birthday. I had spent most of those hot, sultry days palling around with Nicole, my best friend, laying around the house...swimming in the pool...hanging out at church...or just generally … Continue reading Death of a Princess
So, I'm not terribly good at this blogging thing...For a writer, who happens to talk a lot, I don't usually feel like I have much to say! I'm going to try to get better at that. I've started something new recently - I'm going to be adding my book reviews on here. I'm a voracious … Continue reading What’s New?
Recently, I was over at my favorite geek-hangout, Nerdalicious, talking about my favorite episodes of the Moffat Era on Doctor Who. Stop over and check it out: http://nerdalicious.com.au/whovian-news/doctor-who-moffat-era-adriennes-top-five/
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
Today I am over at Queen Anne Boleyn talking about the sources traditionally used to paint Jane Boleyn as a vile, grasping villain. It's time we reconsider what those sources say about a woman who was just as much a victim as Anne and George Boleyn. To read more, follow the link below: http://queenanneboleyn.com/2017/05/15/black-legend-lady-rochford-adrienne-dillard-2/http://queenanneboleyn.com/2017/05/15/black-legend-lady-rochford-adrienne-dillard-2/
*SQUEE* This was my favorite article to write! I would love nothing more than to cast a movie based on my books. Who would you cast? Head on over to QueenAnneBoleyn.com to see my picks!
Today I am over at On the Tudor Trail talking about what it was like to walk in the footsteps of Jane Boleyn. Don't miss another chance for some great prizes!