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!
Today, my book tour finds me at the place where it all started, The Anne Boleyn Files. If not for Claire Ridgway and her wonderful site about this unfairly maligned queen, I might never written a word about Catherine Carey or Jane Boleyn! Claire is a master at finding the true facts hidden over time, so … Continue reading Day Two
Don't miss my first stop on the book tour. Today, I am on Janet Wertman's blog talking about Henry VIII's Queens and their relationships to the men in charge of their imprisonments, the Constables of the Tower of London. Click on the photo for more info!
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