Guest Posts

Guest Post by Kathryn Warner: Edward II and the Despensers

I’m so pleased to welcome my friend Kathryn Warner for her new biography of Edward II. I’ve been looking forward to a book like this for years, and what better person than Kathryn to write it? Kathryn and I first met online a number of years ago, when I published my first novel, The Traitor’s …

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Hand of Fire Blog Tour: A Guest Post by Judith Starkston

I’m pleased to be a part of Judith Starkston’s blog tour for her first novel, Hand of Fire. While this isn’t a period I’m well versed in, this guest post made me eager to learn more about it, and I bet you’ll be interested as well! Over to Judith: The Trojan War: Myth or History? …

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Guest Post by Debra Bayani: The Supposed Daughters of an Earl

I’m pleased to be part of a blog tour for Debra Bayani, author of a new biography: Jasper Tudor: Godfather of the Tudor Dynasty! Jasper Tudor has always intrigued me, and I’m eager to learn more about him. Here’s Debra! Very often I receive messages and comments on my posts from people, mostly women, saying …

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George Boleyn Virtual Book Tour, Day 4: A Guest Post and a Giveaway!

I’m delighted to be part of the George Boleyn Virtual Blog Tour for Clare Cherry and Claire Ridgway’s new biography of George Boleyn, a figure whose accomplishments and talents are too often overlooked, as we learn here. I’m also delighted to be able to offer a giveaway of one copy of their book! To be …

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Guest Post by Elizabeth Loupas: Mithridates

I’m pleased to welcome a guest to my blog today: Elizabeth Loupas, whose new novel, The Red Lily Crown: A Novel of Medici Florence, was published this month. Elizabeth’s subject today is mithridates, about which I knew nothing until I read this fascinating post. Over to Elizabeth! One of the most mysterious and sought-after substances …

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The Myth of the Cousins’ War: A Guest Post by Leanda de Lisle

A hearty welcome to Leanda de Lisle! As I said in my last post, I thoroughly enjoyed her new book, Tudor: The Family Story. And now, here is Leanda:   The Wars of the Roses are so over. The power struggle between the red rose House of Lancaster and the white of York, has a …

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Guest Post by Sarah: The Martyrdoms of Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley

My, this blog has been quiet lately! I’ve been busy with the page proofs for The Woodvilles (due out in October in the UK and January in the US), but now that things are quieter I hope to be blogging more. Now that I’ve made my excuses, I’m pleased to be hosting a guest post …

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Guest Post on Alice de la Pole, Duchess of Suffolk

Stopping by to let you know that I have a guest post today about Alice de la Pole, Duchess of Suffolk, on Sarah’s History Blog. Alice was fascinating to research–I hadn’t realized that she was actually put to trial before Parliament–and I hope you’ll find the post interesting! You’ll find many other great posts on …

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The Half-Hanged Man: A Guest Post by David Pilling

I’d like to welcome a guest poster, David Pilling, to my blog! Although my recent research has centered on the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, my first two novels were set in the fourteenth century, so it’s great to see some more novels written during this period. Here’s David! Susan has very kindly given me a …

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