Anne Boleyn and the Charge of Witchcraft: A Guest Post by Claire Ridgway

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As I mentioned a couple of days ago, I’m delighted to welcome Claire Ridgway to my blog! Claire’s new nonfiction book, The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown is a concise day-by-day look at the events leading up to the …

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Guest Post by D. L. Bogdan

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I’m delighted to feature a guest post from D. L. Bogdan, author of Secrets of the Tudor Court and Rivals in the Tudor Court, her latest novel. I’ve eagerly read both novels. The first features Mary Howard, Duchess of Richmond, …

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The Daisy and the Bear: A Guest Post by Karen Clark

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I’m happy to welcome Karen Clark to the blog today to post about her book, The Daisy and the Bear, which is already gracing my own Kindle. In the words of Margaret of Anjou herself, “C’est une huée.”* *If Margaret …

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A Rogue’s Gallery: Guest Post by Nan Hawthorne

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A Rogue’s Gallery By Nan Hawthorne The Crusade of 1101 surely has a permanent place in the Crusades Hall of Infamy. The three bodies that set out from Constantinople, split up instead of combining forces because of petty resentments and …

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Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Medieval Queen by Christy English

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I’m delighted to be hosting a guest post today by Christy English, author of To Be Queen: A Novel of the Early Life of Eleanor of Aquitaine. Christy is one of the most charming authors around, and her enthusiasm for …

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Guest Post by Lila Rhodes: Going, in Armor, for the Gold

I’m pleased to be hosting a guest post by Lila Rhodes, with whom I’ve been chatting back and forth for some time about one of my favorite families, the Woodvilles (or Wydevilles, if you please). Without further ado, here’s Lila! …

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Guest Post by Jeri Westerson: Richard II

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I’m pleased today to feature a guest post by Jeri Westerson, author of The Demon’s Parchment. Without further ado, here’s Jeri! Richard II, like his great grandfather Edward II, came to his throne with great promise, and like his famous …

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Guest Blog: Richard Warren Field

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Richard Warren Field is the author of The Swords of Faith, a novel told from the points of view of Richard the Lionheart, and Saladin. Visit his website here and his blog here. Thanks for guest posting, Richard! Two new …

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Married to the Enemy: A Guest Post by Christy English

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I’m delighted to welcome Christy English, author of the newly released The Queen’s Pawn, a novel about Eleanor of Aquitaine and Alais, Princess of France. Take it away, Christy! Married to the Enemy: Medieval Marriage and Political Alliance In my …

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Guest Post from Roger Hudson: What Makes a Good Historical Mystery?

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I’m pleased to welcome a guest today: Roger Hudson, author of Death Comes by Amphora, set in ancient Athens. You can read more about Roger at his website. Thanks for joining us, Roger! WHAT MAKES A GOOD HISTORICAL MYSTERY? Or …

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