Good morning! I wanted to start out by mentioning that Leanda de Lisle’s excellent nonfiction book, Tudor: Passion. Manipulation. Murder. The Story of England’s Most Notorious Royal Family is now on sale, both here in the United States and in the UK (under the title Tudor: The Family Story). I was fortunate enough to read it a couple of weeks ago, and I found it to be excellent. It was particularly nice to see attention paid to the often-neglected early Tudors: Owen, his sons, and his grandson Henry VII.
I also wanted to mention (naturally) that my first nonfiction book, The Woodvilles, published by The History Press, is now available on Kindle (and in other electronic formats as well). The hardback book will be published in the UK shortly (January in the US). In honor of the occasion, I’ll be doing some guest blog posts this month. My first stop is at the Lady Jane Grey Reference Guide, where I have a post about Thomas Grey, Marquis of Dorset, Elizabeth Woodville’s eldest son by her first marriage. On Thursday, I’ll be stopping by Queen Anne Boleyn Historical Writers with a post about Anthony Woodville. Hope to see you there!