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Queen Anne Boleyn Historical Writers is honored to highlight the novels, biographies, non-fiction works and academic research of the authors, historians, scholars and professors who graciously shared their talents and knowledge with the members and browsers of the website. To review or purchase their books, click on the links under their pictures and short biographies. We encourage you to visit their websites and blogs and have provided links for ease in navigation to them.

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Simon Anderson

Simon Anderson

 

For as long as he can remember Simon Anderson has been fascinated by the medieval world, in particular the glorious triumphs and shattering reverses of the period in English history known as the Wars of the Roses. He has undertaken extensive research on the subject in both England and Wales visiting castles, battlefields, churches and tombs. Although not a member of any official re-enactment group, Simon has practiced archery using an English longbow, amassed a modest collection of reproduction weapons and armour and occasionally worn a complete outfit of 15th century clothes. He sees this as the best way get a true feel for the people of those times and give his writing extra authenticity.

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The Claimant 

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Judith Arnopp

Judith Arnopp

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Judith Arnopp is a prolific historical fiction writer from Wales, United Kingdom. Always passionate about history, after raising her children to adulthood, Judith graduated with a Master’s Degree in medieval history from the University of Wales, Lampeter, where she also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing. Judith’s writing is varied, focusing on Welsh, early English (Anglo-Saxon) and Tudor English history. For more information about Judith Arnopp, visit her website at http://www.juditharnopp.com.

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Gillian Bagwell

Gillian Bagwell

 

Gillian Bagwell is an historical fiction writer from Berkley, California well known for her life-long fascination of British history and her steadfast dedication to research. With exhaustive experience in the theater as an actress, director and producer, Gillian is highly respected and sought after for helping authors give effective public readings through workshops and private coaching. Gillian’s expertise in English history is freely shared in her highly engaging prolific blogging. For more information, visit Gillian’s website at Gillian Bagwell/Author.

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Venus in Winter: A Novel of Bess of Hardwick
The Darling Strumpet
The September Queen

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Anne Clinard Barnhill

Anne Clinard Barnhill

 

Anne Clinard Barnhill is writer from Supply, North Carolina who has published articles, book and theater reviews, poetry, and short stories for over 20 years. Anne holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Besides writing, Anne also enjoys teaching, conducting writing workshops, and facilitating seminars to enhance creativity. For more information, visit Anne’s website at http://anneclinardbarnhill.com.

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 At Home in the Land of Oz: My Sister, Autism and Me

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Queen Elizabeth’s Daughter
At the Mercy of the Queen
Coal, Baby

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Nancy Bilyeau

Nancy Bilyeau

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Nancy Bilyeau, who lives in New York City, is the executive editor of DuJour magazine. A prolific award nominated and short list placing screen play writer, Nancy also previously worked on the staffs of InStyleRolling StoneEntertainment Weekly, and Ladies Home Journal.  A lover of medieval English history, Nancy’s debut novel, The Crown released in 2012 and her follow-up novel, The Chalice in 2013. Her novels combine historical fiction and thrillers, detailing the exploits of Joanna Stafford, a prelate nun living during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Queen Anne Boleyn Historical Writers appreciates Nancy’s support of the website from it’s early inception, and we are proud that she is our first contributing published author. For more information, visit Nancy’s website at http://www.nancybilyeau.com/index.php.

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The Crown

The Chalice

The Tapestry

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Susan Bordo

Susan Bordo

 

Susan Bordo, Ph.D is a professor teaching Humanities and Gender Studies at the University of Kentucky. Susan’s Pulitzer Prize nominated research contributes to a body of feminist, cultural and gender studies, linking modern consumer culture directly to the formation of gendered bodies. Although much of Susan’s published works focus on her research and frank critiques of modern culture in relation to subject, gender and body formations, Susan published her second detailed research of historical cultural and gender studies in The Creation of Anne Boleyn, A Look at England’s Most Notorious Queen in 2013.  Susan’s fascination with Queen Anne Boleyn and how history in created resulted in a thought-provoking look at how our understanding of Anne Boleyn was ultimately shaped.  For more information, visit Susan’s website at http://www.thecreationofanneboleyn.com/index.html.

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The Creation of Anne Boleyn: A New Look at England’s Most Notorious Queen (United States)
The Creation of Anne Boleyn: In Search of the Tudors’ Most Notorious Queen (United Kingdom)
Unbearable Weight: Feminism, Western Culture, and the Body, Tenth Anniversary Edition
The Male Body: A New Look at Men in Public and in Private
Twilight Zones: The Hidden Life of Cultural Images from Plato to O.J.
The Flight to Objectivity: Essays on Cartesianism and Culture

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Debbie Brown

Debbie Brown

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Debbie Brown is an historical fiction writer with varied multi-faceted interests, including homepathy, art, gardening and interior design. With an intense interest in reading period literature, wrote her first novel The Companion of Lady Holmeshire and began blogging at  English Epochs 101. Eventually, Debbie founded the very popular multi-author blog English Historical Fiction Authorsinviting historical fiction writers she met via the social media with the goal of publishing an English historical blog post daily. This multi-author blog became a resounding success, leading to the publication of an outstanding anthology Castles, Customs, and Kings: True Tales of English Historical Fiction AuthorsEnglish Historical Fiction Authors continues to post fascinating blogs and is an outstanding forum for writers and browsers with common interests to come together. For more information about Debbie Brown, visit her website at http://authordebrabrown.blogspot.com/p/about-me.html

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The Companion of Lady Holmeshire

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NON-FICTION MULTI-AUTHOR ANTHOLOGY.

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Ella March Chase

Ella March Chase

 

Ella March Chase is an historical fiction writer from East Moline, Illinois. Ella traveled to England where she fell under the spell of the Tower of London—the infamous Traitor’s Gate, the chapel where beheaded queens lay buried, the story of the two princes allegedly murdered by Richard III.  Ella began unearthing the obscure historical details that make larger than life figures painfully human.  From that fascination, the concepts for The Queen’s Dwarf, The Virgin Queen’s Daughter, and Three Maids for a Crown emerged. For more information about Ella March Chase, visit her website at http://www.ellamarchchase.com.

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The Virgin Queen’s Daughter
Three Maids for a Crown: A Novel of the Grey Sisters
The Queen’s Dwarf

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Clare Cherry

Clare Cherry

 

Clare lives in Hampshire with her partner David. She works as a solicitor in Dorset, but has a passion for Tudor history and began researching the life of George Boleyn in 2006. She started corresponding with Claire Ridgway in late 2009, after meeting through The Anne Boleyn Files website, and the two Tudor enthusiasts became firm friends. Clare divides her time between the legal profession and researching Tudor history. Clare has written guest articles on George Boleyn for The Anne Boleyn Files, Nerdalicious.com.au, and author Susan Bordo’s The Creation of Anne Boleyn website.

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  George Boleyn: Tudor Poet, Courtier & Diplomat  Co-Authored by Claire Ridgway

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Jessie Childs

Jessie Childs

 

Historian Jessie Childs hails from London, England. While a student at West Heath, Stowe School and Brasenose College, Oxford, Jessie read history and took a first in 1999. Jessie’s debut biography, Henry VIII’s Last Victim, the Life and Times of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey was a resounding success, winning the Elizabeth Longford Prize for Historical Biography in 2007.  Jessie is well known for her public speaking, and has written and reviewed for many publications, including The Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, Literary Review, History Today, BBC History Magazine and Standpoint. She resides in London, England with her husband and two daughters. For more information about Jessie Childs, visit her website at http://jessiechilds.co.uk/.

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Henry VIII’s Last Victim: The Life and Times of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey
God’s Traitors: Terror and Faith in Elizabethan England

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John Cooper, Ph.D

John Cooper

 

John Cooper, Ph.D is a Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History at the University of York. John’s research focuses on on the political, religious and cultural history of sixteenth-century England. John is very respected for his in depth research and publications of Tudor Era history and his mentoring of doctoral history scholars. John’s current research is focusing on a comprehensive history of the Palace of Westminster. If John looks familiar, so he should. He is one of Great Britain’s beloved “telly documentary stars”. In his next television documentary project, we will learn of Mary, Queen of Scots and the Babington Plot. For more information on John’s highly regarded academic research and teaching, go to the University of York’s website at http://www.york.ac.uk/history/staff/profiles/cooper/.

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 The Queen’s Agent: Francis Walsingham at the Court of Elizabeth I
Propaganda and the Tudor State

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Kristi Dean

Kristi Dean

 

Kristi Dean holds a Master’s Degree in History and now enjoys teaching the subject, following a successful career in public relations. She has been published on several online magazines and local newspapers and presented a paper at the International Congress on Medieval Studies. She lives in Tennessee, USA. To learn more about Kristi, visit her website at  Kristie Dean.

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The World of Richard III

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Adrienne Dillard

Adrienne Dillard

 

Adrienne Dillard, author of Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey, is a graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with emphasis in History from Montana State University-Northern. Adrienne has been an eager student of history for most of her life and has completed in-depth research on the American Revolutionary War time period in American History and the history and sinking of the Titanic. Her senior university capstone paper was on the discrepancies in passenger lists on the ill-fated liner and Adrienne was able to work with Philip Hind of Encyclopedia Titanica for much of her research on that subject. Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey is her first published novel.

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Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey 

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Leanda de Lisle

Leanda de Lisle

 

Leanda de Lisle is a renowned journalist and historian who writes articles and book reviews for BBC History Magazine, History Today, the Literary Review, the New Criterion and the Spectator, as well as several national newspapers in the United Kingdom.  Leanda’s first non-fiction book made a huge impression, a runner-up for the Saltire Society’s First Book of the Year award. Leanda’s latest book, Tudor; The Family Story (1437-1603),  is currently a top ten best seller in the United Kingdom and released in the United States, re-titled for an America audiences, in September 2013.  Fittingly, Leanda lives near Bosworth Battlefield, Bosworth, England. For more information, visit Leanda’s website at http://www.leandadelisle.com.

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Tudor: Passion, Manipulation, Murder, the Story of England’s Most Notorious Family (Tudor, A Family Story in the UK)
The Sisters Who Would Be Queen: The Tragedy of Mary, Katherine and Lady Jane Grey
 After Elizabeth: How James King of Scots Won the Crown of England in 1603

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Wendy J. Dunn

Wendy J. Dunn

 

Wendy J. Dunn is an Australian writer who has been obsessed by Anne Boleyn and Tudor History since she was ten-years-old. She is the author of two Tudor novels: Dear Heart, How Like You This?, the winner of the 2003 Glyph Fiction Award and 2004 runner up in the Eric Hoffer Award for Commercial Fiction, and The Light in the Labyrinth, her first young adult novel.

While she continues to have a very close and spooky relationship with Sir Thomas Wyatt, the elder (Tom told the story of Anne Boleyn in Dear Heart, How Like You This?), serendipity of life now leaves her no longer wondering if she has been channeling Anne Boleyn and Sir Tom for years in her writing, but considering the possibility of ancestral memory. Her own family tree reveals the intriguing fact that her ancestors – possibly over three generations – had purchased land from both the Boleyn and Wyatt families to build up their own holdings. It seems very likely Wendy’s ancestors knew the Wyatts and Boleyns personally.

Born in Melbourne, Australia, Wendy is married and the mother of three sons and one daughter—named after a certain Tudor queen, surprisingly, not Anne.

After successfully completing her MA (Writing) at Swinburne University Wendy became a tutor for the same course. She gained her PhD (Human Society) in 2014. For more information, visit Wendy’s website at Wendy J. Dunn.

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Dear Heart, How Like You This? 

The Light in the Labyrinth

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Grace Elliot

Grace Elliot

 

Grace Elliot, who lives near London, England is multi-talented. She is a licensed veterinarian and a highly accomplished historical fiction writer.  As she highlights in her “Good Reads” profile, Grace believes that intelligent people need to read romance as an antidote to the modern world.  Grace shares her home with five cats, two teenage sons, her husband and a bearded dragon. For more information about Grace Elliot, visit her beautiful blog at http://graceelliot-author.blogspot.com/.

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Christy English

Christy English

 

Christy English, from Wilmington, North Carolina, is a long tenured Shakespearean actress and fiction novelist. Christy’s writing focuses in the genres of historical fiction and historical romance. Christy’s love of Shakespearean theater heavily influenced her writing of How to Tame a Willful Wife, a re-telling of The Taming of the Shrew.  Christy extensively researched her favorite medieval Queen consort, Eleanor of Aquitaine. The results of her research create the historical detail and tone of To Be A Queen and The Queen’s Pawn.  For more information, see Christy’s website at http://www.christyenglish.com.

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Love on a Midsummer Night
How to Tame a Willful Wife
To Be Queen
The Queen’s Pawn

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Catherine Fletcher

Catherine Fletcher

 

Catherine Fletcher, Ph.D is a historian specializing in the history of the Renaissance and early modern Europe. She is a Lecturer in Public History at the University of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom. Professor Fletcher is an expert in Renaissance and early modern diplomacy, particularly European “permanent resident” papal diplomacy in Rome, Italy during the 15th and 16th centuries. From her extensive research, Professor Fletcher completed a microhistorical study of Gregorio Casali, an Italian nobleman in the diplomatic service of Henry VIII of England, culminating in her premier historical biography, Our Man in Rome, Henry VIII and His Italian Ambassador. Beyond Professor Fletcher’s research specific to 15th and 16th century diplomacy, she is extensively researching the Public Histories of the Renaissance. She is currently composing a comprehensive biography of Alessandro de’ Medici to be published by Bodley Head. To learn more about historian Catherine Fletcher, Ph.D, visit her website at Catherine Fletcher.

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Our Man in Rome, Henry VIII and His Italian Ambassador 

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Susan Higginbotham

Susan Higginbotham

 

Susan Higginbotham, J.D. began her professional career after receiving her law degree as an “adult learner”. After several years as a private practice attorney, Susan first began writing biographical historical fiction after reading an online version of Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II. Susan “caught the bug”, first writing The Traitor’s Wife, and then authoring four additional historical fiction novels. Naturally gifted in research, Susan is well known for her blogs educating internet browsers on a variety of topics related to medieval history. Susan’s historical research ultimately culminated in the release of her first non-fiction book The Woodvilles: The War of the Roses and England’s Most Notorious Family. For more information, visit Susan’s website at http://www.susanhigginbotham.com/index.html.

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The Woodvilles: The Wars of the Roses and England’s Most Notorious Family

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The Traitor’s Wife
Hugh and Bess
The Stolen Crown
The Queen of Last Hopes
Her Highness, The Traitor

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Barbara Kyle

Barbara Kyle

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Barbara Kyle is a highly accomplished and popular Canadian historical fiction writer. Also an accomplished actor, Barbara studied classical theater at the National Theater School of Canada and starred in a variety of made- for-TV movies, TV series, TV sit-coms, and soap operas. After twenty years if the performing arts, Barbara began writing fiction and to date authored ten popular works, most set in Tudor Era England and Scotland, selling over 425,000 books and counting.  For more information about the multi-talented Barbara Kyle, visit her website at http://www.barbarakyle.com/.

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Blood Between Queens
The Queen’s Gamble
The Queen’s Captive
The Queen’s Lady
The King’s Daughter
A Dangerous Devotion
A Dangerous Temptation
Entrapped
The Experiment
The Queen’s Exiles (Thornleigh Saga)

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Amy Licence

Amy Licence

 

Amy Licence is an English historian of medieval women, powerful and common, Queens consorts and monarchs, rich and poor — particularly women living in the late 15th and 16th centuries. Topics of special interest include gender relations, Queenship and identity, rites of passage, pilgrimage, female orthodoxy and rebellion, superstition, magic, fertility and childbirth. Besides Amy’s non-fiction historical books, she also is a prolific journalist, regularly contributing the New Statesman and The Huffington Post. For more information on Amy’s varied interests, check out her pinboard on Pininterest at http://www.pinterest.com/amylicence/.

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In Bed With The Tudors
Anne Neville, Richard III’s Tragic Queen
Elizabeth of York, The Forgotten Tudor Queen
Royal Babies 

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Lauren Mackay

Lauren Mackay

 

Lauren Mackay is an historian from Sydney, Australia who holds a Masters degree in History from the University of New England and is currently researching her Ph.D on Thomas and George Boleyn in the English Reformation at the University of Newcastle in Australia.  Lauren has an intense interest focuses on lesser known historical figures, as well as the beliefs, customs and diplomacy of the 16th century. Lauren has given several oral presentations focusing on her expertise and interests in both England and Australia. For more information about  Lauren Mackay, visit  her website at http://lauren-mackay.com/.

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Inside the Tudor Court: Henry VIII and His Six Wives Through the Writings of the Spanish Ambassador Eustace Chapuys

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Stephanie A. Mann

Stephanie A. Mann

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Stephanie A. Mann is a religious scholar who holds a BA and MA in English Language and Literature from Wichita State University. She is an accomplished instructor, teaching English and History at Wichita State University and Newman University. Beyond this, Stephanie taught RCIA Ministry and Spirituality Core courses and the Spiritual Life Center in the Religious Studies Program, and various topics in the RICA program at her home parish, Blessed Sacrament. Stephanie blogs extensively about the Roman Catholic experience during the English Reformation, and she her expertise is exceptionally noteworthy. For more information about Stephanie A. Mann, visit her outstanding blog at http://supremacyandsurvival.blogspot.com/.

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Supremacy and Survival (How Catholics Endured the English Reformation)

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Steven A. McKay

Steven A. McKay

 

Steven A. McKay is an independently published historical fiction writer and musician from Old Kilpatrick, Scotland. Steven’s debut novel, Wolf’s Head (The Forest Lord) is finding an appreciative audience, and there are many well deserved amazon reviews. Queen Anne Boleyn Historical Writers published a richly deserved positive review of Wolf’s Head, and we look forward to the release of Steven’s work in progress.  Steven’s vivid adult themed retelling of the legend of Robin Hood is well worth the read. For more information, visit Steven’s website at http://stevenamckay.wordpress.com.

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Wolf’s Head (The Forest Lord)
The Wolf and the Raven (The Forest Lord)

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Sarah Morris

Sarah Morris, M.D.

 

Sarah Morris, M.D. was raised in Yorkshire Dales, England. Sarah became an historical fiction writer after two successful careers, first as a physician and then as a leadership coach for business executives. Sarah has exceptionally varied interests, all which she pursues with great energy and passion. Beyond her leadership development career, Sarah is a prolific historical fiction writer and historical re-enactor. Sarah’s debut novel, Le temps Viendra: A Novel of Anne Boleyn, is exceptionally popular with website members and browsers, most of whom also follow Sarah’s re-enactment activities and costuming on twitter and facebook.  For more information, visit Sarah’s website at http://www.anneboleynbook.co.uk.

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‘In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn’ with Natalie Grueninger

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Le Temps Viendra: A Novel of Anne Boleyn

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Elizabeth Norton

Elizabeth Norton

 

Elizabeth Norton is a British historian that researches and writes primarily of the women contributing to English medieval history. With a MA degrees in Archaeology and Anthropology from the University of Cambridge and a MA degree in European Archaeology from Oxford, Elizabeth certainly is multi-talented and highly gifted. Currently, Elizabeth is working on her doctoral research at King’s College, London where she is researching the Blount family of Shropshire. Recently, Elizabeth researched and released a non-fiction book focusing on the remarkable life of Elfrida, England’s first crowned queen, further broadening her expertise of England’s most remarkable female historical figures. For more information, visit Elizabeth’s website at http://www.elizabethnorton.co.uk.

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Elfrida, The First Crowned Queen of England
Margaret Beaufort, Mother of the Tudor Dynasty
Anne Boleyn: Henry VIII’s Obsession
Anne of Cleves: Henry VIII’s Discarded Bride
Jane Seymour: Henry VIII’s True Love
She Wolves: The Notorious Queens of Medieval England
Catherine Parr: Wife, Widow, Mother, Survivor, The Story of the Last Queen of Henry VIII
England’s Queens
Bessie Blount: The Story of Henry VIII’s Longtime Mistress
Anne Boleyn: In Her Own Words & the Words of Those Who Knew Her
Anne Boleyn Guide
The Boleyn Women

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Kate Quinn

Kate Quinn

 

Kate Quinn, a Californian with a master’s degree in Classical voice from Boston University, is a woman of multiple talents. A highly gifted singer, Kate’s life long love of history has translated into a prolific historical fiction writing career, with five strongly reviewed novels to date. If you love ancient Rome and tales of the Borgias, Kate’s works are well worth the read. For more information on Kate Quinn, visit her website at http://www.katequinnauthor.com/index.htm.

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The Lion and the Rose
The Serpent and the Pearl
Empress of the Seven Hills/Empress of Rome
Daughters of Rome
Mistress of Rome

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Claire Ridgway

Claire Ridgway

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Claire Ridgway is a highly respected author of Tudor Era history books, most focusing on the life of Queen Anne Boleyn. Creator of the exceptionally popular history website The Anne Boleyn Files, Claire is a full-time history researcher, blogger and writer. The Anne Boleyn Files is highly respected for it’s outstanding presentation, ease of navigation, and historical accuracy. Claire’s ultimate mission is to get to the truth behind Anne Boleyn’s story specifically and related Tudor history in general. For more information about Claire, her projects and her research, visit The Anne Boleyn Files at http://www.theanneboleynfiles.com/ or visit her very popular facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/theanneboleynfiles.

                                                                                                          

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The Anne Boleyn Collection II: Anne Boleyn and the Boleyn Family
The Anne Boleyn Collection: The Real Truth About the Tudors
The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown
On This Day in Tudor History
Interviews with Indie Authors: Top Tips from Successful Self-Published Authors
  George Boleyn: Tudor Poet, Courtier & Diplomat  Co-Authored by Clare Cherry

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Sandra Vasoli

Sandra Vasoli

 

Sandra Vasoli is an historical fiction writer from Gwynedd Valley, Pennsylvania, USA. A graduate with a dual degree in English and Biology from Villanova University, Sandy enjoyed a long term career of leadership and organization development before turning her attention to her passions of writing and Tudor Era history.  Sandy has written all her life: essays, stories, and articles, but Je Anne Boleyn: Struck with the Dart of Love is her first work of published fiction. Sandy’s  career, working for several of the largest companies in the world, allowed her the study of people, especially those in leadership positions.  Thus, she is keenly interested in the bold and insightful qualities possessed by Anne Boleyn. For more information about Sandra Vasoli, visit her website at http://sandravasoli.com/.

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Je Anne Boleyn, Struck with the Dart of Love (Volume I)

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Alison Weir

Alison Weir

 

Alison Weir is the United Kingdom’s most popular and best selling female historian. Alison’s first published work, Britain’s Royal Families, introduced the world to the now recognized genre of  “popular history”, and her sales tell the story. Readers purchased more than 2.3 million books, over 1,000,000 in the United Kingdom, and more than 1,300,000 books in the United States. Rich in detailed research, Alison’s engaging prose captured the interest and imaginations of countless people, instilling a love of history that influenced the career paths of historical fiction writers, historians and teachers, while also greatly increasing knowledge of medieval English history among people throughout the world. For more information on Alison Weir, visit her website at http://alisonweir.org.uk/index.asp.

 

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Elizabeth of York: The First Tudor Queen/Elizabeth of York
A Tudor Queen and Her World (2013)
Mary Boleyn: ‘The Great and Infamous Whore’/Mary Boleyn
The Mistress of Kings (2011)
The Ring and the Crown: A History of Royal Weddings, 1066-2011
(co-written with Kate Williams, Sarah Gristwood and Tracy Borman) (2011)
Traitors of the Tower (2010)
The Lady in the Tower: The Fall of Anne Boleyn (2009)
The Life of Katherine Swynford, Duchess of Lancaster (2007)
Isabella, She-Wolf of France, Queen of England/Queen Isabella (2005)
Mary, Queen of Scots and the Murder of Lord Darnley (2003)
Henry VIII: The King and His Court (2001)
Eleanor of Aquitaine, By the Wrath of God, Queen of England/Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Life (1999) -Kindle edition
Elizabeth the Queen/The Life of Elizabeth I (1998)
Children of England: The Heirs of King Henry VIII/The Children of Henry VIII (1996)
Lancaster and York: The Wars of the Roses/(U.S.) The Wars of the Roses (1995)
The Princes in the Tower (1992)
The Six Wives of Henry VIII (1991)
Britain’s Royal Families (1989)

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A Dangerous Inheritance (2012)
The Captive Queen/Captive Queen (2010)
The Lady Elizabeth (2008)
Innocent Traitor (2006)

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