Tudor Fun for Free

Since many of you will be spending extending periods of time in doors, I’ve decided to put together a group of videos you can watch, music you can listen to and free books you can read! I will be continually adding new things to this collection, so check back daily. I hope you enjoy what … [More]

What’s On The Shelf? (Part One)

Lets face it, we are addicted to history! Right? Nothing helps fill your Tudor library like a post with images of books. You might find yourself saying something like, “I need that book” or “I know my ‘to be read’ (TBR) pile is out of control, but I want this book”. This post is a … [More]

Love in the Past Lane: Writing Historical Romance (Guest Post)

Love in the Past Lane: Writing Historical Romance by Natalie Murray, author of Emmie and the Tudor King The contentious advice to β€˜write what you know’ is particularly unhelpful for historical romance authors. I write books set mostly in sixteenth-century England and, the last time I checked, I wasn’t 450 years old (although sometimes I … [More]