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Review of ‘Grant Me the Carving of My Name’, by Richard III Society

I’m delighted to say there is a super review of ‘Grant Me the Carving of My Name’ in the current Ricardian Bulletin on the Richard III Society. On p. 65, Wendy Ahl says ‘Overall an enjoyable read … engaging … … Continue reading

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Bosworth 2019

As ever, an unforgettable weekend at Bosworth medieval festival – albeit the weather wasn’t kind on the day before, with the heavens opening and the result being a quagmire on the battlefield arena. But the organizers and all their volunteers … Continue reading

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Excerpt from ‘The Fire of Winter’ by D. K. Marley

Today I’m very happy to be taking part in the blog tour for D. K. Marley‘s new novel, The Fire of Winter. I’ve been intrigued by D. K.’s books since first I came across Blood and Ink, her first novel which offers … Continue reading

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The King’s Furies – by Stephanie Churchill

Welcome to the latest stage on the blog tour for The King’s Furies, Book 3 in Stephanie Churchill‘s fabulous ‘Crowns of Destiny’  series. As a long-time fan of both historical fiction and fantasy (and sometime writer of both genres myself), Stephanie’s books … Continue reading

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2 #Giveaways! And news on #NewReleases in #HistoricalFiction!

Just a reminder that Joanie Toogood will be picking the winner of her #Giveaway over the weekend and announcing the name here and on the Blog Hop Facebook page -you still have time to enter by commenting below the blog … Continue reading

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“In lieu of #RichardIII”: interview with Matthew Wansford @whiteboarorder by @margaretskea1 #giveaway #HistoricalFiction

At last it’s young Matt’s turn on the ‘Interview My Character Blog Hop‘ today. And as ever he’s enthusing about his life in the service of his good master Duke Richard of Gloucester (later King Richard III of course) and … Continue reading

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The ‘pre-contract’ – Edward IV’s first marriage, to Eleanor Butler (nee Talbot) – the evidence

Over the weekend at the Tewkesbury Medieval Festival, it was lovely to meet readers old and new and potential, to catch up with Ricardian friends, and exchange views with interested members of the public. As usually happens at such events, … Continue reading

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