From the Blog
Historian Gareth Russell is on blog book tour this week and the next stop on his tour is at the Supremacy and Survival website:
Don’t forget that at EVERY stop on the tour you have a chance to win a copy of Gareth’s amazing book “A History of the English Monarchy”. So make sure you join Gareth each day!
Hot on the heals of the cover reveal for our forthcoming “Tudor Places of Great Britain” book (see here) we are happy to announce yet another cover reveal. This time it’s for some stunning historical detective work by Sandra Vasoli. She’s been painstakingly researching a mysterious letter from Anne Boleyn which many in the past have discounted.
So, without further ado, here is the cover reveal for “Anne Boleyn’s Letter from the Tower” by Sandra Vasoli. Due for publication before October.
To all our Tudor fans … we’ve just completed the cover design of a forthcoming book compiled by Claire Ridgway (who runs TheAnneBoleynFiles).
The book is entitled “Tudor Places of Great Britain” and is a guide book with regions of Great Britain covered in details, with stunning images and details about the places in our glorious country which the Tudors used or built.
The book is due for publication before October 2015, and we’ve agreed that a digital copy of the book will be given to ALL members of the Tudor Society who are active members on the 1st October 2015.
Hunter S. Jones (real name Deb Hunter), the author of Phoenix Rising, will be in Barnes & Noble, Hamilton Place, Chatanooga, tomorrow afternoon for a book signing event. Everyone is welcome and Hunter will be thrilled to meet you.
There’s a great article about Hunter and why she wrote this book about Anne Boleyn’s execution here:
It seems that MadeGlobal publishing has taken over the world of non-fiction historical books and we’re thrilled for our amazing authors. Today, when we came to look at a number of best seller lists on Amazon.com we discovered that many of our books are top-ten ranked.
Well done to all the authors in the MadeGlobal family, and thank you so much to everyone who has bought one of the books or contributed in any way. Here are some screenshots we just took, highlighting our books!!!
Are you a part-time or freelance worker? MadeGlobal may be looking for your skills … we’ve recently put together a list of the production flow for our books plus the auxiliary support work which goes along with it all. Take a look through the list and if you could see your name fulfilling any of the roles – send us an email telling us who you are and what you do. We’re waiting to have you join the MadeGlobal Family.
We’re looking to fill the roles in RED.
So, if you’re interested, so are we! Get in touch…
Hello fiction history readers!
Get your fix of amazing historical fiction for just 99p (UK) or 99c (US) for Today and Tomorrow only. That’s 16th July and 17th July ONLY! These are the books you can get for this CRAZY price:
- Cor Rotto: A Novel of Catherine Carey by Adrienne Dillard – Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk
- Phoenix Rising: A Novel of Anne Boleyn by Hunter S. Jones – Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk
- The Claimant: A Novel of the Wars of the Roses by Simon Anderson – Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk
- Truth of the Line by Melanie V. Taylor – Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk
- The Merry Wives of Henry VIII: A Tudor Spoof Collection by Ann Nonny – Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk
That’s five novels for under $5/£5 so perfect to download on your kindle/tablet/phone/PC for summer reading – enjoy!
We’re happy to announce that our author Beth von Staats is on virtual book tour this week, with stops at all the best historical websites. We’ll be giving away a copy of her book “Thomas Cranmer” at every stop on the tour, so make sure you follow along.
Today’s stop is at Queen to History – http://queentohistory.com/?p=988. Beth discusses Thomas Cranmer’s relationship with the Boleyn Family