My Life in 2019


My husband's voice on the phone to Emory Hospital's ER, "Come & get my wife, she's dying." They responded within minutes and had me somewhat stable within hours. Meanwhile, we were told that the illness that had been misdiagnosed for most of 2018 was stage IV colon cancer that had

The Lost Dress of Elizabeth I


Rare surviving piece of dress once worn by Elizabeth I currently on display at Hampton Court Palace alongside world-famous Rainbow PortraitFollowing a three-year conservation project by Historic Royal Palaces, the spectacular Bacton Altar Cloth is on display at Elizabeth I’s former home this autumn, united for the first time with

Tudor Jewelry


Danegeld Historic Jewellery Please welcome Danegeld Historic Jewllery and the owner, George Easton to All Things Tudor. If this jewelry doesn't tempt you, I don't know... The mission of Danegold is to accurately research and reproduce period metalwork. According to the owner, "I always try to make my pieces as

On This Day


October 8, 2019 Forwarded from my personal Facebook wall & posted last night. One year ago tonight, our nightmare began & I was admitted to an ER-spending most of the month in hospitals. Along the way, I was told I had maybe 48 hours to live.Luckily, I've never backed down

Janet Wertman


By day, Janet Wertman is a freelance grantwriter for impactful nonprofits. By night, she indulges a passion for the Tudor era she has harbored since she was *cough* eight years old and her parents let her stay up late to watch The Six Wives of Henry VIII and Elizabeth R.  Janet Wertman is

About Me


Thank you for dropping by All Things Tudor today. I'm a USA Today bestselling author, historian and podcaster, Deb Hunter and I write as Hunter S. Jones. I'm also a historian for Past Preservers Casting. When not writing, talking or tweeting about kings, queens and rock stars, I live in

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