Welcome to Issue 2 of the innovative All Things Tudor magazine. Get you heads around this sumptuous read, featuring an excerpt from Louis Bayard‘s Walter Raleigh novel, features from the peerless Deb Hunter who illuminates Midsummer Magic, Tudor style. Scholarly Professor Emeritus, Dr Norman Jones shares an essay on Civil Divisions in the era, and Terence Hawkins gives his humorous and insightful review of Aubrey’s Brief Lives!You'll discover information on Lady Jane Grey, Henry VIII's music, a Tudor recipe, a review of Alison Weir's newest novel. There's even insight into the medieval astrology chart of Catherine Valois, whose relationship with Owen Tudor was the beginning of the Tudor Dynasty. You'll want to get this!
Anyone interested in Tudor History can now access it digitally via the All Things Tudor magazine, This is an innovative periodic journal that features historical and literary articles from experts and bestselling authors. The magazine will be available via Kindle to make it globally accessible to students, scholars, and all those who love Tudor history.
Dr. Maggie Ross has a magical career as a world-renowned folklorist, but her personal life is a mess. She begins to keep a diary of her dreams and becomes a writer trapped in her own story-propelled into a world where magic and reality mingle as a fairy tale. A world that mirrors her own life, haunted by the man she loves, yet pursued by a beautiful stranger – a man who’s loved her across time. As she struggles with friends and lovers both past and present, she wonders, is hers a Cinderella fairy tale, a nightmare, or fantasy?