During the spring of 1536 in Tudor England, events conspire to bring down Anne Boleyn, the Queen of England. The coup against the Queen results in the brutal executions of six innocent people - Anne... More > Boleyn herself, her brother, and four courtiers - and the rise of a new Queen.
Drawing on sixteenth century letters, eye witness accounts and chronicles, Claire Ridgway leads the reader through the sequence of chilling events one day at a time, telling the true story of Anne Boleyn's fall. The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown is presented in a diary format, allowing readers to dip in, look up a particular date, or read from start to finish. Special features include mini biographies of those involved, a timeline of events and full referencing.
Why was Anne Boleyn executed?
Who was responsible for Anne Boleyn's fall?
Was Anne Boleyn framed?
Bestselling author Claire Ridgway, creator of The Anne Boleyn Files website, continues her mission to share the real truth about Anne Boleyn< Less
On This Day in Tudor History gives a day-by-day look at events from the Tudor era, from 1st January to 31st December, including births, deaths, baptisms, marriages, battles, arrests, executions and... More > more.
This must-have book for Tudor history lovers is perfect for:
Dipping into daily over your morning coffee
Using in the classroom
Trivia nights and quizzes
Finding out what happened on your birthday or special day
Wowing friends and family with your Tudor history knowledge
Researching the Tudor period
Written by best-selling Tudor history author Claire Ridgway, On This Day in Tudor History contains a wealth of information about your favourite Tudor monarchs, their subjects and the times they lived in.
Did you know: on 17th January 1569 Agnes Bowker gave birth to a cat?
An 'on this day in history' book presented in an easy-to-use diary format.< Less
Learn how to succeed in indie publishing.
With interviews from 34 of the hottest names in self-publishing, "Interviews with Indie Authors" contains a unique view into the world of the indie... More > writer. Each author shares how they ensure their books are a hit, and what led them to indie publishing in the first place. You will also find out what they think the future of indie publishing will bring. Their first hand experience is invaluable for anyone planning to succeed with their own books.
Whatever your background, you will learn from these incredible interviews.
With diverse genres such as thrillers, young adult fiction, the paranormal, romance, comedy, fantasy, horror, science fiction, mystery and even non-fiction, whatever you are writing about, this book has it covered.
Contains interviews with indie authors such as: Aaron Patterson, Claire Ridgway, Marie Force, Barbara Freethy, Rebecca Forster, Caryn Moya Block, Denise Grover Swank, CJ Lyons, Bella Andre, Russell Blake, J. Thorn & Tracey Garvis Graves< Less
George Boleyn has gone down in history as being the brother of the ill-fated Queen Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII, and for being executed for treason, after being found guilty of incest and... More > of conspiring to kill the King.
This biography allows George to step out of the shadows and brings him to life as a court poet, royal favourite, keen sportsman, talented diplomat and loyal brother. Clare Cherry and Claire Ridgway chart his life from his spectacular rise in the 1520s to his dramatic fall and tragic end in 1536.
George Boleyn: Tudor Poet, Courtier and Diplomat is divided into three sections – Beginnings, Career and Influence, and End of an Era – and topics include:
George Boleyn’s poetry
Personal attributes and social pursuits
George’s marriage to Jane Parker
The Reformation Parliament and the League of Schmalkalden
George the Diplomat
The fall of the Boleyns, arrests and trials
The aftermath of their fall< Less