Tag: Tudors

Rivals for Elizabeth’s Crown

Rivals for Elizabeth’s Crown

by Gayle Hulme In 1575 Queen Elizabeth I of England had been ruling for 13 years.  The previous reigns of her younger half brother Edward VI and her elder sister Mary I had seen years of massive religious upheaval. Firstly with Edward VI moving the country to Protestantism and secondly, with Mary I, trying in […]

The Red Rose and The White #Tudors

The Red Rose and The White #Tudors

Although Henry Tudor’s victory over Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in October 1483 won him the Kingdom of England by right of conquest there were plenty of English nobles and Yorkist claimants to the throne who remained discontented by what they saw as his weak Lancastrian right to kingship.  Henry Tudor needed a […]

Lovers & Sinners

Lovers & Sinners

Will that which you most desire destroy you? Lovers & Sinners introduces a world of stardom and those who seek it, as well those who wish only to be loved. The story intrigues with its open sexuality, international locales, and a mysterious link to Russia’s cursed royal family with secret ties to the love affair […]

Author Beth von Staats In A Nutshell

Author Beth von Staats In A Nutshell

Welcome Beth von Staats to ExPats Post! Here’s a little insight into this erudite author. Beth is a history writer of both fiction and non-fiction short works. A life-long history enthusiast, Beth holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. She is the owner and administrator of […]

Watch the Lady #SummerMustRead

Watch the Lady #SummerMustRead

UPDATE: Elizabeth Fremantle will be hosting a Facebook Q&A next week, on 6/16/2015 from 7-9pm UK time (2-4pm EST). For easy reference, you can find her Facebook page here:  Elizabeth Fremantle Author From “a brilliant new player in the court of royal fiction” (People), comes the mesmerizing story of Lady Penelope Devereux—the daring young beauty […]

Why the World Needed a Tudor Society

Why the World Needed a Tudor Society

Tim Ridgway from the Tudor Society discusses the modern day fascination with Tudor history and why history is still interesting today… For as long as I have known, people have had a fascination with all things Tudor. There’s just something about Henry VIII and his six wives that captivates people across the globe. For me, […]

Fear and Loathing in Tudor England Continues @theTudorTimes

Fear and Loathing in Tudor England Continues @theTudorTimes

Our second stop in the Fear and Loathing in Tudor England series continues our friends at Tudor Times. As with all important relationships anymore, we ‘met’ on Twitter. It’s amazing how many of my favorite publications and writers connect with with their readers. With that in mind, I would like to introduce you to my […]

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