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Fictive Kin: Anne Boleyn's Imaginary Relatives

Anne Boleyn, like almost everyone else at the English court, had a large and not invariably friendly web of relatives, many of whom necessarily make regular appearances in the novels written about her. 3,259 more words

The Many Faces Of Anne Boleyn

George Boleyn (1503-1536) and Jane Parker (1505-1542) - House of Boleyn - Lord and Lady Rochford

George Boleyn, was the brother of Queen Consort of England, Anne Boleyn, the 2nd wife and queen of Henry VIII. It is believed that George was the eldest sibling of Anne and Mary Boleyn, and eldest surviving child/son of Thomas Boleyn 1st Earl of Wiltshire and Lady Elizabeth Howard. 1,040 more words

The Tudors

NaPoWriMo 2016 - (Day Twelve)

Rochford, George Boleyn, Viscount
(Anne Boleyn’s brother):

birth, 119;
in Henry’s Privy Chambers, 131;
and Smeaton, 212;

Not appointed to Garter, 242;
arrested, 243;
trial and execution, 250, 525-3, 256.

Writing

Between Two Worlds: The Story Of Henry VIII And Anne Boleyn -- And Her Celtic Heritage by Kathleen Ann Milner (2003)

“I was born a natural healer and a psychic” says the author in the book’s introduction, and we’re given to understand that the first portion of the book, which appears to be a fictional rendition of Anne Boleyn’s story, is in fact a true rendering of facts which the author had psychically intuited during her visits to various places where Anne once lived. 4,264 more words

Book Overviews

Triple Seven Challenge

I’ve been nominated to take part in the Triple Seven challenge by fellow author Maggie Giles. The object of the challenge is to share seven lines from page seven of my manuscript, then tag seven writers to do the same. 136 more words

Anne Boleyn

On this day in 1536 - Thomas Cromwell apointed Lord Privy Seal

Following the execution of Anne Boleyn and her brother George at the hands of King Henry VIII, their father on 29th June 1536 was stripped of his office of Lord Privy Seal. 159 more words

Tudor Chronicles