The Tudor Travel Guide

Your Visitor's Companion to the Aristocratic Houses of the Sixteenth Century

I posted on Facebook today that I would no longer be using the site, or indeed other shared social media portals. Instead, my aim is to cultivate my website and blog as an alternative way of keeping connected with you all. I think the good news is that for those of you who like to be on FB, posts from this blog will automatically be posted to both there and onto Twitter (which I had forgotten was possible)! This I hope will bring us all to a win-win situation.

I feel reinvigourated by the idea of creating a cornucopia of historical treasures here over the coming year; news about the forthcoming book, In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII, as well as articles about historic houses I visit, or historic walks I go on with my faithful four-legged friend, Milly. With the book launch in the Spring, there will no doubt be much to talk about. I hope you will all sign up to keep in contact. I always enjoy reading your comments and hearing what historic adventures you are planning. Much love, Sarah

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4 thoughts on “Welcome!

  1. Donna Guevremont says:

    sorry to lose you on FB,, but I understand… I will be following you in your new venues !!

    1. Thanks Donna! Great to have you here.

  2. Aubrie says:

    Hello! I love reading your posts. Is there any way that we can be notified when we can purchase the book? Or is it available now? Sorry I didn’t look too far but I’m working towards a masters in history and this is my field of stud that I love! Thank you!

  3. Hi Aubrie, It depends which bok you mean. Le Temps Viendra Volume I and II, as well as ‘In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn’ are already out there, on Amazon. The new one is due in the Srping. I wil be posting on here about it. If you subscribe, you will hear as soon as it is out. Good luck with your studies! Sarah

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