Of course I missed a few things back in July, so let’s start with those:
Tudor Folk Tales by Dave Tonge was released on July 1 in the UK and will be out in the US at the beginning of 2020.
Also, The Flower of All Cities – The History of London from Earliest Times to the Great Fire by Robert Wynn Jones was published in the UK on July 15 and will be out in October in the US.
Finally, Thorns in a Realm of Roses: The Henry Queens by Thomas Crockett is a novel set in the waning years of Henry VIII’s reign and was released back in April. Thanks to the publisher for reaching out and bringing it to my attention since I have pretty much given up all hope of keeping up with Tudor historical fiction until the authors and/or publishers email me!
And new this month, out on August 15 in the UK and in October in the US, is Lovell our Dogge: The Life of Viscount Lovell, Closest Friend of Richard III and Failed Regicide by Michèle Schindler.
The Many Faces of Tudor England opened at The Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth (England) on March 18 and will run through the of the year. Admission to the exhibit is including with the admission to the museum.
The Bosworth Medieval Festival 2019 is coming up on the weekend of August 17 & 18. Activities will includes author talks, jousting, and battle re-enactments.
The Collyweston Historical & Preservation Society will be having a Collyweston Palace Weekend on August 31 and September 1 with many Tudor-themed activities. The weekend will also include presentations on the Collyweston Palace Project, the archaeological investigation of the site of Margaret Beaufort’s grand home. This sounds like a wonderful event and I wish I could be there! I stayed overnight at The Collyweston Slater on my last trip to England but I didn’t get much of a chance to see the village itself (although I did purposely stay there because of its connection to Margaret Beaufort!).