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English Historical Fiction Authors · 1d ago

Ælfgyva: The Mystery Woman of the Bayeux Tapestry – Part One

By Paula LoftingÆlfgifu, or as it was sometimes spelt Alfgyva, or even Ælfgyva as it is on the Bayeux Tapestry, must have been a popular name and one of some significance, for when Emma of N...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 3d ago

Cats in the Days of King Arthur

by Kim RendfeldIn 5th-century Britain, cats helped humans survive winter, but the way peop...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 3d ago

Editors Weekly Round-up, November 19, 2017

by the EHFA EditorsEnjoy this week's articles from the blog.Henry Mayhew and the London Poor: The Streetwalker's Tale by Mark PattonThe Counter-Reformation of Mary Iby Samantha WilcoxsonComm...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 6d ago

Lord Rhys; Welsh First, Henry’s Second

by Jean GillWe all know something about King Henry II of England and Thomas Becket, but few have heard of another powerful man who sparked off the temper of that fiery king and then, against all odds, gained his trust: Lord Rhys. When Henry died in 1...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 1w ago

Common Myths of the Wars of the Roses - Myth #3 - Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, the ‘Kingmaker’? Part 2…

by Derek BirksA month or two ago, after a bit of a rant on Facebook, I started a series of posts to explode a few of the pervasive myths which surround the Wars of the Roses.Here’s the second part of my exploration into the notion that Richard Nevill...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 1w ago

Hostage to Love pre-order 0.99 and some interesting facts about the French Revolution.

 HOSTAGE TO LOVEAvailable for Pre-OrderPick it up at the introductory price of 0.99cents!Buy Links  BOOK DESCRIPTIONIt is 1792 and Viscount Beaumont has buried himself in the country since his wife died. But now his daughter, Lady Henrietta, has come...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 1W ago

The Counter-Reformation of Mary I

By Samantha WilcoxsonQueen Mary I Portrait by EworthQueen Mary I does not enjoy the popularity of her sister or the entertainment value of her father. Her relatively short reign was spent striving toward a goal that few of us understand today. The mo...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 1W ago

Henry Mayhew and the London Poor: The Streetwalker's Tale

by Mark PattonIn earlier blog-posts on this site, I explored the arrival of strangers in Nineteenth Century London, and the interviews conducted by the campaigning journalist, Henry Mayhew, ...
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Editors Weekly Round-up, November 12, 2017

by the EHFA EditorsEvery week, English Historical Fiction Authors brings readers posts on various aspects of British history. Enjoy this week's round up!Being Catholic in Regency Englandby V...
English Historical Fiction Authors · 1W ago

Land Stewards: Professional help in running an estate.

by Maria GraceWe often hear about gentlemen employing stewards to help manage their estate...