Love in the Past Lane: Writing Historical Romance (Guest Post)

Love in the Past Lane: Writing Historical Romance by Natalie Murray, author of Emmie and the Tudor King The contentious advice to write what you know is particularly unhelpful for historical romance authors. I write books set mostly in sixteenth-century England and, the last time I checked, I wasnt 450 years old (although sometimes I feel it *creak*). So I admittedly have little experience with chamber pots, jousting, and high treason, but I do know romance, [More]

Biblical Perspective on the King’s Great Matter (Guest Post)

Guest post by Serena Joy Mitra * This article is written from a Protestant perspective and the authors views do not necessarily reflect those of Tudors Dynasty. All Scripture is taken from the 1611 KJV. 'And if a man shall take his brother's wife, it is an unclean thing: he hath uncovered his brother's nakedness; they shall be childless.' ( Leviticus 20;21 ) The above mentioned verse was the foundation of Henry VIII's claim that his marriage to Katherine of Aragon [More]