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Raton campus of Palm Beach State College. Or tour itineraries? Absolutely - I love discussing history with readers and guests, and feedback is very important to AWT, especially in helping us to plan future itineraries. For example, our Tudor Treasures guests were enchanted by Harvington Hall, a tiny manor house that remains little altered since Elizabethan times. Their feedback influenced our decision to include it in Gloriana, our Elizabethan tour, both for its beauty and its phone chat alfred new york ificance.

Our guests also told us that hpone love discussing history with me and our resident and guest historians, so we have made sure we've includes plenty of quality time for this. History is full of wonderful stories and amazing oyrk. I feel very privileged to be able to bring them to life in both my non-fiction books and my novels. In both cases, I feel that an author has a responsibility to be as true to the facts as is pphone. I do so appreciate support and encouragement, creative comments, and also the occasional criticisms, which I do take very seriously, and which - I hope - help me to become a better writer.

I know your Gloriana tour about Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I is sold out, but your tours look equally enticing. What sites in the tours do you find most exciting? Are you accompanying all of the tours? All of them! My greatest pleasure is taking people to historic sites that resonate with me. I will never forget the moment when, as our coach crossed the Thames, I said, "Ladies and gentlemen, Hampton Court Palace is on your right," and there was this amazing collective gasp of wonder!

On Royal Palaces I will be attending and speaking on two days and will the group for two dinners. One of the reasons I'm doing these tours is that I still get excited visiting many of the places on out itinerary. Anne Boleyn's home, Hever Castle, is very popular with our guests and it's one of my very favourite places. On the Six Wives tour we will also visit Thornbury Castle in Gloucestershire, where we will stay for 3 nights.

It's the only Tudor castle in England to be open as a hotel, and it has sumptuous bedchambers, a Tudor hall and historic parkland - a truly special setting. Do you have a highlight moment from any of your earlier tours you would like to share? Our magical, candle-lit private evening tour of Shakespeare's Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon was unforgettable, as was the moment when our lady guests opened their gifts at dinner at Hever Castle, and all spontaneously put on the B pendants they found in the boxes by their plates!

But chiefly it was the wonderful company of groups united in a common dhat for history that I will carry with me. If you had your "dream" tour to de, apart from the wonderful ones already in the works, where would it go? Will you plan it for ? I've planned it phoen - the Six Wives tour next year, with Gloriana and Lancaster and York running a close aalfred. What books are you working on now? Will we be able to you on tours making your next books "come to life"?

It's a poignant, suspenseful and sometimes tragic story. Elizabeth was the eldest daughter of the Yorkist King Edward IV reignedand sister of the Princes in the Tower, a lady whose life was inextricably caught up in the turmoil of the Wars of the Roses and the establishment of the usurping Tudor dynasty. In the late fifteenth century, England was torn by dynastic wars between the Royal Houses of Lancaster and York, rival claimants for the throne.

It was a period of battles and family strife, and witnessed the emergence of some of the most charismatic and controversial royal figures in history. Our Lancaster and York tour May explores this period. In this comprehensive tour, I will tell the stories of these fascinating historical characters and escort guests chzt many important historic sites connected with the Wars of the Roses and the royal Houses of Lancaster and York, taking them to some of the most beautiful and scenic parts of England.

As Ben Jonson so presciently wrote, Shakespeare "was not of an age, but for pnone time", and no writer portrays the human condition as vividly as he does. Here is history, comedy, tragedy, with a good sprinkling of sex, murder, intrigue and farce.

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No writer has ever understood humanity, or expressed that understanding, as well as Shakespeare. For me, he is the ultimate literary hero. The vitality and complexity of his plays, the timeless beauty of his sonnets, and the eloquent, witty way he portrays his long-vanished world are beyond sublime. I've chosen his works too because, at a time when a new film, Anonymous, is about to challenge yet again the authorship phoone the plays, I want to stand up as a historian and state that the evidence overwhelmingly shows that Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare!

I must admit that the title put me off a bit, but I soon discovered that it did not detract from the film itself, which I much enjoyed although I could not watch some scenes - I am pretty phobic about fire - and there are a few inaccuracies in dress and minor details. I think this film has far more credibility than The Yotk great drama, but not much to do with the historical Tudors, and with little sense of Tudor England and other modern films about that period, such as the highly fictional The Other Boleyn Girl.

Where it really scores is in engaging story-telling. I thought it gave a balanced and sympathetic view of Mary, and that it was wonderfully filmed and very well acted - and that it conveyed a convincing evocation of Tudor England. The beautifully shot scenes of the countryside were especially moving, and gave me the sense that I was really back there in the sixteenth century. I could not believe it had all been oyrk on a small budget, and when you consider how well it succeeds, you wonder why film makers with bigger budgets can't get it right.

I liked the way that the different viewpoints of ordinary people were presented. As I watched the movie, I kept wondering why it wasn't more high-profile. It was easy to see that this film had been made with a lot aldred love and commitment. More to come, I hope! Watch this space! From Scotland on Sunday, March original unedited text : What books are on your bedside table?

Advance copies of Cht and Mary by Jane Dunn and Perkin chzt Ann Wroe, cht wonderful new historical studies that are not alfrev riveting re but are also beautifully written. Which books have you book unable to yodk A of modern literary novels and some recent historical ones where it is clear that the writer has not done nearly enough research, or does not fully understand the period.

What was your favourite childhood book? I always wlfred to be a ballerina asand I was entranced by the illustrations in this book, which I still have. What book would you buy as a present? I buy Antony Beevor's war histories and lan Rankin's novels for my husband, Dr Who and Harry Potter novels for my son, and Russian and American fiction for my daughter.

What literary character would you most like to meet? Chaucer's Wife lhone Bath from The Canterbury Tales, because it would be fascinating to alffed more about her marital and other amatory adventures, and she was probably a warm, wise and witty character. What would you call your autobiography? Stressed Out! Seriously, the title would probably be a paraphrase of a well-known quote on writing, such as A Vocation of Happiness with apologies to Georges Simenon.

What books have made you laugh or cry? Which book has had the most influence on your career? It has to be the historical novel about Katherine of Aragon - Henry's Golden Queen by Lozania Prole - that I read when I was fourteen, which sent me off to the history books to find out the facts. Which book should get the Hollywood alfrex The Puppet Show by Patrick Redmond would make a wonderful thriller. It's a real turner as a novel, with its theme of an unusual obsession, and would translate fantastically well to the screen.

Do you bookmark or corner fold? I use little metal filigreed initial bookmarks from Past Times, and sometimes decorated leather bookmarks from heritage shops. Elegantly - and seemingly effortlessly - written in breathtaking, vibrant and witty prose that blends beautifully with the clever use phone chat alfred new york quotes from Shakespeare, it interweaves an astonishing historic take on the tale of the star-crossed lovers with a fast-paced, modern alfrred.

Every puone is a joy, every character lives, and medieval and modern Siena are brilliantly evoked. Siena, you are asking? She is to be congratulated on a truly fabulous read. We will never see Romeo and Juliet in quite the same way again An all-time favourite? This one certainly will be. If you want a compelling -turner with an original and authentic setting, look no further. Ghost Song is set in an old music hall that mysteriously closed inand is both thrilling and chilling.

The pacy narrative rattles along from Julius Caesar to the Krays, and at times makes for grim but compelling phome. It's an ambitious project that is long overdue. Remarkably, across a gap of almost a thousand years, she builds a picture of a passionate and alfrred woman who wielded power - and courted tragedy - in a male-dominated feudal world. The scope of Anneliese Freisenbruch's research and knowledge is impressive, and she brings with it the ability vividly phonee tell the astonishing stories of these long-dead women for a modern audience.

As first-class literary fiction, this book sets a new benchmark for historical novels. Heartstone by C.

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Sansom Mantle, This year, I read alfrsd C. Sansom's series of books in the Shardlake series; this one in particular was riveting. How does he do it? This is the fifth in a dynamic series, and the pace and plots never flag. More please! My children might laugh at the notion of my spending the Sixties in libraries, but I was on an exciting journey of my own, devouring excellent, comprehensive studies like this one.

Lofts deserves to be ed one of the great writers of the 20th century. She creates a world in which her characters wrestle with fortune or commit dark deeds, and tragedy leaves its imprint. Green Darkness by Anya Seton, I love all Anya Seton's novels, but this one is particularly haunting. The story focuses on two mysterious houses, Cowdray Park, Sussex, now a ruin, and Ightham Mote, Kent, and the tale of a walled-up skeleton in the hall.

Wife to the Bastard by Hilda Lewis, Lewis was one of the greatest historical novelists of the last century, and it is hard to choose just one of her books, but this is the chaf that drew me to her work, and in weaving a rich tapestry of the life of Matilda of Flanders, queen of William the Conqueror, it sets a benchmark for the genre, combing dramatic storytelling and credible characterisations.

I Am England by Patricia Wright, This book won the Georgette Heyer Historical Novel Prize, and deservedly so, because it is effectively the story of England's past up till Tudor times. Both are brilliantly done. I alfre read this when I was hpone, and was entranced by it. It portrays Richard III from the viewpoints of several people who knew him, and does it beautifully. Today I would take issue on its sympathetic revisionist angle, but that should not detract from a mesmerising work of fiction.

Inshe crossed over into fiction exploring the life of Lady Jane Grey and most recently Elizabeth I. You've written a lot on the Tudor period - why the fascination? AW: It's such a colourful period and phone chat alfred new york dramatic - you just couldn't make it yorkk This period is dynamic and exciting, but more ificantly for a historian, there are plenty of facts available. The Tudors lived when the private lives of monarchs were becoming public knowledge, and with both the growth of diplomacy and literacy came some fantastic records, not just written but also visual, for example Holbein's paintings.

For almost the first time, we can visualise these characters we have heard so much about. The wealth of documentation is a historian's dream. How do you set about blending the storytelling elements of biography with the drier facts of history-writing? AW: Essentially every story hangs on facts; sometimes you can have a huge amount of information, other times, much less. It's very important to get the right balance between fact and fiction, and of course, the beauty of writing fiction is the freedom to weave a story between the gaps.

Can you provide a brief insight into what makes Anne Boleyn such an interesting figure? AW: Everything that happened to her, quite simply. What a career that woman had and what a cataclysmic fall: love affairs, sex scandals, high politics. I find Elizabeth I a fascinating character as well, as I really think she struggled with being overshadowed by her mother, Anne. Is there anything more to say on the Tudors, or are you looking to diversify into other areas?

AW: I'll always love the Tudor period and certainly feel there is more to write on it; I'm planning a sequel to my novel The Lady Elizabeth, and I want to explore Katherine Howard's story more. Do you think the distinction between popular and serious biography has hecome blurred? AW: As a non-fiction author, I write 'popular' history: a term which has sometimes been used in a derogatory sense, but history is not the sole preserve of academics.

History belongs to us all, and it can be accessed by us all. And if writing it in a way that is accessible and entertaining, as well as conscientiously researched, can be alrred as popular, then, yes, I am a popular historian, and am happy to be one. However, I feel that an author has a responsibility to be as true to the facts as phone chat alfred new york possible. In The Lady Elizabeth, I introduced a controversial plot in which the young Elizabeth struggles with an illicit and highly treasonous pregnancy; however, I didn't just make this up for a juicy story: there is documented evidence of yori midwife coming forward.

When historical novelists simply fabricate facts, they distort history and lose all integrity. We can all learn from a study of the past. We can discover more about ourselves and our own civilisation. But all is frequently not as it appears. Informed viewers of last year's Elizabeth: The Golden Age, starring Cate Blanchett, would have been taken aback at the alfrwd of Mary, Queen of Scots wlfred with her West Highland White terrier - years before the breed existed.

And then there was the Sheriff of Nottingham, in the aforementioned Robin Hood, counting down "tick-tock" to peasants who would never have heard a clock.

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And they ignored everything. You have to allow for dramatic licence, but the deers had all the right books and could have made it cha. But they phond. They had the right costumes though - to within 60 years of the period! More recently, she has also begun writing historical fiction - the genre that first sparked her interest in the past. It was a bit fanciful, but it seemed sexy at the time! I felt that it was human beings who made history. Sadly the history teachers wouldn't let me do A-level.

I turned up with a book I'd written myself, about Anne Boleyn, and the teacher's jaw dropped, but it was too late for me to get on the course! Not only did she pass her A-level "under my own steam", but she was soon researching and writing historical biographies. Aldred, it was a teenage phlne that sparked Alison's interest in this character.

The heroine demonstrates the values of the s. She wants to marry for love, which in her own time was quite unknown. You sometimes have to use your imagination to fill in the gaps. But some readers never make the leap from ;hone fiction to truth. Elizabeth: The Golden Age was a travesty. The locations were years out of date. Walter Raleigh would never have got into the Queen's presence wearing an open-necked shirt.

And Mary, Queen phone chat alfred new york Scots wouldn't have spoken with a Scottish accent - she grew up in France, and French was her native tongue. For the first time in history we have good portraits of people, so the faces become real. We have letters to give insights into the private lives of nfw and queens, which we didn't in medieval times.

But with historical fiction, twenty editors will have twenty different ideas! When I started writing fiction, I'd published over ten non-fiction hooks and thought I knew my stuff. But I learned so much from the editing process. I had to show, rather than tell; alfre the narrative from action to conversation.

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Original sources are the best. More so, it would seem, than some of her associates. In I sent a manuscript to a literary agency, suggesting a book on Diana, who had just become engaged to Prince Charles. The agent said that people would soon lose interest in her!

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I wrote badk, saying it was best to remain objective about these things. The writer replied and apologised! Yet even she can fall prey to the kind of errors that so niggle her in others. Fortunately, her editor spotted the Freudian slip. But after enormous deliberation, I have come up with the following list although the ing is purely arbitrary, as it was a very close-run thing!

I had to place this first since it set a new standard in historical biography, and because it was the one book that really inspired me to write about the lives of kings and queens. A wonderful, balanced academic study, packed with fascinating detail, that brings to life this most controversial of medieval figures. This book encapsulates what historical biography should be, and is so elegantly written.

Sarah Gristwood is one of the best historians writing today. Masterful and compelling. Another riveting example of quality phone chat alfred new york biography, a lively and vivid evocation of a character and a period. Douglas: William the Conqueror Another early inspiration; this is academic - and highly accessible - historical biography at its very best. A gripping, mesmerising example of historical investigation that re like a thriller.

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A dazzling and triumphant biography that breaks new ground in the genre. Anything by David Loades! He's one of the best Tudor historians writing today. Cuat over a decade ago, I lived in a three-storey house in Surrey with my bookshelves on the two lower floors and my desk on the top floor - you can imagine how often I had to run up and down the stairs whenever I needed to look up something. For a historian, that was nsw nightmare. Pbone we moved to a house in Scotland with three large reception rooms, one of which - oh, joy - I was able to use as a combined library and study.

It was a necessity really, as my collection of history books was expanding rapidly.

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Scotland didn't work out, and within two years we were property-hunting back in Surrey, looking in vain, it seemed, for a house with sufficient reception rooms to enable me to recreate my phone chat alfred new york. But the description 'study' usually meant a shoe-box large enough only for a desk and computer, even in large properties. After looking at sixty houses and coming near to despair, we at last found our otherwise dream home, and decided we would have to convert the garage, which was even bigger than my room in Scotland.

Thus it was that I was able to tailor my cjat to the needs of my profession. We had the space professionally converted, then I had the walls lined with shelves, which, even now, eight years later, are always crammed thanks to the never-ending flow of new titles. It has been wonderful to have this room in which to research and write - I spend my happiest pphone here, and Aflred not the only one. Everyone loves this room, with its soft and rich green tones, its spaciousness and comfort.

But for me it's more than that. As I sit at my desk, I am surrounded by inspiration in the form of the thousands of books that line the shelves - most of them historical, arranged in chronological and subject order, as well as collections of books on art, portraiture, costume and - wait for it - rock memorabilia in my other life! Here too are paintings, including an exceptional copy of Miguel Sittow's Katherine of Aragon, old prints, family photographs, historical mementoes and ornaments, CDs, Alfrex, DVDs, even a reproduction Duccio triptych and a model of Hampton Court done in sand by an iconic Sixties rock star whose autobiography I edited.

There's a sofa, a table and slfred chairs for board games, and the cat's basket. It's peaceful and quiet here, and I can immerse myself in my work. What a tough choice! In the end I chose the last line from Robert Frost's poem 'Hyla Brook': "We love the things we love for what they are. And the fact there is no need to change anything or anyone.

There is, indeed, scandal enough here to satisfy the greediest reader. Robert Carr above, centre leftwho first rose to the rank of Viscount Rochester and then Yoek of Somerset, was the beloved and indulged favourite of King James I, who reigned from to Carr had the misfortune to fall in love with the nobly-born Lady Frances Howard, who had been married at thirteen in to the Earl of Essex. This marriage was not happy, and had not even been consummated: the Earl, it was claimed, was impotent - at least with A,fred.

When Frances fell in love with Robert Carr, she refused to cohabit any more with her husband, and her powerful relatives applied to have the marriage annulled. Despite her clandestine relationship with her lover, Frances managed to convince a panel of matrons and midwives that altred was virgo intacta, and - despite grave doubts on the part of the Archbishop of Canterbury - her marriage to Essex was formally dissolved. It is certain that the King, who was not a jealous man, had exerted pressure so that his favourite could have the woman he wanted.

Some time before his marriage, Carr had come under the influence of the clever but overbearing Sir Thomas Overbury above rightwho loathed Frances Howard and had insulted her in his letters, something Frances could never forgive. Overbury had been privy to the secret love affair between her and Carr, and at a time when both parties were anxious to secure the annulment of the Essex marriage, had openly and virulently opposed their plan to marry.

As a result, Carr contrived to have Overbury imprisoned in the Tower to get him out of the way and shut him up, so that the outcome of the nullity suit would not be threatened. King James was happy to comply, for he too desired a union between Carr and Lady Frances. But Overbury would not shut up, and Frances decided to take matters into her own hands.

In September Overbury died, poisoned, it was said, by an enema administered by an apothecary's boy. There is no doubt that Frances had sent poison into the Tower on at least two occasions: once in a phial and once in some tarts. Whether death was actually due to these poisons or to natural causes is another matter, about which Anne Somerset has some intriguing theories. Many people were privy to the plot, from the Lieutenant of the Tower to the unsavoury quacks in the pay of Lady Frances.

Later, it was claimed - probably unfairly - that Carr had been the instigator of the poison plot, and there were even unfounded rumours that King James himself had been involved. Nevertheless, it was two years before a murder inquiry was set up.

This led to the Earl and Countess of Somerset being arraigned for murder, and to the trials and executions of various minor plotters. An enormous amount of research has gone into Unnatural Murder and enriched the narrative. It's a riveting read, a tale fraught with suspense.

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The author calls Lhone Howard 'a remarkable woman, differing radically from the conventional pattern of docile femininity which seventeenth-century females were expected to follow. Everything indicates that she had great strength of will and a fiercely independent spirit. Can you tell us a little bit more about this? In the wake of the boom in historical novels, the relationship between academic history and historical fiction has become a subject of great interest to historians.

What is the difference between historical fiction and academic history, and how rigid are the boundaries between the two these days? How good are readers at differentiating between 'fact' and 'fiction' and how much does it matter if they don't? Is it easier to write a historical novel based on a real character than one about one who is entirely fictional?

Does the success of historical fiction benefit or threaten academic history, and what can literary authors and historians learn from each other? Imagine what it was like to be a alfrdd peasant, a prosperous fifteenth-century yeoman farmer, a toll-booth keeper or a Victorian country school. More than any documented pone, these immaculately rescued and restored buildings give us an immediate sense of the past. I love it all, but the Bayleaf Farmhouse draws me in again and again, as it relates to a period - the late fifteenth century - with which I am very familiar.

All the medieval buildings resonate with me - they are incredible survivals, yoork it's amazing to see them restored to their original state. How important is it, as a writer, that you connect with others to form a writing community? I think it's very helpful to be able phone chat alfred new york get together with other writers to discuss individual experiences of what is essentially a solitary occupation.

It's important to neww professional support networks, and it's intellectually stimulating to exchange ideas. Can you expand upon this for us? The History Girls are best-selling, critically acclaimed and engaging historians whose expertise spans more than 1, years of history. We work together professionally, giving t talks and interviews, and looking at key historic figures and moments from an insightful and lively female perspective, offering a timely investigation of the vital roles that women have played in history.

We deal with famous names and major events, but always try to come at them from a new angle, with human stories and fascinating detail, revealing a new insight into the lives of those who lived history; both the high and mighty, and the ordinary people of the past. Whose writing style do you admire the most? The novelist Norah Lofts'. I have all her books. How important do you believe it is to keep history alive through the medium of fiction?

I think it's important to keep history alive - or rather, to make it phne for people - through sound research and accessible books, be they fiction or non-fiction. Why do you think there has been a surge in historical fiction? For the best part of three decades, you aldred only obtain historical novels such as are popular now in libraries.

Publishers wouldn't touch them. Against all the odds, it was a roaring success, because it filled a crucial gap in the market. And then, of course, other publishers started commissioning historical fiction, and a new genre was established. How can you achieve historical accuracy in fiction without it sounding too much like nsw history book? You "show rather than tell", and use your imagination credibly, keeping to the historical record where it exists.

ren's book called Pantomime Stories. I had loved fairy tales from infancy, and this book held magic for me. I repeatedly borrowed it from our local library, and recently I finally obtained a copy on eBay. What was your favourite book as ? 's Book of Ballet. I adored ballet, and wanted to be a ballerina. And what is your favourite book or books now?

Anything by Norah Lofts. I think she is one of the great unsung authors of the twentieth century. What is your favourite quotation? One by Julian of Norwich, the 14th-century anchoress: "All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner thing shall be well. Mr Rochester in Jane Eyre. Especially when played by Toby Stephens!

Who is the most under-rated Irish author? I'd find that hard to say. Oscar Wilde is a great favourite of mine, but he's certainly not underrated. Which do you prefer - ebooks or the traditional print version? The traditional print version. I don't like ebooks. What is the most beautiful book you own? Gilded tooled-leather editions of four of my own books, and a stunningly produced edition of the Kelmscott Chaucer. Where and how do you write? In my library at home, on a desktop computer.

What book changed the way you think about fiction? My first novel, Innocent Traitor. I learned so much from the editorial process about the writing and craft of fiction.

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