Merry Christmas to you! December is here and we should make good cheer who wishes!
Remember to comment below on this post before the end of December 2020 to be in with your chance to win prizes!!!
This month the magazine contains:
- Jovial Jestbooks and Tall Tales by Lauren Browne
- Can you catch the gingerbread man? by Kyra Kramer
- Splendor Gloriae - Tudor Piety and Ritual by Geoffrey Webber
- Margaret Tudor - A Tale of Two Christmases by Sarah-Beth Watkins
- Walter Raleigh, The myth behind the man by Roger N. Morris
- Swashbuckling Tudor Personalities by Susan Abernethy
- Ancient Alfriston with Ian Mulcahy
- The Marriages of Mary, Queen of Scots by Roland Hui
- A forward-Thinking French Surgeon, Ambroise Paré by Toni Mount
- Editor’s Picks - books on Tudor Christmas by Gareth Russell
- Yuletide - A Tudor Christmas with PIVA
- The 12 Days of Christmas Cardinal Number Crossword by Catherine Brooks
- Christmas Treats by Claire Ridgway
- Killing our Darlings byWendy J. Dunn on writing
- 12 Days of Culinary Christmas by Rioghnach O’Geraghty
- December’s On this day in Tudor History by Claire Ridgway
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Thank you very much for a chance to win! I loved Garden’s book about Catherine Howard, but to have my own copy signed would be amazing! Great giveaways this month. Thanks again! Michelle t
Hi Michelle, you’ve been chosen as the winner of “The Life of Anne Boleyn” online course at our sister site MedievalCourses.com. Details will be coming to you shortly. Congratulations!
Looking forward to reading this months festive edition of the magazine. I will have my fingers crossed that I’m lucky in the competition. Hope everyone involved in the magazine and the Tudor Society have a lovely Christmas. x
Congratulations, Jenny, you are the winner of a signed copy of Gareth Russell’s book!
Of all of the issues of Tudor Life, I always seem to like the December issue the best! Since it combines the always-interesting articles with a link back to Christmas traditions and how the Tudors celebrated! Thanks as always! Wishing you all very Happy Holidays!