We have a real treat for you this month - an issue dedicated to the Cromwells! And it's a great one with 82 pages packed full of Tudor goodness.
This month the magazine contains:
- A Dynasty in Profile: The House of Cromwell by Gareth Russell
- Gayle Hulme is our July Guest Expert on Arbella Stuart
- The Fall of Thomas Cromwell by Roland Hui
- Elizabeth Seymour, Lady Cromwell by Susan Abernethy
- Tudor Word Worm Quiz by Catherine Brooks
- Lord Lisle, Cromwell and Calais by Sarah-Beth Watkins
- One man and his dog hath all by Mike Ingram
- A visit to East Grinstead with Ian Mulcahy
- The Forgotten Cornish Rebellion of 1497 by Toni Mount
- Editor’s Recommendations: Books on the Cromwells by Gareth Russell
- The Brothers York | Katheryn Howard book reviews by Charlie Fenton
- Tudor books and history are everything Catherine Brooks interviews Charlie Fenton
- Passion drives writing by Wendy J. Dunn
- Sandalwood and Spikenard From the Spicery with Rioghnach O’Geraghty
- July’s On this day in Tudor history by Claire Ridgway
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Hi Tim. Great download as always. Couldn’t post yesterday, my internet was so slow it took 45mins to download but worth the it. Still iffy now. Hope all is well.
I feel your pain. It’s so frustrating when the internet doesn’t play ball.
In Australia the internet is being hammered by people workng from home, as well as children being home schooled. Unfortunately our much-touted National Broadband Network isnt delivering the promised speeds which is frustrating for everyone except those who are fortinate enough to get their connects ‘to the kerb’, rather than ‘to the node’ ( in short words, money talks). Because of speed and demand issues, I’ve become largely nocturnal, taking advantage of reduced traffic when other users are asleep.
Not sure what happened here in the United States. It started June 30th and appears to be nationwide and all carriers.