The very first issue of Tudor Life, the Tudor Society's monthly magazine, is a special on Elizabeth I to commemorate her birthday on 7 September 1533. It includes the following:
- Q&A with historian Jessie Childs on her latest book God's Traitors: Terror and Faith in Elizabethan England
- Gareth on History - Historian and author Gareth Russell discusses Mary I's charge that Mark Smeaton was Elizabeth I's father
- Elizabeth at Leisure by Robert Stephen Parry, author of ELIZABETH - The Virgin Queen and the Men who Loved Her, Virgin and the Crab and The Arrow Chest
- Melanie on Art - Art Historian and author Melanie V. Taylor shares her article "The Tudors: Masters of Spin"
- Historical novelist Anne Clinard Barnhill shares her thoughts on Elizabeth and her parents, Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII
- The Tudor Roses on Tudor Places - Darren and Emma look at Sudeley Castle
- Claire Ridgway shares her favourite Elizabeth I linked property and her favourite Elizabeth I speech and letter
- Charlie on Books - Tudor history blogger and reviewer Charlie Fenton shares a book review
- Plus recent and upcoming books, Tudor recipe of the month, events, on this day in history, puzzles and giveaway...
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Hallelujah! This is really a SUPERB magazine!! Normally I would buy BBC History magazines and search for pieces of Tudor history. That’s all in the past now, because I have all I need in one magazine. Soooo glad to be a member!!
Thank you Claire for this magazine, thank you so much!!It’s so beautiful!
Thank you! I’m really pleased with how it’s turned out and a big thank you to Tim for the payout and all his creativity. The contributors wrote some wonderful articles too.
I absolutely LOVE the magazine. Great job Claire!
Thank you, I’m really pleased with how it turned out. I’m glad you enjoyed it.
Thank you! That’s so wonderful to hear. I’m really glad that you like the magazine and that you’re enjoying being a member.
Oh, I am so excited about all of this. My husband even ordered me a Samsung Tablet so I can start loading all of the books and ect. to it. Thank you for putting together a wonderful site, it will be a great experience for us all 🙂
A Samsung tablet? How lovely! I hope you enjoy using the site and being a member, we have lots of things planned. Thank you for your very kind words.
Claire, the magazine is just wonderful! I read every article and everything was just so interesting. I’m so glad you centered on Elizabeth. She’s always been my favorite Tudor. Can’t wait for next month already!! Well done!!!
I am so excited about this site and I am very much looking forward to being a part of it. Will there be an actual magazine or just an online one? If it is only online, can you tell me how to get it on my Kindle? Thank you in advance and by the way, I loved your books!
I think Tim’s emailed you about this. He needs to know which version of kindle you have to be able to help you. With my Kindle Fire I can read the magazine with the Silk browser or with my old kindle I can transfer the PDF of the magazine from my computer onto my Kindle using the USB lead.
Am absolutely loving the magazine, I subscribe to 3 history magazines but it’s so wonderful to be able to read this one knowing I’ll be interested in everything in it!
Great magazine,looking forward to Octobers issue
Thank you, David!
Just printed it & can’t wait to read it!
For some reason I can’t open the magazines. When I try to open them in PDF I get a message “Unable to topen the internet site. The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found. Please try again later.” Do you think that Tim has any suggestions?
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