Women of Power in Anglo-Saxon England by Annie Whitehead: Blog Tour Review

Many Anglo-Saxon kings are familiar. Æthelred the Unready is one, yet less is written of his wife, who was consort of two kings and championed one of her sons over the others, or his mother who was an anointed queen and powerful regent, but was also accused of witchcraft and regicide. A royal abbess educated … Continue reading Women of Power in Anglo-Saxon England by Annie Whitehead: Blog Tour Review

Ladies of the Magna Carta by Sharon Bennett Connolly Blog Tour Post and Review

Magna Carta clause 39: No man shall be taken, imprisoned, outlawed, banished or in any way destroyed, nor will we proceed against or prosecute him, except by the lawful judgement of his peers or by the law of the land.This clause in Magna Carta was in response to the appalling imprisonment and starvation of Matilda … Continue reading Ladies of the Magna Carta by Sharon Bennett Connolly Blog Tour Post and Review

Julian of Norwich: A Very Brief History by Janina Ramirez

Kindle Edition Published 1st October 2016 by SPCK, 128 Pages. Over six hundred years ago a woman known as Julian of Norwich wrote what is now regarded as one of the greatest works of literature in English. Based on a sequence of mystical revelations she received in 1373, her book is called Revelations of Divine … Continue reading Julian of Norwich: A Very Brief History by Janina Ramirez