On the 18th Day of Christmas…

On the 18th day of Christmas On the Tudor Trail gave to me… the chance to win a copy of ‘The Stolen Crown’ by Susan Higginbotham.

To be in the running to win this book, leave a comment after this post.

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For your chance to win a copy of ‘The Stolen Crown’, you must be subscribed to On the Tudor Trail’s newsletter (if you are not already, sign up on our homepage where it says ‘Free Enewsletter Subscription’).

Then simply leave a comment after this post between now and 26 December 2014. Don’t forget to leave your name and a contact email. Please note that I have comment moderation activated and need to ‘approve’ comments before they appear. There is no need to submit your comment twice.

This giveaway is open internationally.

One winner will be randomly selected and contacted by email shortly after the competition closes. Please ensure you’ve added natalie@onthetudortrail.com to your address book to avoid missing my email.

Good luck!

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Book Description

When six-year-old Kate Woodville’s beautiful sister Elizabeth makes a shocking—and secret—marriage to King Edward IV in 1464, Kate
and her large family are whisked to the king’s court. Soon a bedazzled Kate becomes one of the greatest ladies in the land when she marries young Harry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham. But Kate’s fairy-tale existence as a duchess is shattered when the ongoing conflict between the houses of Lancaster and York engulfs the Woodville family.

As Edward IV fights to keep his crown, Harry’s relatives become hopelessly divided between Lancaster and York. Forced constantly
to struggle with his own allegiances, Harry faces his defining moment when his dear friend Richard, Duke of Gloucester, determines to seize the throne for himself as Richard III. With lives in jeopardy and nothing less than a dynasty at stake, Harry’s loyalties—and his conscience—will be put to the ultimate test.

Read a guest article by Susan Higginbotham – Elizabeth Woodville’s Move to Bermondsey

Visit Susan’s website here.

Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for your chance to win a copy of ‘The Kiss of the Concubine’ by Judith Arnopp.


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  1. Virginia Baysden says:

    Considering the work Susan seems to put in her books I doubt ever being disappointed. Her topics are of interest and she provides information that enriches the historic tale.

  2. Leslie Blue says:

    Sounds like a good read, would like to learn more about the Lancasters, Yorks history

  3. Lynda Breig says:

    Fascinating part of history

  4. Tracey Lee says:

    Love the story of the Woodvilles. This sounds like a fantastic read. Thanks for the opportunity!

  5. I find the Woodville’s quite fascinating, this looks like an interesting read.

  6. TAMMY CUEVAS says:

    Sounds interesting! I haven’t read as much about these characters.

  7. Cathleen Ketterer says:

    I have come to appreciate the stories of the Woodville’s and would enjoy this read!

  8. Crystal Navedo says:

    I love the woodvilles! This books sounds great1=!

  9. a really interesting book!!

  10. A fascinating time in history, would love to read this.

  11. Michael Carson says:

    Still the same person yet marriage turns you from being unknown to famous.

  12. Lisa Evans says:

    Fascinating would love to know more about the Woodville’s

  13. Lila Bruacini says:

    Would love to read a different take on a story I have read.

  14. Linda Senne says:

    I absolutely love the Woodvile’s and the Plantagenet dynasty. We never read as much about Elizabeth Woodville’s siblings so this is a real treat.

  15. robin chaney says:

    This sounds wonderful! I can’t wait to read it!!

  16. The Woodvilles are where it all began for me….LOVE

  17. Emelia Jane says:

    This sounds delightful!

  18. Denise Duvall says:

    The cover is enchanting! Thank you for the opportunity to win a copy of this book, about the Woodville sisters.This was a turbulent time in history and should be an excellent read.

  19. Lizanne Whitlow says:

    looks very interesting! ????????

  20. Another book goes onto my wishlist. Thanks for a great post 🙂

  21. Lina Andersson says:

    A great book! If I win, it will be a gift for my mother-in-law or sister.

  22. Jennifer Noel says:

    Looks really interesting

  23. Another to add to my wish-list!

  24. Tammy Lewis says:

    Ah the Woodville’s also a fascinating topic.’

  25. Jennifer D. says:

    A great book to read during this winter season. Hope to win this.

  26. Lisa Södling says:

    sounds intriguing

  27. Sydney Klevesath Cabrera says:

    All I need is Love and “The stolen Crown”….:-)

  28. Anything that has to do with the War of The Roses I love. I haven’t read much on the Woodvilles so I’d really like to read this. It sounds very intriguing!

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