12 Days of Christmas Mega Book Giveaway!

I’m absolutely thrilled to share that I’ll be hosting a Mega Book Giveaway in December.

This fortnight of fun is made possible by the generosity of the following wonderful historians and authors:

Starting on 1 December, I will post details of two giveaways per day, all open internationally! All you need to do to be in the running to win the daily giveaways is leave a comment after each individual post. Winners will be randomly selected and notified by email in early January.

Sound simple? That’s because it is! ‘Tis the season to be jolly after all and I know this will delight any Tudor/history enthusiast.

Some of our wonderful authors have also decided to write a guest post to accompany their giveaway, so there’ll be lots of interesting articles to read as well.

Be sure to visit On the Tudor Trail each day from 1-12 December to take part in the fun! Also, please join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to ensure you don’t miss out any important updates and announcements.

Good luck and Merry Christmas!

The prizes on offer are:

Day 1

Sexuality and Its Impact on History: The British Stripped Bare by Hunter S. Jones

Autographed copy of Owen – Book One of The Tudor Trilogy by Tony Riches

Day 2

Autographed copy of Jane the Quene by Janet Wertman

Cranmer in a Nutshell by Beth von Staats and a Cape Cod themed gift

Day 3

Henry VIII: Unleash Your Inner Tudor by Andy Demsky/aka Henry VIII

So Great a Prince: England and the Accession of Henry VIII by Lauren Johnson

Day 4

Je Anne Boleyn Book pack by Sandi Vasoli

Queen of Martyrs: The Story of Mary I by Samantha Wilcoxson

Day 5

The Shadow Queen by Anne O’Brien

Elizabeth’s Rival: The Tumultuous Tale of Lettice Knollys Countess of Leicester by Nicola Tallis

Day 6

The Alchemist’s Daughter by Mary Lawrence

The Survival of the Princes in the Tower by Matt Lewis

Day 7

Winner’s choice! Select a book from the Margaret Beaufort Trilogy by Judith Arnopp

Colouring History: The Tudors by Natalie Grueninger & Kathryn Holeman

Day 8

House of Beaufort by Nathen Amin

Winner’s choice! Your choice of book from Claire Ridgway’s history collection

Day 9

Book Pack: Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots: The Life of King Henry VIII’s Sister, The Tudor Brandons and Lady Katherine Knollys by Sarah-Beth Watkins.

Memory of Midnight by Pamela Hartshorne

Day 10

The Light in the Labyrinth by Wendy J. Dunn

Thomas Cromwell by Tracy Borman

Day 11

Katherine Howard: A New History by Conor Byrne

Winner’s choice! Choose either Book pack 1: The Jezebel Effect & Henry VIII’s Health in a Nutshell or Book pack 2: Blood will Tell and Edward VI in a Nutshell by Kyra Kramer

Day 12

Book TBA by Toni Mount

Winner’s choice! Either Cor Rotto or The Raven’s Widow by Adrienne Dillard

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  1. Michael North says:

    Please extend my personal thanks to the many Authors for their generous gesture, and accept same for your forethought and equal generosity in making this seasonal gesture. Many thanks.

  2. Just reading this post has introduced me to some new authors whose work I can’t wait to read. Thank you for including me, Natalie.

  3. Cathy Brown says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to win a book. It would be an honor to win any of these selections!

  4. Thank you so much to the authors giving away thier books! I just added a bunch to my growing wish list. I cant wait to read ther upcoming articles to! thank you On The Tudor Trail for always bringing us amazing things To read!

  5. This looks delightful! I just returned from my first trip to London and , seeing some of the places I have read about my whole life was deeply moving!

  6. What an amazing website, thank you for the opportunity to delve into our history , tudors have always been of interest to me as Catherine of Aragon was first buried in my town catherdral. as a child i remember visiting the site many times then blowing a raspberry at a carving of Henry.

  7. Wendy Jamieson-price says:

    What a fabulous treat, fingers and toes crossed

  8. Lynne Manton says:

    There are some excellent books here. Fingers crossed I get lucky!

  9. What a lovely idea 🙂

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