New Book Release: Great Ladies

Please join me in congratulating Sylvia Barbara Soberton on the publication of her newest nonfiction book, Great Ladies: The Forgotten Witnesses to the Lives of Tudor Queens. I had the privilege of offering Sylvia some copyediting assistance on this fascinating book that puts the spotlight on women who seldom get it, those ladies-in-waiting and maids of honor who served the famous Tudor queens. Here's the book description:

There has been a great deal written about Tudor queens, but less so about those women who surrounded the throne, who may have held even more power and influence than those who actually wore the golden crown.

Some ladies who served at the Tudor court are only faceless silhouettes lost to the sands of time, but there are those who dedicated their lives to please their royal mistresses and left documentation, allowing us to piece their life stories together and link them to the stories of Tudor queens. These female attendants saw their queens and princesses up close and often used their intimate bonds to their own benefit. Some were beloved, others hated. 

This is the story of the ladies of the Tudor court like you’ve never read it before.

Great Ladies is available now in ebook and print format on Amazon and Amazon UK, and you can add it to your shelves on Goodreads!

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