18 November 2017

The Tudor Book of Days Special Giveaway


Available from Amazon UK and Amazon US
and directly from the Tudor Times Shop

Would you like to win a beautiful Tudor Book of Days Perpetual Diary?  The Tudor Times Shop has donated one for me to offer to someone to be chosen from the comments below on the 
10th December, 2017.

The hardback cover of this unique six-days-to-a-view perpetual diary features Tudor roses and flowers, courtesy of the V&A Museum.  An 'at-a-glance' year planner, notes section and dedicated space for recording special occasions and reminders make it a book you will rely on.

The Tudor Book of Days Perpetual Diary is also a historical record of the Tudor period, with saints and feast days listed for every month, a month by month account of important political and social events, key births, deaths and events listed alongside their relevant days.

To round it all off, there is a glossary of over 150 key Tudor figures, so if you'd like to win a copy please feel free to comment below.

7 comments:

  1. I've already read, loved and reviewed the Tudor Trilogy! I would recommend it to anyone interested in that era and (in)famous family. As to the Book of Hours, I would dearly love to win a copy! One of my oldest and most favorite books is "China Court" by Rumor Godden. It centers around a Book of Hours, and each chapter begins with a page from it along with a description of the illustrations. Finances being very limited right now, I doubt I would be able to purchase one and so would love to win this! Thank you for giving me the chance.

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  2. Omg! This looks so beautiful! Would love to be considered please. Have the the triolgy waiting... just waiting on the last one so I can read as a full set! This is a fantastic prize! :)

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  3. Hello, this would be a fantastic prize to win, as I home educate 3 children, and one is particularly keen on English History. Thanks!

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  4. What a wonderful prize. There is something about Tudor times that is endlessly fascinating. William Shakespeare, Francis Bacon, the intrigues of the first spymasters of Elizabeth 1, the wars, the savagery, the scandals. Even if we know little about Henry VIII's politics, we know all about his Bluebeard tendencies towards women. The huge personalities and swagger of people like the Kingmaker, Francis Drake et al. It goes on. What's not to love about that period - having recently watched the excellent production on Elizabeth 1's Secret Agents I'm just glad I didn't live then!

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  5. A very lovely planner, set out with thought and lovely added touches. Looks great!

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  6. Wow - that is one beautiful book! Would love to win this. It might help get me through the dark winter days of January!

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  7. Stationery combined with history - what's not to love?!

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