2021 is coming... 

And not a moment too soon! 2020 has been such a challenging year, and I am hopeful that the landscape of 2021 will improve. This year my third book, the Wolf Hall Companion, hit bookshelves around the world, followed by the much delayed paperback version of my Boleyn biography, Among the Wolves of court. I am currently working on my fourth book for Bloomsbury Publishing, provisionally titled "Thunder Through The Realms" and I will be able to talk about that soon! In the meantime, I have been working on an exciting new project for 2021- I cannot wait to share more when I can!

2020 is here!

Throughout 2019 I was busy working on two exciting books, one for

Bloomsbury Academic and the other for Batsford Books.

In September my third book, the Wolf Hall Companion, is out with Batsford Books, and book 4 is on the horizon! You can also catch me on the three part Smithsonian series, "Henry VIII and the King's men" hosted by Dr Tracy Borman.          

  • 18 October: St Peter's Church, Hever,




2019 ​

  • ​12 February: Cathedral Library, Southwark Cathedral ​

  • 11 March: Garden Room, Hampton Court

  • 21 March: National Portrait Gallery, London

  • 4 May: The Vicar's Hall, Windsor Castle


  • September: Holyrood House, Edinburgh


  • 7 October: BBC History Magazine Weekend, Winchester​

         https://bbchistory.seetickets.com/event/bbc-history-magazine-s-history-    weekend/history-weekend-winchester/1214274

  • 11 October: Blickling Hall and the Book Hive- Book Launch for "Among the Wolves of Court"  Aylsham Town Hall, Norfolk


  • 13 October: The Mary Rose Anniversary Lecture Series 



  •   20 October:BBC History Magazine Weekend, York 

          https://bbchistory.seetickets.com/event/bbc-history-magazine-s-history-   weekend/history-weekend-york/1216415



  •   28 January, Katherine of Aragon Festival, Peterborough

  •   December 7, Oadby Library, Leicester



  • Hever Castle

  • Tower of London

  • Penshurst Place

  • National Archives Kew

  • Leeds Castle

  • Blickling Hall

  • Toronto Public Library

  • Sudeley Castle

  • Katherine of Aragon Festival, Peterborough



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