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Saturday, 28 July 2012

Wednesday, 18 July 2012

The Tour Continues...

On this anniversary of Grand Duchess Elizabeth, my book tour continues with a post about the circumstances surrounding the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and Sophie, on the intriguing Alternate History Weekly Update site.

Many thanks to Matt.

Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Anniversary




On this 94th anniversary of the murder of the Imperial Family, and on the eve of the anniversary of the murder of Grand Duchess Elizabeth, I am happy to be continuing the tour with ''Most Beautiful Princess - Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna" on the fascinating
Women of History site, and the wonderful Melisende's Library site.
 
Thank you so much to Melisende!

 
 

Monday, 16 July 2012

Continuing the Tour

Today the book tour continues with 'Queen Victoria's Devoted Grandson' on the stunning Enchanted By Josephine site.

Thank you so much to Lucy!

Sunday, 15 July 2012

The tour continues...

The book tour continues today with 'A Forgotten Romance' on the exquisite Arrayed In Gold site.
Thank you so much to Gem for her kind welcome.

Also 'Emperor Karl" on the brilliant 'The Cross of Laeken' site.
Many, many thanks to Matterhorn for such hospitality.

Friday, 13 July 2012

Virtual Book Tour

Thanks to the generous hospitality of some of the most brilliant bloggers on the net, I am embarking on a virtual book tour, writing of different aspects of my books, and over the next couple of weeks will be posting on various sites.

 Today, I am honoured to have been able to write a guest post on the beautiful 'Tea at Trianon'. Many thanks to Elena Maria Vidal.

Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Independence Day

Happy Independence Day to all American visitors!


And, as I am sure that the lovely American people are far too busy enjoying the fireworks to read this blog, this related article from the Royal Website might be of interest to British readers. Some of the newspapers complain so much (and, in my opinion so needlessly!!) about the number of immigrants from Eastern Europe, King George III’s speech about the loss of America is very revealing about how British people were immigrants in the past: ‘Poland contained nearly 10, 000 Scotch pedlars...’ Funny, too, how the newspapers call British people who live overseas ‘ex-pats’ but call people from overseas who choose to live in Britain ‘immigrants’.