A Talk at the Tower of London

I am thrilled to be speaking at the Tower of London on October first.  I’ll be in the White Tower—that’s the square one in the middle, the oldest and original part—at  6:30 p.m. after the Tower closes for the night and the tourists depart.  Lots of ghosts there, including the little princes who met their doom in 1483.  I’ll be speaking about the things that happened in the Tower to Henry VIII and Elizabeth I that shaped their characters, especially during their childhoods. You can sip a drink at the reception, and there’ll be a booksigning afterward.

Although the event is for members of Historic Royal Palaces, there are tickets available if you identify yourself as my reader.  Follow the link for more information.  Or you may call 011-44-(0)844-482-7788.

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