A few months ago, I entered a Tudor Ghost Story Contest hosted by authors Natalie Grueninger, who runs the wonderful website, On The Tudor Trail, the Talking Tudors podcast and is the author of a number of Tudor history books, and Wendy J Dunn, author of a number of books of Tudor fiction.
Last week the results were announced, and I’m excited to share that I placed joint second! On Christmas Eve, the winner and the second and third place getters’ stories were published on On The Tudor Trail. You can read the post announcing the winners by the judge of the competition here, where you will also find links to the first, second and third place stories. The direct link to my own story, The Thorns of A Tudor Rose, can be found here.
The Thorns of a Tudor Rose is a story of Anne Boleyn being visited by the ghost of Katherine of Aragon during the days leading up to her downfall…only she doesn’t yet know it. If you do have a read of it, please let me know what you think!
UPDATE: The first, second and third placed stories have also been included in a sample copy of Tudor Life Magazine, the monthly magazine of The Tudor Society!