Sunday, 21 January 2018

Giveaway! Sexuality and its Impact on British History

I am delighted to offer TWO  copies of Sexuality and its Impact on British History - the British Stripped Bare. 

Eight authors: Annie Whitehead, Gayle Hulme, Hunter S Jones, Dr Beth Lynne, Emma Haddon-wright, Jessica Cale, Mary Ann Coleman and myself examine the impact of actual or implied sexual relationships on British history.

In my contribution to the anthology I delve deeply into the poetry of Thomas Wyatt, examine the events surrounding the arrest of Anne Boleyn and those accused alongside her, and consider Wyatt’s part in it.



Sexuality and its Impact on History chronicles the impact of romance and sex from the time of the Anglo-Saxons, through medieval and Tudor courtly love tradition to the Victorian era. It is due for publication in March 2018 by Pen and Sword Books.

For the chance of winning a copy please leave a comment below about why you'd like to be among the lucky winners. Your copy will be sent out on publication day -  30th March 2018. 

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8 comments:

  1. The book sounds really interesting! Fingers crossed

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  2. What a unique and fascinating concept for a book! I have read Judith's books and love her writing style so I would be thrilled to read a copy.

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  3. I write historical fiction and would find this book very useful.

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  4. As a naturist I'm writing a paper on how society makes demands on people to behave a certain way and their influence on the human body sexualization. This book would really help my research

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  5. Anne Boleyn is my most favourite of Henry's wives. I love reading about her and based her fashion style on my own wedding dress. We believe we also used her vows to Henry in our service. I would love a copy of the book, please? ��

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  6. I think this book will bring huge value to dispelling the myths around sexuality. Historically, it feels as though sex was always perceived as hidden, or immoral - unspoken of by decent members of society. Women, of course, were judged most harshly, and either prudes or thought unable to control themselves. I’m intrigued to see its contents!

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  7. Thank you all for entering. Your names were put into a hat yesterday and drawn by an independent person. The lucky winners are Donna Maguire and Morag Holmes. check your mail for my message please. thanks again everyone, better luck next time!

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