This Tuesday on Stitches Through Time, my blogging buddy Terri Wangard shared a very interesting tidbit about a Nazi version of the Titanic movie. It was so interesting that I just HAD to share it. http://stitchesthrutime.blogspot.com/2017/07/the-nazi-version-of-titanic.html Cover Reveal COMING UP!! I also wanted to let ya'll know that I will be releasing the cover for my new Christmas boo, Solve by Christmas, on Monday evening! This goes along with an amazing Christmas in July extravaganza. There will be a FB party on Monday evening, and then we've got over 20 Christian Christmas books on sale for only $0.99 cents! It's going to be amazing, so I hope you'll stop by. My new cover will be revealed between 9:30 -10:00pm EDT. Here's the link https://www.facebook.com/events/1710480295914160 You don't have to have a FB account to take advantage of the 99cent sale. I'll be sharing that link with you on the blog later (when it goes live) so that you
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Hey ya'll, the giveaway ends tonight, so be sure to get your entries in! I’ve teamed up with 15+ fantastic Christian fiction authors to give away a huge collection of novels to 2 lucky winners, PLUS a Kindle Fire to the Grand Prize winner! You can win my novel The Swaddling Clothes , plus books from authors like Cara Putnam and Elizabeth Camden . Enter the giveaway by clicking here: bit.ly/2sZgwGb Good luck, and enjoy!
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Last month we began with the elder half-sister, Mary Tudor. If you missed that post you can find it here: http://www.hhhistory.com/2017/06/sisters-that-changed-history-mary.html Elizabeth I as Princess (Public Domain) Elizabeth Tudor was the first and only child of Henry VIII and his second wife, Anne Boleyn on September 7, 1533. The political uproar surrounding her birth and the marriage of her parents made her a celebrity before she was even born, especially when the physician and astrologer predictions failed and she was a daughter rather than the longed for son . This was especially a problem for Elizabeth’s mother since King Henry was willing to do almost anything to secure a male heir. A comment by Venetian ambassador Giovanni Michiel intimates that Elizabeth looked much like her father, and for this reason, he favored her, despite her not being the anticipated prince. He claims this was the reason she was exalted above her half-sister and given the ti