Book of Days Launch Event
Join us on 7 September at 7pm to celebrate the launch of two new Tudor treasures, including an interview with bestselling author Alison Weir.
Hugely informative and stunningly produced, the Queen Elizabeth I Book of Days and the Mary, Queen of Scots Book of Days each pair a practical perpetual diary with a wealth of material on the life and times of these iconic queens. Both books include a brief biography of the queen, information about places she knew, quotes, sonnets, and descriptions of significant events in her life for each day of the year.
Join us to celebrate the publication of these new Tudor treasures, written by Tudor Times and published by Graffeg.
Register for free here: https://bit.ly/3ktDnTS
Event will include:
– Demonstration video showcasing the features and design of these stunningly produced perpetual diaries, which can be used to record recurring events, notes and lists and referred to for years to come.
– Q&A with Tudor Times on the inspiration and background behind creating the new Books of Days.
– Interview with bestselling writer Alison Weir (author of Elizabeth, The Queen and Mary Queen of Scots and the Murder of Lord Darnley) on the continued importance of and interest in the life and legacies of Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots. (Pre-recorded).
We’ll be talking to Alison about both queens. If you have a question you would like answered, email it to email@example.com after you’ve registered for a chance for it to be included in the interview.
Tudor Times is a key source for a wide variety of information about the Tudor and Stewart Period (1485-1625). The organisation's website, social media channels and selection of eBooks provide content about the people, places, daily life, religion, politics, and economy of the British Isles in the 16th century, and the events that shaped them, within the broader context of Renaissance Europe. https://tudortimes.co.uk.
Graffeg has produced a range of gift stationery with Tudor Times, including posters, bookmarks, greetings cards and calendars. The Tudor Book of Days, a perpetual diary based on medieval books of hours, was published in 2017, followed by the Tudor Book of the Garden in 2019.
Click here to see the books we will be discussing at the event: https://graffeg.com/collections/diaries