Recent web posts by Linda Porter:











 Links to related www locations:

Andrew Lownie Literary Agency The Andrew Lownie Literary Agency Ltd, founded in 1988, is now one of the UK's leading non-fiction literary agencies with a special emphasis on history and biography.

Andrew Taylor writes crime and historical fiction,  His Marwood and Lovett novels share the historic times of Linda's Mistresses.

The Bookbag  A homely, comfortable place online to find suggestions for books to read.

Ezvid Wiki  The world's first video wiki, here featuring 10 In-Depth Biographies About Fascinating People.  For more information click their heading ABOUT US.

Historia   Historia is the magazine of the Writers’ Association. The editor is Frances Owen.

Historical Writers' Association The professional body run by professional writers for professional writers (and their agents and publishers and booksellers) to sustain, promote and support each other and their work.

Lady Jane Grey Reference Guide A collection of references to her life with timeline and a blog with the latest news about the nine day queen.

Linda Porter on Wikipedia Linda Porter (historian).

Lucy Worsley Lucy Worsley is Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces and a writer of history books.  She also appears on BBC television.

Pan Macmillan The UK publisher of Katherine the Queen

Last But Not Least: The Enduring Fascination of Katherine Parr Linda's introduction to Katherine Parr for The Anne Boleyn Files

Tracy Borman The Offical Website of author, historian and broadcaster Dr. Tracy Borman

On the Tudor Trail Natalie's adventure following Queen Anne Boleyn Large web site run by Lara E. Eakins of Austin, Texas devoted to Tudor History. Information, maps, literature, blogs, podcasts, FAQ and more.  A web site by the Tudor historian John Guy with academic material dealing with Tudor England.

Tudor Times  Tudor Times is the online repository for all things Tudor and Stewart (1485–1603).

Wydawnictwo Astra  The publisher of Mary Tudor in Poland.