This week I got to talk with Joanna Hickson, author of seven books (so far!) about 15th-century English women, mostly from the Tudor era.
The occasion for our chat is the paperback release of her latest book, The Queen’s Lady, which is about a very interesting Tudor-era woman I’d never heard of before named Joan Vaux.
Keep up with Joanna and her books at twitter.com/joannahickson and facebook.com/joannahickson
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