Introducing Speaker No. 8, Sarah Morris

Invest in your passion for all things Anne Boleyn and enjoy a truly unique experience with eight Anne Boleyn experts and other Anne Boleyn history buffs.

Anne Boleyn, the Woman who changed England, is a completely online event and is a week of daily talks and live Q&A sessions with THE best Anne Boleyn experts where you'll meet a very new Anne Boleyn and understand why she changed the course of English history.

One of the speakers at this event is Sarah Morris. Many of you will know Sarah from her books, podcasts and videos, and her co-author Natalie Grueninger, with whom she'll be speaking. Their talk is "In the Footsteps of the Early Years of Anne Boleyn" and Sarah and Natalie explain:

"Have you ever wanted to know more about some of the places Anne Boleyn knew intimately during her early years in England, Mechelen and France? Drawing upon the extensive research undertaken for the writing of our No 1 Amazon bestseller, "In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn", join us for a lively adventure as we reimagine Anne's early years through the places she visited and called home.

From Blickling Hall to Paris and the glorious chateaux of the Loire, we will describe the buildings she knew, and explore some of the early, cultural forces that we believe shaped Anne Boleyn's later character and tastes. Pack your virtual bags and get ready to time travel!"

For those of you who don't already know Sarah, here is more about her:

Dr Sarah Morris was born and bred in England and now lives in the picturesque Oxfordshire countryside.
In 2010, she began writing her first Tudor novel, "Le Temps Viendra: a Novel of Anne Boleyn". This was published in 2012, followed closely thereafter by two non-fiction books: "In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn" (2013) and "In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII" (2015). Both were No 1. Amazon Bestsellers.

As the In the Footsteps books attest to, Sarah has a particular passion for historic buildings. She knows that when we visit a place, we can connect more directly with the past. She adores sharing her love of England’s history and Tudor places. Thus, in 2018, she launched The Tudor Travel Guide, an online brand that weaves the stories of Tudor history and people with the places in which those stories unfolded.

Sarah not only writes regular in-depth blogs that put Tudor buildings and their history under the spotlight, but she creates 'on-location' podcasts (The Tudor History & Travel Show) and videos (YouTube: The Tudor Travel Guide) which aim to inspire and educate. She also runs tours and annual Tudor-themed events, such as her 'Live Like a Tudor Weekend'.

On TV, she has featured in "A Tale of Two Sisters" on Yesterday TV as the 'Boleyn expert', talking about the relationship between Anne and Mary Boleyn, and on "Les Secret D’Histoire", a hugely popular French TV series, (10 million viewers) speaking about Mary I.

EIGHT Boleyn experts
7 days of online talks
Exclusive live Q&A sessions

Place: All virtual - attend from home by accessing a private area of this site and a private Facebook page.

4 thoughts on “Introducing Speaker No. 8, Sarah Morris

  1. Is there a way to purchase a ticket for one or two days of the conference?
    Thank you, Sherrie Vamos

    1. Hi Sherie, no, there’s one ticket on offer which covers all 7 days of the talks and Q&A sessions. The talks are designed to complement each other. If you can’t make all of the dates, don’t worry as you have lifetime access to the talks and resources, and I am happy to take questions in advance for our speakers too.
      I do hope you can join us.

  2. Can this be done by Zoom Or blogging.
    I live in Texas and cannot travel to Englsbd

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