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Blog Tour: A Woman of Noble Wit by Rosemary Griggs @RAGriggsauthor

Updated: Sep 30, 2021


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A Woman of Noble Wit

By Rosemary Griggs


January 10th – January 21st 2022


Publication Date: 28th September 2021

Publisher: Troubador

Page Length: 423 Pages

Genre: Historical Fiction


Few women of her time lived to see their name in print. But Katherine was no ordinary woman. She was Sir Walter Raleigh’s mother. This is her story.


Set against the turbulent background of a Devon rocked by the religious and social changes that shaped Tudor England; a Devon of privateers and pirates; a Devon riven by rebellions and plots, A Woman of Noble Wit tells how Katherine became the woman who would inspire her famous sons to follow their dreams. It is Tudor history seen though a woman’s eyes.


As the daughter of a gentry family with close connections to the glittering court of King Henry VIII, Katherine’s duty is clear. She must put aside her dreams and accept the husband chosen for her. Still a girl, she starts a new life at Greenway Court, overlooking the River Dart, relieved that her husband is not the ageing monster of her nightmares. She settles into the life of a dutiful wife and mother until a chance shipboard encounter with a handsome privateer, turns her world upside down.…..


Years later a courageous act will set Katherine’s name in print and her youngest son will fly high.


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Rosemary Griggs


Rosemary Griggs is a retired Whitehall Senior Civil Servant with a lifelong passion for history. She is now a speaker on Devon’s sixteenth century history and costume. She leads heritage tours at Dartington Hall, has made regular costumed appearances at National Trust houses and helps local museums bring history to life.


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January 10th

The Coffee Pot Book Club

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The Book Bandit’s Library

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January 11th

Let Your Words Shine…

Interview: Five Fun Facts

I got lost in a book

Review


January 12th

Wendy J. Dunn’s Official Blog

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Mary’s Tavern

Guest Post


January 13th

The Books Delight

Review


January 14th

MJ Porter’s Official Blog

Guest Post

B for Bookreview

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January 17th

The Historical Fiction Blog

Guest Post

The Whispering Bookworm

Review


January 18th

The Writing Desk

Spotlight

Elizabeth St.John’s Official Blog

Excerpt


January 19th

Adventures of a Tudor Nerd Review

Candlelight Reading

Interview


January 20th

Let Us Talk of Many Things

Guest Post

A Thousand Suns

Review


January 21st

All Things Tudor

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CelticLady’s Reviews

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