Category: King Edward

Counting down to my newest book

Counting down to my newest book

My next book, The Life and Death of King Edward, should be published this month! It is about Shakespeare, or more specifically, the man who wrote the works and how his experience fueled his...

4 reasons why Avisa in ‘Willobie’s His Avisa’ is Queen Elizabeth I

4 reasons why Avisa in ‘Willobie’s His Avisa’ is Queen Elizabeth I

This is Part 2 in a two-part series! This blog post assumes you’ve read the first part in this series, 6 reasons why the author of ‘Willobies’s His Avisa’ was Edward de Vere Penelope is...

6 reasons why the author of ‘Willobie’s His Avisa’ was Edward de Vere

6 reasons why the author of ‘Willobie’s His Avisa’ was Edward de Vere

This is Part 1 in a two-part series! Those damn initials Willobie’s His Avisa has two curious initials. Willobie’s His Avisa is a long Elizabethan poem about a woman, Avisa, which has a series...

Reviews of #Bard154

Reviews of #Bard154

I have had two very good reviews of my Shakespeare Sonnet Tweets! The first comes from Edward Devere himself, and ca be seen here. The second comes from Oxfordian Patrick Prentice and can be...

Shakespeare’s Sonnets, or #Bard154

Shakespeare’s Sonnets, or #Bard154

This year I have been reducing all of Shakespeare’s 154 sonnets (14-line poems) into quatrains of 140 characters each.  On Monday I tweeted them (for Twitter’s specifications I had to reduce them to 136...