Friday, October 2, 2009

Author Guest Post + GIVEAWAYS

Hello Everyone!  What a special treat it is for me to present to you today the author of The Virgin's Daughters, Jeane Westin.  Jeane is an expert on ElizabethI and her love and knowledge of this queen is definitely reflected in her book, The Virgin'sDaughters-For all you Elizabeth-crazed-fans out there...you've got to read the book! (See my review here).
Have you ever visited Jeane's site?  Oh, you've got to go!  If you look up her bio, you'll see pictures of her Tudor cottage and learn about the way Jeane and her husband worked on it. And- besides her books, there's even a book club section and a Fun Facts about Elizabeth.


Today, Jeane has written a lovely piece on Elizabeth for Enchanted by Josephine.

Please welcome Jeane Westin...





Why I write about Elizabeth I.

Elizabeth Tudor, who reigned as queen of England without a consort from 1558 until 1603 is to me the most fascinating woman in western history.

The fact that she ruled alone makes her unique.  Women were not supposed to have the mental powers to rule.  People believed in a God ordained Great Chain of Being and women were near the bottom just above children. 

Her council, Parliament and people demanded that she marry to have the guidance of a man and to produce heirs for the throne.  She side-stepped them and carried on long protracted marriage negotiations with most of the eligible princes of Europe.  In that way, she escaped marriage, which meant she had to share her throne with no one and escaped childbirth, which was very risky in those days of primitive medicine.  And why wouldn't she?  Her father Henry VIII had shown her how dangerous marriage was for a queen.

Here's an anecdote to show her shrewdness: her Parliament voted to demand her marriage and sent her a formal document.  She replied that she appreciated their concern for her and the realm, but she would marry when she wanted to and added the inarguable statement that God would take care of the succession.  In her words to Parliament, "herewith my answer, answerless." 

She managed to have it both ways into her middle years.  Courtships and gifts, long negotiations which kept European countries from attacking England, and in the end she gave them nothing.  It is reported that after the Duc d'Alencon, her final suitor, left the palace for the last time, she wrote a lovely poem to him, wept tears on the pier waving her handkerchief until he was out of sight and then returned to her bedchamber and danced for joy.  I think she was the mistress of holding out hope while never coming through...perhaps history's greatest royal tease.

She was brilliant, of course, probably a genius; she spoke many languages and whiled away winter evenings translating ancient Greek and Latin authors into English and back again.

She was athletic...riding, hunting, walking, dancing until all hours, but also sickly.  The list of her illnesses is very long and from the evidence, I believe she was anorexic and perhaps, prone to nervous breakdowns.  That she ruled so long and so well is a tribute to her stamina and courage.

Elizabeth hated war and sometimes delayed her decisions until the problem disappeared, strengthening her belief in indecision...maddening to her councilors, but wise in the end.

She wasn't beautiful, but she was extremely handsome, striking and commanding, taller than most women of her time with white skin, red Tudor hair and a slightly hooked Plantagenet nose.  She spent money sparingly.  When young, she dressed plainly, but when a queen she used clothes to display her regal self.  She had more than 2,000 gowns at her death, but she was frugal even with them.  She reused jewels, oversleeves, embroidered pieces that she liked,  gave gowns to her ladies and had them recut and styled with the changing fashion...a kind of early recycled mix and match.

Several men truly loved her.  Thomas Heneage, Christopher Hatton and other minor courtiers, but Robert Dudley, her Sweet Robin, was her greatest love.  When she died, a letter from him was found in her treasures box by her bedside labeled in her handwriting His Last Letter, which gave me the idea for the book I'm writing now.

These are just some of the reasons I write about Elizabeth, but the greatest one is to search for the unanswered question: At heart who was she?

In my first book, The Virgin's Daughters: In the Court of Elizabeth I, from NAL, August, 2009, I write about her from the viewpoint of two ladies in waiting at the bookends of her life.  In His Last Letter: Elizabeth I and the Earl of Leicester, to be published in August, 2010, I write from her viewpoint and from Robert Dudley's, trying to get inside the reasons she never married him, but continued to love him until the end.  And also why her Sweet Robin stayed beside her even after he lost all hope of marrying her.  I believe theirs was one of the great love stories of history...and still a mystery.

Thanks, Lucy, for allowing me to comment on your blog.  It's always a pleasure to write about Elizabeth.

Jeane



Thank you Jeane!

Now... we have a FANTASTIC GIVEAWAY:

Penguin Books has graciously agreed to give away a copy of TheVirgin's Daughters to - 2 LUCKY WINNERS here at Enchanted by Josephine!!!  Open to Canada and US only.






TO ENTER:

1 Chance:  Leave a comment an tell me why you love Elizabeth
Get an EXTRA chance:  For tweeting, posting,or placing this giveaway on your sidebar
ANOTHER chance:  Become a follower of this blog (if you're already a follower,you get this automatically)



Contest ends October 11th





303 comments:

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Amy @ Passages to the Past said...

Awesome guest post...thank you! No need to enter me in the contest, but I wanted to throw my 2 cents in to say that this is a great read and I enjoyed it very much!

Thanks Lucy & Jeane!

Arleigh said...

What an excellent article! I'm not a huge fan of Elizabeth, but for some reason I do like reading about her. Please enter me :)

Marie Burton said...

a FABULOUS Guest Post, thanks so much!
I do have this one for later reading pleasure. I am reading the non-fiction Elizabeth's Women now by Tracy Borman, and no matter how many books I read on Elizabeth there is just so much to learn about her, I love studying her. She is a an awe inspiring individual and I envy those with the ability to write about her. I can't wait to read Westin's novel, and I hear she is already working on a sequel of sorts to this, regarding the Robert Dudley and Elizabeth connection. WOOHOO!

MARIA GRAZIA said...

Great guest post!I love studying and teaching about Elizabeth I's reign and her extraordinary strength at being an unmarried Queen at that time. She must have been a genius! I'd love to read both books by Jeane Westin and I'll try to do it. Thanks Ms Lucy for this great opportunity. I'm a follower, of course, and I'll place your giveaway on my sidebar.

Ms. K @ Write On Thyme said...

Ooh, enter me. I would love to read this! A wonderful post! And why do I love her? Because she outwitted and ruled those who would have ruled her in a time when it was virtually unheard of!
Loving your pink background, Ms. Lucy!
Bon weekend!
Kirsten

Roberta said...

Great post and a teaser as well...finding out that another book is coming out in August 2010...can't wait. Love to read and learn about Elizabeth because it is just so hard to believe that as a woman she lived the life she did during such a hard time for any ruler, let alone a single woman. I've added the contest to my sidebar...woo hoo

Elysium said...

Great guest post! Please count me in! I love to read about her (and Dudley) and its admirable how she could rule without marriage.

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Sheila Deeth said...

I follow. I fell in love with Elizabeth when we studied the history of Christianity in England. She was so honest and practical and caring.

Laughing Stars said...

This is not an entry ... I just wanted to say I thoroughly enjoyed this guest post. Elizabeth is definitely one of the most complex and intriguing figures in history. I look forward to eventually reading this book!

April said...

What a delightfully insightful and informative post! I find Elizabeth so interesting and her life extremely intriguing!
I am a follower!
April
ajpohren@iowatelecom.net

Ingrid Mida said...

I look forward to reading this book about Elizabeth. What an extraordinary woman! I find it amazing that she was such a powerful ruler at a time when women were considered lesser persons.

A Bookshelf Monstrosity said...

I love Elizabeth because of her courage and downright stubbornness not to be cowed into getting married. I can't imagine the pressure she endured for decades to take a husband in order to make everyone else happy.

fitz12383(at)hotmail(dot)com

I'm a follower

A Bookshelf Monstrosity said...

I blogged: http://bookshelfmonstrosity.blogspot.com/2009/09/weekly-monstrosity-giveaway-list-101.html

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Kim said...

Count me in ... I loved how she beat men in a man's world. She could rule without being ruled. Intelligent, athletic yet sickly, thrift yet flashy, loved yet alone -- an enigma. Sounds fascinating!

RKCharron said...

Hi :)
Thank you for the great guest post with Jeane Westin, and thanks to Jeane for sharing.
I love Queen Elisabeth (the First) because she was a strong woman leader who was true to herself and survived the life-and-death politics of her era.
:)
All the best,
RKCharron
xoxo

Kate said...

I love Elizabeth I because she was a very strong woman during a time when women were valued below chattel. She did very amazing things for her country, all which the help of a man. She was a feminist before there was probably a term for it.

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gaby317 said...

Elizabeth was fiercely independent and such a savvy politician that she left England much stronger and richer than when she took over. And she never gave in to the pressure to marry.

+1 follower

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dolleygurl said...

I had never been a huge Elizabeth fan - I'm starting to warm to her as I read more about her now - but I really admire how she always fought for what she believed was right and followed it through. Great guest post - I love hearing why people enjoy writing about a subject. I am a follower and posted on my blog sidebar!

Jaime said...

I have always been a huge fan of Elizabeth Tudor. Back when women weren't allowed to rule their country, their houses, their men, etc. Elizabeth did. She brought everybody to their knees. She fought for the respect she deserved, refused to marry a man, but married her country but wasn't afraid to love. She was the original.. single, successful girl :) Girl Power!


I am already a follower (I have been so bad about commenting on blogs lately but I have been catching up this week.. YAY!)

And Tweet Tweet: http://twitter.com/Historyslover/status/4582198059

jaime.huff1 at gmail dot com

Rachel said...

I like Elizabeth because she was such a strong woman. I follow you on my Google Reader. Thanks for the giveaway!

Rachelhwallen@gmail.com

Brenda said...

I love all of the great people from this era, but know not much about Josephine. I am addicted to the Tudors so know I love reading of this era. I would like to know her story.

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Brenda said...

I'm a follower on google reader!

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Brenda said...

I posted this to my blog, dancealertreads.blogspot.com

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Bethie said...

Please enter me. Thanks for the chance. I have alway been facinated with royalty. Elizabeth was always my fav because we share a name.

lizzi0915 at aol dot com

Nina said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Nina said...

I forgot my email: nina.happyendings@yahoo.co.uk

Please enter me in the contest, if it is international. :)

How can you not love Elizabeth, she writes about the queeen that I admire the most. The tudor history is so amazing and so interesting that you just can't help yourself wanting to read/watch/learn more about them.

Valorie said...

She is such a fascinating and strong woman, and that is worth looking up to.

Tweet: http://twitter.com/morbidromantic/statuses/4607529522.

I follow.

Valorie
morbidromantic@gmail.com

Mystica said...

Why oh why are all the gorgeous books restricted

Mystica

Theresa N. said...

Great history lesson(I learn some new things) and I truly admire the woman for her strenght as wheel as intelligence.
Theresa N
weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jasmine said...

I admire Elizabeth because of what a fierce and strong ruler she was. She took the lessons from her father and sister and made her own way not letting others command her.

enchantingdragon@gmail.com

Edward said...

Please enter me! She is a role model for all women of all ages. From the moment she was born, her life was difficult. It's hard to imagine how she even felt about her father knowing what he had done to her mother. She faced the hatred of being Anne Boleyn's daughter and then again as a Protestant during the reign of Mary I. When she finally became queen, she proved to be more than able. She is my hero.

feversmirrors@gmail.com

pippirose said...

She was such a strong woman, ahead of her time.
I'd love to enter to win this book!
I'm now a follower of your blog.
:o)
pippirose59 at gmail dot com

Zibilee said...

I, too, think Elizabeth is fascinating. I have watched a few movie versions of her life and have read a couple of books about her, and the more I find out, the more I like her. I absolutely loved this post, it was very interesting and informative and the book looks great. Please enter me in this giveaway, I'd love a chance to win.

I also became a follower of this blog, and I tweeted this giveaway: http://twitter.com/Zibilee

Sue said...

I love reading about Elizabeth. What an incredibly strong woman! So amazing. She had style and class and great artistic sensiblilities.

Thanks for the giveaway.

s.mickelson at gmail dot com

Pricilla said...

Wow, my favorite period in history. Why do I like Elizabeht? Strong, powerful woman in a time when man treated women as possessions - she ruled and ruled well. She loved and loved well. She made England strong and mostly peaceful and prosperous.

thanks,
I follow
kaiminani@gmail.com

pixie13 said...

I love Elizabeth because she was a strong woman who ruled as a woman, not as a woman trying to be a man. She out-witted everyone around her & kept them all dancing to her tune. Thanks!
I'm a follower

gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

~The Book Pixie said...

I love Elizabeth becuse she was a very intelligent and independent woman.

+1 new follower
+1 Tweeted: http://twitter.com/thebookpixie/status/4770695250

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MUM said...

She was a very strong woman who knew how to handle things.

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