More than a year ago I promised to post about my progress with reading through the Plaidy books. Then I totally failed to post a single thing. I will rectify that right, now!
Epitaph for Three Women is just not sitting with me. I have no idea why, because Katherine de Valois! Jeanne d'Arc! But I think I'm just too eager to get to Margaret of Anjou, and the wars, and I have to admit that I'm disappointed in myself.
I have been variously dipping into a couple of the Georgian books, but not actually finishing them, and during a recent visit to a library that is not the one I work for, I borrowed what is technically the first of the Tudor saga, Uneasy Lies the Head, but which I tend to think of as I'm reading it as the end of the Plantaganet Saga, even though I was trying really, really hard to read them properly in order. But see above re finding EfTW frustrating.
I've now bought Red Rose of Anjou, but ULtH needs to go back to the library fairly shortly, (actually, I have, just this moment, renewed it online) so unless I decide to be good and go back, yet again, to EfTW, I'll be working my way through the book of the first Tudor king.