Divorced. Beheaded. Died. Divorced. Beheaded. Survived. These labels tend to define the lives of the six wives of haughty King Henry VIII, ruler of Tudor England. The memorable king often overshadows these six characters, their stories fading away behind the era's history and influence. But what happens when you look past their brands and unveil the true lives of these six women? In this collection of short historical fiction, delve into the minds and lives of royal women fighting to maintain their regal composure amidst illness, adultery, and even murder. Follow their stories and watch as their marriages - and, in some cases, their lives - come to an end.
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About the Author
Cerys Beckwith is a driven Literary Arts student, born in Wales and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She is a senior at George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology, where she has been featured in both the school's literary magazine and newspaper. This collection is her first self-published book. Cerys hopes to continue pursuing writing in college while following a career path in International Affairs and Relations.