**Important: This is NOT the American Alison Weir, founder of the organisation 'If Americans Knew'.**
Professional email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
BEFORE CONTACTING ALISON, PLEASE READ THE NOTES BELOW.
"It is always a huge pleasure to receive emails, letters and messages from readers. However, the volume of correspondence has increased so much in recent years that I regret that I am no longer able to reply at length, as I would wish, to each kind person who writes to say how much they have enjoyed my books or asks me a question. Believe me, I very much appreciate your encouraging words, and I am always touched whenever someone takes the trouble to write to me. I do assure you that your comments are always read and digested."
PLEASE READ BEFORE CONTACTING ALISON:
"I used to enjoy having time for all the following, but these days, because of my very busy schedule, I regret that I am unable to:
* Assist with private research, school, college or university projects
* Give advice on study or careers within the historical field
* Assist with finding work experience placements
* Read unsolicited texts
* Enter into a lengthy correspondence
I also regret that I am unable to send signed copies of books to readers, and that I do not keep review copies of my books. However, I am happy to send signed bookplates. If you would like a review copy of my latest book, please contact my publishers (see below).
I write jacket quotes for books that I am happy to endorse, after prior agreement. Please note that I have a very heavy schedule, with very little time for leisure reading, and cannot acknowledge all the books sent to me with requests for jacket quotes."
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Alison Weir is on Twitter @AlisonWeirTours
Alison Weir is on Pinterest
** Please note that Alison's unsolicited entry in the Contemporary Authors New Revision catalogue contains inaccuracies and that she has asked for it to be removed. Please note also that the entry on Alison Weir in Wikipedia contains inaccuracies and is not authorised; please refer to Alison for an author biography.
Alison Weir has limited numbers of the following foreign-language editions of her books to give away:
Eleanor of Aquitaine (Italy and Korea)
The Six Wives of Henry VIII (Korea)
Elizabeth the Queen (Korea and Taiwan)
Children of England (Korea)
Innocent Traitor (Turkey, Hungary, Poland and Korea)
The Lady Elizabeth (Turkey and Hungary)
Lancaster and York (Poland)
A Dangerous Inheritance (Poland)
If you would like one or more copies, please email Alison at the address above.
Contact Alison through her Literary Agent:
Lucas Alexander Whitley,
14 Vernon Street,
London, W14 ORJ.
Contact Alison through her Publishers:
Jonathan Cape (non-fiction) or Hutchinson (fiction),
20 Vauxhall Bridge Road,
London, SW1V 2SA.
New York, NY 10019
ALISON WEIR has done over 550 events at numerous historical sites, museums, art galleries, festivals, bookstores, libraries, charities and schools in the UK, the USA and Canada, at/for (for example) the following venues/organisations:
Acton Court, The Althorp Festival, The American Women's Club of London, The Annual Writers` Conference, The Astor Community Theatre Deal, Authors at the Adolphus Dallas, The Bath Festival, Battle Abbey, The BBC Proms Festival, Beccles Christmas Fair, The Beverley Literary Festival, The Biographers' Club, Birkbeck College University of London, Blickling Hall, Bosworth Battlefield, The Bridport Festival, The British Library, The Canterbury Festival, Carlisle Castle, Chelmsford Cathedral, The Cheltenham Literary Festival, Christ Church College Oxford, Clare College Cambridge, Claridges, The Clerkenwell Literary Festival, The Commandery Worcester, The Coughton Court Festival, The Dartington Literary Festival, The Detroit Book and Author Society, Dover Castle, The Durham Festival, Durham Union Society, The Edinburgh International Book Festival, Eltham Palace, English Heritage, The English Speaking Union, Epsom College, The Essex Book Festival, The Eype Literary Festival, The Festival of History, Gainsborough Old Hall, The Georgia Centre for the Book Atlanta, Gonville and Caius College Cambridge, The Guildford Festival, The Guildford Shakespeare Company, The Guildhall Coventry, The Guildhall London, Hampton Court Palace, Harrods, Harvard University Bookshop, Hatchards, Hatfield House, The Hay Literary Festival, The Hebden Bridge Festival, The Henley Literature Festival, Hever Castle, The Historical Association, Historic Royal Palaces, The Ilkley Literary Festival, Ingatestone Hall, The Institute of Historical Research, The Institute of Tourist Guiding, The Isle of Man Fund for the Blind, Kenilworth Castle, Kensington Palace, Kettlethorpe Church, Kingston Museum, Kingston Readers' Festival, Kirby Hall, The Lavenham Literary Festival, Leeds Castle, The Lewis Live Festival, The Lichfield Festival, The Lincoln Book Festival, Lincoln Cathedral Library, Littlecote House, The London City Guides, The London History Festival, Malmesbury Town Hall, The Manchester Literary Festival, Marble Hill House, The Margaret Mitchell House Atlanta, The Marie Stuart Society, Marlborough Guildhall, The Mary Rose Theatre Portsmouth, Merton College Oxford, Miller`s Academy London, The Mole Valley Festival, The National Archives, The National army Museum, The National Gallery, The National Maritime Museum, The National Portrait Gallery, The National Trust, The National Trust for Scotland, The National Women’s Register, New Hall School, Oakham Castle, The Oundle Festival, The Overseas Women’s Club, Oxford Brookes University, The Oxford History Society, The Oxford Literary Festival, Pembroke College Cambridge, Oxford University History Society, Parkinson's U.K., Penn University Bookshop, Peterborough Cathedral, Portsmouth Festivities, The Reading Crime Writers' Festival, The Richard III Society, Richmond Castle, The Richmond Festival, The Richmond Museum, Rievaulx Abbey, The Rotary Club, The Royal Air Force Club, The Royal London Society for the Blind, The Royal Overseas League, The Royal Society of Arts, The Royal Tennis Court, Rycote House, The Rye Festival, The Saffron Walden Literary Festival, St Alban’s Abbey, St Bartholemew's Church Otford, Gladstone's [formerly St Deiniol’s] Library, St John`s College Cambridge, St John`s College Oxford, The Save the Children Fund, The Scarborough Literary Festival, The Shakespeare Centre, The Shakespeare Club, The Sheffield Festival, Sheffield Manor Lodge, The Sick Children’s Trust, Skipton Castle, The Smithsonian Institute Washington, Soroptimist International, Southside House Wimbledon, The Spitalfields Literature Festival, The Square Tower Portsmouth, The Suffolk Book League, Sutton Library, Sutton Writers' Circle, Syon House, Tapeley Park, The Tate Gallery, The Theatre Royal Bath, The Tower Arts Centre Winchester, The Tower of London, Trinity College Dublin, Trinity Hall Cambridge, The University Bookstore Seattle, University College Dublin, The University of London, The University of the Third Age, The University of York, Warwick Words Festival, The Wells Festival, Westenhanger Castle, The Wetherby Arts Festival, Whitehall at Cheam, Wigmore Hall, The Wimbledon Festival, The Winchester Literary Festival, Winchester Museums, The Windsor Festival, Wingfield Castle, Winter Words Festival Pitlochry, The Women`s Library, Woodstock Town Hall, Writers Week at the Listowel Festival, and numerous events for Waterstone's, Dillon's, Ottaker's, Borders, Methven's, Barnes and Noble, Heffers, Blackwells, as well as numerous independent book shops, schools, libraries and literary/historical societies. Alison has also featured on numerous radio and television programmes, and four of her books have been selected for Radio 4`s Book of the Week.
If you would like to book Alison for an event, please contact her at email@example.com for an information sheet and a list of talks, or contact her publishers.
ALISON'S RECOMMENDED LINKS:
Historic Royal Palaces www.hrp.org.uk
British History Online www.british-history.ac.uk
BBC History Magazine www.bbchistorymagazine.com
BBC - Your Paintings www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings
Philip Mould Historical Portraits www.historicalportraits.com
A Who's Who of Tudor Women www.katemeersonhistoricals.com
Professionals and companies
Alison supports independent bookshops. If you do not wish to buy books through this website's links to online booksellers, please visit www.localbookshops.co.uk to find a stockist near you.
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