I was determined to get back into my royal lady book posts today, but I seem to have misplaced the Empress Wu novel that I was working on. Plus, I’m feeling a bit flu-ish, which has sapped me of the energy necessary to tear through the house on a mad search for Empress Wu, especially when I have a very bad feeling that I put that book in a “safe place.”
Instead of Wu, I’m giving you the list of the books I ordered from Amazon a week ago while I was mildly intoxicated. I was surprised but generally pleased when they showed up. I admit to having no recollection as to why I was so interested in Clara Bow that night.
- The Perfect Royal Mistress by Diane Haeger
- Catherine the Great: Love, Sex and Power by Virginia Rounding
- Clara Bow: Runnin’ Wild by David Stenn
- A Royal Affair: George III and His Scandalous Siblings by Stella Tillyard
If you’re looking for an inexpensive Anne Boleyn initial necklace, you can now order my $300 sterling silver version by contacting me at wbjewelry at hotmail dot com. Here is a photo of the luxurious 18k gold and diamond interpretation of an Anne Boleyn necklace:
© Wendy Brandes 2007-2008
(Photo by John Muggenborg)
With the silver version, you don’t get any diamonds, of course. Still, truth be told, my letter (the necklace is available in any letter, and all letters get a crown) is much more graceful than the original, which was quite clunky.
Here’s a photo of me wearing my Anne Boleyn necklace so you can get an idea of the size. Of the necklace, I mean, not of me!
If you want to ask me about the necklace, you can contact me at wbjewelry at hotmail dot com.
UPDATED TO ADD: The sterling silver version of the necklace, without any stones, is $300.