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Hayley Nolan’s Anne Boleyn: 500 Years of Lies published today

It’s publication day for renowned history blogger, Hayley Nolan.

Her expose about the life of Anne Boleyn, Anne Boleyn: 500 Years of Lies is published today by Amazon Publishing / Little A.

Hayley has been heralded as a “Tudor Whistleblower”, and this book lives up to this, taking Henry VIII’s most infamous wife and examining her life and all we think we know…

Anne Boleyn: 500 Years of Lies is an explosive new analysis of Anne Boleyn’s life and relationship with Henry VIII, which blasts away every myth and misconception we’ve been told. This is not the story of a ruthless schemer set out to seduce the king, it’s a story of mental illness and obsession and it is time a modern voice spoke the truth on the tale.

Early Amazon reviews of the novel have been brilliant:

“I am loving this book. Can’t recommend it highly enough!” Amazon reviewer, 5 stars

“I’ve been binge reading this – I’ve only finished chapter 3 but wow… I’ve never understood how Henry could do that to Anne… it all makes sense now!” Amazon reviewer, 5 stars

“I just love the way the author has written this book, there’s no fluff and it’s so fast paced – you get straight into it; I’m hooked and tearing through it! And already I’m asking myself how this information is not in the countless biographies and TV documentaries?! There really has been an appalling censorship!” Amazon reviewer, 5 stars

Hayley Nolan is the writer/producer and presenter of hit iTunes podcast series The History Review and its spin-off vlog series, which has gained more than one million views in its first 5 months.

She is a graduate of London’s prestigious Royal Court Young Writer’s Programme, has trained in screenwriting at RADA and creative writing at Cambridge University, and has trained in screenwriting at RADA. An Anne Boleyn expert, her research has seen her working with the French and UK governments, partnering with some of the UK’s most respected historical organisations, and has garnered her the support of respected historians.

She appeared as a live daily correspondent on the ITV1 show 3@three.