The Last Plantagenet Princess

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C.L.Horler By beyondimagination Completed
Margaret Plantagenet (Pole), Daughter to the Duke of Clarence, niece to Edward IV and Richard III.  Cousin to Henry VIII's mother, confidant to Catherine of Arogon and Governess/ Godmother to Princess Mary. This is a story on how Margaret had to watch the fall of her family; Plantagenant members of the House of York, and watch the rise of the Tudors at great peril and tragedy to her life.
Wow, you have a good style for Historical Fiction. Now, just some small Historical corrections: Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, was executed 5 years before his daughter Isabel died of childbirth. (He died in 1471, she died at 1476), yet you showed him as if he was alive by the time of her death.
                                    
                                    One more thing: The official title of the King was "King of England, France and Ireland", not "England, Wales and Ireland". Wales was a princedom held by England and ruled by the King's eldest son, Prince of Wales. 
                                    
                                    I've also noticed sometimes you mixed first person an third. For example, when she meets the King and Queen, you say "I replied again as I gave a deep curtsy to their Royal Highnesses".Righ after that you say "Noticing HER Uncle and Aunt..."
                                    
                                    I like the fact you put the story of Ankarette, who was killed under the orders of Duke George. Also, the gossip that maids like to make is pretty accurate. I suggest you to read "The White Queen" by Philippa Gregory, it shows well the times of Margaret's childhood, the death of their parents and the ascension of her Uncle Richard. The same author is going to release a book about Margaret's Aunt Anne Neville, and it will show well both of Warwick's daughters. The book is "The Kingmaker's Daughter" and I think it will come out this year.
                                    
                                    BI think you started really well. It's not easy to place together Historical Facts like this. After you edit it, it will be really great! I'll keep reading =)
Wow, you have a good style for Historical Fiction. Now, just some small Historical corrections: Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, was executed 5 years before his daughter Isabel died of childbirth. (He died in 1471, she died at 1476), yet you showed him as if he was alive by the time of her death.
                                    
                                    One more thing: The official title of the King was "King of England, France and Ireland", not "England, Wales and Ireland". Wales was a princedom held by England and ruled by the King's eldest son, Prince of Wales. 
                                    
                                    I've also noticed sometimes you mixed first person an third. For example, when she meets the King and Queen, you say "I replied again as I gave a deep curtsy to their Royal Highnesses".Righ after that you say "Noticing HER Uncle and Aunt..."
                                    
                                    I like the fact you put the story of Ankarette, who was killed under the orders of Duke George. Also, the gossip that maids like to make is pretty accurate. I suggest you to read "The White Queen" by Philippa Gregory, it shows well the times of Margaret's childhood, the death of their parents and the ascension of her Uncle Richard. The same author is going to release a book about Margaret's Aunt Anne Neville, and it will show well both of Warwick's daughters. The book is "The Kingmaker's Daughter" and I think it will come out this year.
                                    
                                    BI think you started really well. It's not easy to place together Historical Facts like this. After you edit it, it will be really great! I'll keep reading =)
Wow, you have a good style for Historical Fiction. Now, just some small Historical corrections: Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, was executed 5 years before his daughter Isabel died of childbirth. (He died in 1471, she died at 1476), yet you showed him as if he was alive by the time of her death.
                                    
                                    One more thing: The official title of the King was "King of England, France and Ireland", not "England, Wales and Ireland". Wales was a princedom held by England and ruled by the King's eldest son, Prince of Wales. 
                                    
                                    I've also noticed sometimes you mixed first person an third. For example, when she meets the King and Queen, you say "I replied again as I gave a deep curtsy to their Royal Highnesses".Righ after that you say "Noticing HER Uncle and Aunt..."
                                    
                                    I like the fact you put the story of Ankarette, who was killed under the orders of Duke George. Also, the gossip that maids like to make is pretty accurate. I suggest you to read "The White Queen" by Philippa Gregory, it shows well the times of Margaret's childhood, the death of their parents and the ascension of her Uncle Richard. The same author is going to release a book about Margaret's Aunt Anne Neville, and it will show well both of Warwick's daughters. The book is "The Kingmaker's Daughter" and I think it will come out this year.
                                    
                                    BI think you started really well. It's not easy to place together Historical Facts like this. After you edit it, it will be really great! I'll keep reading =)
Wow, you have a good style for Historical Fiction. Now, just some small Historical corrections: Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, was executed 5 years before his daughter Isabel died of childbirth. (He died in 1471, she died at 1476), yet you showed him as if he was alive by the time of her death.
                                    
                                    One more thing: The official title of the King was "King of England, France and Ireland", not "England, Wales and Ireland". Wales was a princedom held by England and ruled by the King's eldest son, Prince of Wales. 
                                    
                                    I've also noticed sometimes you mixed first person an third. For example, when she meets the King and Queen, you say "I replied again as I gave a deep curtsy to their Royal Highnesses".Righ after that you say "Noticing HER Uncle and Aunt..."
                                    
                                    I like the fact you put the story of Ankarette, who was killed under the orders of Duke George. Also, the gossip that maids like to make is pretty accurate. I suggest you to read "The White Queen" by Philippa Gregory, it shows well the times of Margaret's childhood, the death of their parents and the ascension of her Uncle Richard. The same author is going to release a book about Margaret's Aunt Anne Neville, and it will show well both of Warwick's daughters. The book is "The Kingmaker's Daughter" and I think it will come out this year.
                                    
                                    BI think you started really well. It's not easy to place together Historical Facts like this. After you edit it, it will be really great! I'll keep reading =)
Wow, you have a good style for Historical Fiction. Now, just some small Historical corrections: Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, was executed 5 years before his daughter Isabel died of childbirth. (He died in 1471, she died at 1476), yet you showed him as if he was alive by the time of her death.
                                    
                                    One more thing: The official title of the King was "King of England, France and Ireland", not "England, Wales and Ireland". Wales was a princedom held by England and ruled by the King's eldest son, Prince of Wales. 
                                    
                                    I've also noticed sometimes you mixed first person an third. For example, when she meets the King and Queen, you say "I replied again as I gave a deep curtsy to their Royal Highnesses".Righ after that you say "Noticing HER Uncle and Aunt..."
                                    
                                    I like the fact you put the story of Ankarette, who was killed under the orders of Duke George. Also, the gossip that maids like to make is pretty accurate. I suggest you to read "The White Queen" by Philippa Gregory, it shows well the times of Margaret's childhood, the death of their parents and the ascension of her Uncle Richard. The same author is going to release a book about Margaret's Aunt Anne Neville, and it will show well both of Warwick's daughters. The book is "The Kingmaker's Daughter" and I think it will come out this year.
                                    
                                    BI think you started really well. It's not easy to place together Historical Facts like this. After you edit it, it will be really great! I'll keep reading =)
Wow, you have a good style for Historical Fiction. Now, just some small Historical corrections: Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, was executed 5 years before his daughter Isabel died of childbirth. (He died in 1471, she died at 1476), yet you showed him as if he was alive by the time of her death.
                                    
                                    One more thing: The official title of the King was "King of England, France and Ireland", not "England, Wales and Ireland". Wales was a princedom held by England and ruled by the King's eldest son, Prince of Wales. 
                                    
                                    I've also noticed sometimes you mixed first person an third. For example, when she meets the King and Queen, you say "I replied again as I gave a deep curtsy to their Royal Highnesses".Righ after that you say "Noticing HER Uncle and Aunt..."
                                    
                                    I like the fact you put the story of Ankarette, who was killed under the orders of Duke George. Also, the gossip that maids like to make is pretty accurate. I suggest you to read "The White Queen" by Philippa Gregory, it shows well the times of Margaret's childhood, the death of their parents and the ascension of her Uncle Richard. The same author is going to release a book about Margaret's Aunt Anne Neville, and it will show well both of Warwick's daughters. The book is "The Kingmaker's Daughter" and I think it will come out this year.
                                    
                                    BI think you started really well. It's not easy to place together Historical Facts like this. After you edit it, it will be really great! I'll keep reading =)