Virginia Henley Message Board
jamie posts on 4/5/2006 11:53:06 PM
Mrs. Henley, have you ever considered writing a romance novel that takes place in the United States. Our history is also wondeful. I've been a huge fan for years!
Virginia Henley posts on 3/29/2006 3:44:56 PM
I sincerely believe that the best book I have written is A WOMAN OF PASSION, the story of Bess Hardwick. Since she was a real historical character, it is difficult to compare her with my fictional characters. I think my favorite hero and heroine are Black Ram Douglas and Flaming Tina Kennedy in TEMPTED.
Crystal posts on 3/29/2006 3:21:40 PM
Ms. Henley -- Out of all of your splendid novels, which would rank at the top of your list and who would you say is your favorite hero and heroine?
Bal posts on 3/27/2006 2:56:21 PM
Very strange that you did not check the spelling of fatimas letter.very strange that what Virginia Henley writes today was the political rambling of yesterday.Very strange that what political rambling today will be the history that Virginia might write tomorrow .
Bal posts on 3/27/2006 2:53:41 PM
Very strange that you did not check the spelling of fatimas letter.very strange that what Virginia Henley writes today was the political rambling of yesterday.Very strange that what political rambling today will be the history that Virginia might write tomorrow as history
Gemini posts on 3/24/2006 7:52:35 AM
Balgees. I like to give people unsolictited advice, so here goes---your grammar and spelling need some work and please post your political rambling somewhere else.
Balgees posts on 3/22/2006 8:04:26 PM
Why do political power rule our cultures
Why do missiles destroy innocent like vultures
Why are countries not left alone
Why do foreign troops go on sojourn
Why do parallel Governments allowed in the West
Why doesnt the West choose its own best
What is this crave for power and greed
Indeed in ethics of war a misdeed
I read in Virginia Henley,s novels
Everything is transient and the Tudor howls
Change of power so many killings
No mercy for the common mans feelings
In 1588..there was the Armada
In 1990 Desert storms Arabia
Was this all a farce for political gain
That another Henley will reveal in a historical chain
Copyright ©2006 Balgees Maine
Virginia Henley posts on 3/20/2006 7:14:33 PM
My next book has been moved up to be released in July. INFAMOUS is the story of Jory de Warenne and is a sequel to A YEAR AND A DAY.
Leisha posts on 3/20/2006 4:24:51 PM
Ms. Henley, do you have any new books to be released soon. Last I have is Unmasked. It was wonderful. Can't wait for more.
Virginia Henley posts on 3/17/2006 7:21:17 PM
Fate was not kind to Simon and Eleanor's children. Their daughter was imprisoned for three yrs. and kept from her husband. When they finally got together, she died in childbirth.
Their sons also died early. Guy won some battles in Italy, but publishers are reluctant to publish books that are not about English history.
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