I’m really excited to let you know I’ve been invited by The English Speaking Union to present a Lecture Tour in the US in the early part of 2020. I’ll be visiting branches across the southern states, meeting the wonderful members and giving talks on my books and the historical context – especially around the Tower of London, Lydiard Park and the lives of my ancestors. For full details go to my events page: http://www.elizabethjstjohn.com/events/
A word about the Lecture Series Sponsor:
The English-Speaking Union of the United States was created to fulfill a mission. It was formally organized in the United States in 1920, two years after the establishment of its counterpart in Britain, the ESU of the British Commonwealth, and arose from the conviction of its founder, Sir Evelyn Wrench and a group of like-minded American and British friends, that maintenance of the close personal and national ties forged during World War I was necessary for the preservation of peace. Sir Evelyn firmly believed that given the opportunity to know one another personally, people who shared a common language would soon discover that they also shared similar values, whatever their differences in nationality or background.