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Royal Central's Oskar Aanmoen's new book: spotlight on a forgotten king, Karl XV

Royal Central’s Europe Correspondent, Oskar Aanmoen, has had a busy year. As well as covering the continent’s royal families in a time of unprecedented challenges, he’s also been completing a brand new book. Oskar, who has already published five books, is now proud to present his latest work – on King Karl XV who ruled Norway and Sweden in the 19th century. Although…
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INTERVIEW: Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie speaks to Royal Central

It’s the book everyone is talking about right now, and a week after its release, Finding Freedom by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand is topping bestseller lists and dominating the royal conversation on social media. Readers are taken through the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Sussexes’ journey, but even if they’ve found “freedom,” this is a story where no one…
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A conversation with The Heir Affair authors Jessica Morgan and Heather Cocks

When The Royal We, the 2015 bestseller from Jessica Morgan and Heather Cocks (aka The Fug Girls) was released, fans ate up the story of Bex, an American study abroad student who marries Nick, second-in-line to the British throne. The Will-and-Kate-esque royal couple (along with a ginger brother named Freddie and a Pippa-like sister named Lacey) have now returned in The Heir Affair, the…
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Henry VIII reimagined: An interview with Wife After Wife author Olivia Hayfield

Pull Henry VIII out of the Tudor era and make him a media king in modern-day London and you’ve got the premise of Olivia Hayfield’s new novel, Wife After Wife. Spanning from 1980s London to the present day, the book tells the story of Harry Rose, head of the Rose Corporation (think Virgin) and his many unfortunate relationships. Hayfield, who said she pondered how a man like Henry…
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