Malyn Bromfield has worked in education for many years, teaching history, English and religious education at secondary level. She has been fascinated by the Tudor period most of her life, and this has influenced her choice of subject for her first novel. She was placed in the first six in a BBC3 writing competition, End of Story, and further developed her writing skills through an Open University course. She lives in West Yorkshire.
Mayflowers for November (Endeavour Media, 2016)
A sensational novel depicting Anne Boleyn's dramatic downfall through the eyes of a servant in the court of Henry the Eighth.
" ... A unique take on the life and death of one of England’s most notorious royal figures ... a triumph for Malyn Bromfield." The Tudor Enthusiast.