I was chatting with a friend the other day about different books on the Wars of the Roses and I realized that one of the reason I started this blog was just to get a chance to converse with other people who have similar historical interests. (In “real” (non-virtual) life I don’t have any friends who are into the Wars of the Roses.) She made a comment that sometimes she would go and hang out on the AnneBoleyn Files forums just to talk to other Tudor history buffs.
I don’t know of any Wars of the Roses forums, so I thought I’d set some up on this website. I figure that the forums can be used from everyone from researchers to swap reading ideas to people who want to debate who killed the princes in the tower or discuss Philippa Gregory’s books. Feel free to use the forums as it suits.
I also set up some Game of Thrones forums. I guess the big difference between these and Westeros’ forums are that these forums might attract people who are specifically into the historical aspects of Wars of the Roses.
Lots of you have theories about the historical origins of Game of Thrones or how the show will end. Questions like “Who is Jon Snow and is he really Ned Stark’s son?” are fun to discuss. Feel free to post your thoughts to the forums and talk to each other.