There's a lovely review of Elfrida over at Queen Anne Boleyn Historical Writers. 'Elizabeth Norton does an outstanding job viewing Queen Elfrida's life objectively, and in doing so confirms some long-held beliefs, while dispelling many others' and 'Queen Anne Boleyn Historical Writers very highly recommends Elfrida'.
I loved writing about Elfrida. It was a considerable departure from the sixteenth century, which is the main focus of my research, but I previously studied Anglo-Saxon archaeology and have always been fascinated in the history of the period. Elfrida is also one of the most significant of medieval Englishwomen and her story deserves to be told.