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  1. Helena Doherty profile image80
    Helena Dohertyposted 23 months ago

    I have written a Hub about Anne Boylen and would like to have it published in the category about English History. How can I make this happen?

    1. tsmog profile image84
      tsmogposted 23 months agoin reply to this

      Searching the Topic Tree may be easier? than using the Topic queue at the Hub. The topic queue is subcategories or levels and can be cumbersome to hunt with. The Topic Tree you can scroll through all the Topics and then subtopics. Then notate the step-by-step to use at the queue at the Hub to assign a category. You can find it at this link: HubPages Topic Tree. Once opened maybe save in a folder for future reference.

      Notation: I searched and do not see an English History or Anne Boylen topic/subtopic

      For instance exploring it you will see this transition . . .

      Main Topic - Books, Literature, Writing
      Subtopic - Literature

      Within that are many choices like English literature, French literature, and etc. Those will have subtopics like for English Literature there is:

      The works of Charles Dickens
      The works of Geoffrey Chaucer
      The works of Jane Autsin

      You can use the browser search or find function to look about for a Hub Assignment too.

    2. SheilaMilne profile image95
      SheilaMilneposted 23 months agoin reply to this

      It comes under Education & Science:
      HubPages»Education and Science»History & Archaeology»History of Europe»History of England

      1. Helena Doherty profile image80
        Helena Dohertyposted 23 months agoin reply to this

        Thanks for all the good advice. I have it published under English History now. This is the first time I've had something published in Hub Pages. I chose to write about Anne initially because I wanted to make the connection between Catherine's death in January and Anne's execution in May. This then led on to something about the situation of young women at the Tudor court and Henry of course and his insecure grip on the throne.

  2. JJ McHale profile image60
    JJ McHaleposted 23 months ago

    Interesting historical figure to choose.  You might want to spell her name correctly: " Anne Boleyn"

    1. Helena Doherty profile image80
      Helena Dohertyposted 23 months agoin reply to this

      Sorry about the spelling. I did spell it properly in my hub. Brain freeze.