Contest Winner and A Peek at the Handmade Dress on the Cover of Moonlight Masquerade

We have a winner! The winner of our Moonlight Masquerade contest for a $25 Amazon gift card is: Melissa! Who correctly answered last Friday’s question about where Napoleon escaped from in 1815. If you’re wondering whether you answered your questions…

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Biblical Aspects of Moonlight Masquerade, new book by Ruth Axtell!

{To celebrate Moonlight Masquerade, we’re running a special week-long contest. Through Friday, March 22, we’ll feature Regency quiz questions at the end of each post. To enter the contest, you’ll need to correctly answer the questions in the comment section below. For…

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Cayenne Pepper Laced Chocolate: An Interview with Ruth Axtell

Vanessa here. While I wait for Ruth to arrive, let me remind you what’s going on this week at Regency Reflections. To celebrate Moonlight Masquerade, we’re running a special week-long contest. Starting today through next Friday, March 22, we’ll feature…

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Napoleonic Wars

To celebrate Moonlight Masquerade, we’re running a special week-long contest. Starting today through next Friday, March 22, we’ll feature Regency quiz questions at the end of each post. To enter the contest, you’ll need to correctly answer the questions in…

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Moonlight Masquerade: A Regency Novel by Ruth Axtell

I’m excited to introduce a new Regency novel today. It’s entitled Moonlight Masquerade and written by Regency Reflection’s own Ruth Axtell.   To celebrate Moonlight Masquerade, we’re running a special week-long contest. Starting today through next Friday, March 22, we’ll…

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Silk in the Regency and Its Connection to Computing

Inspired by Kristi’s post on wool last week, I set out to choose another fabric popular during the Regency—silk. While researching this topic, however, I ended up down several fascinating rabbit holes. For example, did you know that a silk…

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A Dandy in Sheep’s Clothing – Wool in the Regency

Kristi here. Let’s take a moment and play a word association game. I’ll give you a word and you describe the first mental image that word brings forth. Ready? Wool. For me, I think of nubby socks and thick sweaters….

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