The Speckled Monster in Regency Society ~ Guest Post by Shirley Raye Redmond

While enjoying Regency romances with their witty dialogue and ton parties, one seldom considers the dark and often fatal shadow which loomed over those that lived during that time period—small pox, often referred to as “the speckled monster.” The disease…

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Life in the Big House: Doing Time in the Regency Era

What’s all the fuss about The Bargain? Download for Free. || Free on Amazon || Free on BN || Free on Itunes || Free on Smashwords || Paperback on Amazon Criminals today have it easy. Cable TV. Internet access. Three…

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Run Elizabeth Bennet! The Zombies are Coming

Vanessa here, Seems like a long time since we last spoke. I’ve missed you all. Lately I’ve been think about Elizabeth Bennet. Yes, Mr. and Mrs. Bennet’s second eldest daughter. What if I were to bump in to Elizabeth on…

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The Natural Look ~ cosmetic trends in the Regency, by Susan Karsten

If you were a young lady during the late 1960s -1970s, you put up with the domination of the bare-faced aesthetic that ruled our beauty efforts. To this day, at the beauty shop, I am asked if I am okay…

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Gerard’s red and black scarf

Camy/Camille here! As I write this blog post, I’m working on finishing “The Spinster’s Christmas,” a new Regency romance short novel that will be included in the upcoming Inspy Kisses anthology, Mistletoe Kisses. The anthology features 7 other authors with…

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