To Ruin a Lady is Quite Fun

Helloooo, thank you to the Regency authors for letting me join your lovely group. My first Regency is releasing from Love Inspired Historical in September and it was a hoot to write. So much so that I’m at work on…

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A Proper Prodigal, Regency Short Story (Part 2) ~ by Susan Karsten

A Proper Prodigal (Part 2) A Regency Short Story ~ by Susan Karsten  Upon awakening the next morning Virginia lay back with her fingertips laced behind her head. She’d just woken up from a dream. One of those that replayed…

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A Proper Prodigal, Regency Short Story (part 1) ~ by Susan Karsten

   “Miss Virginia!” The dubious butler called – nay bellowed – her name. Virginia Mortimer jumped at the stentorian tones. She’d asked for the summons, but it hadn’t been necessary. It seemed she’d hardly slept at all. She’d been up…

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The Men of Pride & Prejudice and A Chance to Win

In my ruminations on the male characters in Pride & Prejudice, I first decided I might discuss them from the least important (in my eyes) to the most important, Mr. Darcy, of course. Or perhaps, I would discuss them from…

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Interview and Give-A-Way ~ Regina Scott

Interview with Regency author Regina Scott.   Episode II of The Bargain ||Buy at Amazon Veteran Regency writer Regency Regina Scott stopped by to tell us a little about her writing journey, as well as her love for regencies. Regina’s…

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On Courtship

Whoever thinks romance and love matches didn’t exist before the 20th century ignores a lot of evidence to the contrary. If women of all strata of society from seamstresses to young ladies of the ton read novels which featured heroines…

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