Barbara Cartland’s “Curse of the Clan” Set in 1822

Dame Barbara Cartland wrote over 723 books.  Known for setting her novels in the Victorian era, she was an exceptionally popular novelist, peaking in the 1970s.  (I remember my mother reading her novels.)  After recently picking up two Cartland books at a…

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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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Blast from the Past: Marion Chesney’s Regency novels

Hi all, Susan Karsten here! …Back from an absence of about four months (that pesky tax job). Since I enjoy Camy’s posts on older regency books so much, I am bringing you info about a book, and its author, and…

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Titles from my Favorite Regency Writer, by Susan Karsten

Look at this: || Buy AudioBook || Buy at Pelican ||Buy at Amazon ||Buy at iTunes ||Buy at BN ||Buy at CBD Hi, Regency fans! I got into reading regency fiction when my children were young. I needed something enjoyable,…

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Love Everlasting, Part 1 ~ A Regency Short Story by Laurie Alice Eakes

Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamor, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice: And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you….

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Spiritual Truths Abound in “The Soldier’s Secrets”

Hi, all! Susan Karsten here…I’m bringing insights on the spiritual themes found in        “The Soldier’s Secrets” the latest release by our own dear Naomi Rawlings. Not only does author Naomi Rawlings deliver a compelling read with this historical…

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Little Known Tidbits about the French Revolution

Hi Everyone, Naomi here with another giveaway today to celebrate the release of The Soldier’s Secrets. I’m also doing a little history lesson about a very fascinating part of the Georgian and Regency years–or at least, I find it to…

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Heroine Rescued from Fruitless Vanity by Regency Hero! “A Heart’s Rebellion”

Lovely heroine, Jessamine Barry, daughter of a vicar no less, is tempted, and gives in to vanity when she allows a flattering knave to draw her away from her standards. You may have noted my journalistic headline-style title, and the…

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