It’s nearly impossible to unlearn the way one looks at the world. In this post, I discuss how it is hard to understand the Regency Era without Victorian morality influencing our views.
Years ago, a young second-son put his love on the line and was rebuffed by a woman and her ducal dad. Will Bow Street’s knighted investigator, Sir Brook Derring, rescue the woman by whom he was spurned?
What was outerwear like in the late 18th and early 19th centuries? I look at some definitions and show some illustrations I found. I like being able to imagine what a character is wearing when I read a book.
Imagine you wake up in another person’s life — 200 years in the future.
Jane, whose life is contemporaneous to Jane Austen’s life, wakes up in the 21st Century. Life lessons, and scrutiny of the differences and similarities of life then and now are interestingly and amusingly explored.
Regency Romance, The Prince Regent. You might see it a lot but what’s the signicifcance of “the Regency?” Why was there a regent, when and who cares? Wot? Wot?
SAY YES TO THE DUKE House of Brady by Kieran Kramer St. Martins Press August 27, 2013 Personal Property Mass Market Paperback and Ebook formats 365 pages CAN A SCANDALOUS BEGINNING… Janice Sherwood wants to marry for love, but she’s failed to make a match after two Seasons. Her parents, the Marquess and […]