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GUEST BLOG: The Regency in England Wasn’t All You Think by Chris Nickson Plus Giveaway!

Hear the word ‘Regency’ – a period that more or less the first 25 years of the 19th century - and people immediately imagine Jane Austen. Gentlemen with fortunes in need of...

GUEST BLOG: Women Geologists of the 19th Century in England by Alissa Baxter Plus Giveaway!

The Earl’s Lady Geologist features a lady geologist, Cassandra Linfield, who lives in Lyme Regis during the Regency period. I was intrigued a few years ago when I stumbled across an article...

4 STAR REVIEW: SONS OF PEMBERLEY by Elizabeth Adams

What if Lady Anne Darcy was alive to meet Elizabeth Bennet? A sweeping tale of tragedy, devotion, and betrayal—spanning over 25 years and two generations—this family saga explores the life Fitzwilliam Darcy would...

INTERVIEW: With Elizabeth Adams on SONS OF PEMBERLEY With Giveaway!

We are delighted to welcome historical fiction author Elizabeth Adams. Ms. Adams is an avid admirer of Jane Austen and has written many novels reimagining Pride and Prejudice—including the novel we will...

GUEST BLOG: Imitation and Identity by Elizabeth Rasche

Writers are so often advised to “write the sort of book you love to read.” As a Jane Austen fan, I have often wished she had lived to write more books. It...

4-STAR REVIEW: SHELLEY AND THE UNKNOWN LADY by Lona Manning

Release Date: October 5, 2020 Percy Bysshe Shelley’s brief and turbulent life was as passionate and haunting as his poetry. Romantic, idealistic and impulsive, Shelley had several intense love affairs. When Shelley drowned at sea,...

5-STAR REVIEW : ELIZABETH: OBSTINATE HEADSTRONG GIRL By The Quill Collective

Narrator: Elizabeth Grace Audiobook Release Date: August 31, 2020 “Obstinate, headstrong girl!” For over 200 years, the heroine of Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet has enchanted and inspired readers by being that “obstinate, headstrong girl”...

GUEST BLOG: Lona Manning on Percy Shelley and the Unknown Lady

The very night before London for the continent, a married lady of fashion, young, handsome, rich and nobly connected, called upon him, and avowed that was her ideal of everything...
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