Category Archives: Regency era

Georgian Era Commerce – Part II: The West India Docks and the London Docks

This is the second part of a look at the commercial trades during the Georgian Era. If you missed part one, you will find it HERE.  The cargo-handling docks of the early 1800s included the West India Dock, the London … Continue reading

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Writing Historical Fiction? Should You Use That Particular Word?

I admit it: I am a bit of a word geek. I am fascinated with how words came into the English language. Some words make sense in their derivation, and others not so much so. Below are some of the … Continue reading

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Winner of an Audiobook of “Code of the Heart” from Jacki Delecki

Congratulations go out to Juanita Dacuir, who won an audiobook of “Code of the Heart” from Jacki Delecki. 

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Jude Knight: “I Blame the Plot Elves” + a Giveaway of “A Baron for Becky”

Today, I would like to welcome a dear friend, Jude Knight to the blog. After a career in commercial writing, editing, and publishing, Jude returned to her first love: fiction. She claims to love capable, determined heroines, and heroes who appreciate … Continue reading

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How Austen Changes Up the “Courtship Novel”

Earlier, we examine Austen’s art in the “courtship novel,” specifically in Pride and Prejudice.”Here we see that Jane Austen’s portrayal of courtship differs from that of many courtship novels written throughout the eighteenth century: in Austen’s novels, instead of submitting … Continue reading

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The Making of a Book Trailer + a Giveaway of an Audiobook of “A Code of the Heart”

I wish to welcome back to the blog, Jacki Delecki. Descended from a long line of storytellers, Jacki spins adventures filled with suspense, healing, and romance. Jacki’s love affair with the arts began at a young age and inspired her to train … Continue reading

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A Jury Trial in Regency England as a Plot Point in “The Prosecution of Mr. Darcy’s Cousin”

When I was writing my latest cozy mystery, The Prosecution of Mr. Darcy’s Cousin, I spent many hours in research on the Regency era court system for a long trial scene occurs within the book. Correct verbiage and procedures were … Continue reading

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