Tag Archives: Regency romance

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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Celebrating the Release of “His American Heartsong” with an Excerpt + a Giveaway

Dear Readers, At your request, I created Lawrence Lowery’s story. In my Realm series, you first met Sir Carter’s older brother Lawrence in A Touch of Velvet when the future baron came to Linton Park at the request of Viscount … Continue reading

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Whuppity Scoorie?

So what is Whuppity Scoorie? It is a unique celebration of spring taking place in Lanark (on the east bank of the River Clyde), Scotland. On March 1, youngsters take part in the ancient custom of “Whuppity Scoorie.” They gather in … Continue reading

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The Rame Head or Cornwall’s “Forgotten Corner”

Rame Head is a coastal headland, southwest of the village of Rame in southeast Cornwall, United Kingdom. The area plays a prominent role in my Regency romance, The First Wives’ Club, which recently received an honorable mention in SOLA’s Seventh Annual Dixie … Continue reading

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New Interview with Austen Author, Regina Jeffers

Posted previously on the Historical Hussies Blog  Q: What genre or sub-genre do you write? Why did you choose this genre? A: I write Jane Austen adaptations/sequels, as well as Regency Romance. As far as the Jane Austen books, my … Continue reading

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