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About reginajeffers

Regina Jeffers is the award-winning author of Austenesque, Regency and contemporary novels.

A Fascinating Flight into the Unknown, a Guest Post from Heather King

A Fascinating Flight into the Unknown ~ Hot-Air Balloons When I start a new novel or even a blog post, I am prone to falling down research rabbit holes in the pursuit of historical fact. With my most recent release, … Continue reading

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Birthing Twins in the Regency + Release of “The Earl Claims His Comfort”

Do you adore cute babies as much as I? What about twins? Twins run in my husband’s family. Thankfully, we did not experience twins directly, but his sister and our second son both did. As a 70-year-old grandmother, I enjoy … Continue reading

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Conjugal Beneath the Fraternal: Jane Austen’s Understanding of Love, a Guest Post from Kyra C. Kramer

This scholarly piece appeared on Austen Authors on September 17, 2017. I brought it over here so more people could enjoy it. Conjugal Beneath the Fraternal: Jane Austen’s Understanding of Love  In her third novel, Mansfield Park, Jane Austen explains … Continue reading

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Georgian Garden Adornments & Embellishments, a Guest Post from Sharon Lathan

Today, I have stolen one of my good friend’s post from Austen Authors to share with you. Sharon Lathan loves research as much as I, so you should enjoy this piece on Georgian Gardens, originally posted on May 16, 2016. … Continue reading

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A Modest Proposal: Might the Spinster Have Married?, a Guest Post from Collins Hemingway

Earlier, Mr. Hemingway looked at Jane Austen’s romantic attachments. Today, he takes a different slant. (Note: Both posts have appeared previously on Austen Authors.) As reported in last month’s blog about Jane Austen’s romantic attachments, biographers dutifully recount the story … Continue reading

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The Growth of Hampstead in 19th Century England

Hampstead is one of the villages that surrounded 19th Century London, but the village was founded long before that time. Founded during the Anglo-Saxon period, its name translates to “homestead.” Early records shows a grant by King Ethelred the Unready … Continue reading

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Inheriting a Peerage + Release of “The Earl Claims His Comfort”

Inheriting a Peerage During the Regency The manner in which a peerage is passed from one generation to the next depends upon how it was created. A peerage/title can be created by a writ of summons, which means the individual … Continue reading

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