Category Archives: Regency era

Vicars and Rectors and Livings, a Guest Post from Elaine Owen

(As there was much interest on my recent post on the Clergy during the Regency era, I thought this perspective from Elaine Owen might also assist in clarifying the differences. It first appeared on the Austen Authors’ blog on 3 … Continue reading

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Recording of Births in the Church of England During the Regency

See Monday’s post on Churching of Women for how woman were treated after childbirth in the Church of England in many Western religions. “Churching” involved a celebration welcoming women back into the church/religion after they had given birth, even if … Continue reading

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“The Mistress of Rosings Park” Has Arrived!

Today, my latest book baby takes its first breath. I am hoping my faithful readers will enjoy this latest tale of Jane Austen Fan Fiction. Before I share an excerpt, permit me to give you some of the background. First, … Continue reading

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Linen Drapers During the Regency Era + a Teaser from “The Mistress of Rosings Park” You MUST Read + a Giveaway

Cloth manufacturing was one of the first industries in Great Britain. Wool and cotton fabrics were available with some ease. Cotton printed muslin was often found upon the backs of people of the age. By the end of the Regency … Continue reading

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Female Inheritance and the Release of “The Mistress of Rosings Park” + a Giveaway

Under English law, women were subordinate to their husbands. It was expected that the woman was under the “protection and influence of her husband, her baron, or lord.” The law stated the old adage of “two shall become one.” She … Continue reading

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When Was a Presentation of a “Living” Not for Life? + Release of “The Mistress of Rosings Park” + a Giveaway

One of my editors for The Mistress of Rosings Park presented me a question that I thought I should address to all, not just to her. In my story, Mr. Darcy assumes control of Rosings Park after the death of … Continue reading

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December 24, 1814, the Treaty of Ghent, Ending the Last War Between the United States and the UK

On December 24, 1814, British and American diplomates signed the Treaty of Ghent, bringing about an end to the War of 1812, the only war in which America and the United Kingdom took aim at each other. In the War of … Continue reading

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My Annual Twelfth Night Sale! Regency Romance/Suspense at Its Best! December 26, 2020, through January 5, 2021

On the upcoming Saturday, December 26, twenty-three of my non-JAFF titles go on sale for my annual Twelfth Night Sale! The sale runs from December 26, 2020, to January 5, 2021.  Fill up your eReaders!!!! All books will be between … Continue reading

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Upcoming Twelfth Night Sale!!! Jane Austen Fan Fiction at its Best!!! December 26, 2020, through January 5, 2021

On the upcoming Saturday, December 26, twenty-one of my Jane Austen Fan Fiction titles go on sale for my annual Twelfth Night Sale! The sale runs from December 26, 2020, to January 5, 2021.  Fill up your eReaders!!!! For the … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Release of “The Colonel’s Spinster: A Tragic Characters in Classic Lit Series Novel” from Author, Audrey Harrison

Today, I welcome another of the authors involved in the Tragic Characters in Classic Lit Series. Where I took up the tale of the Sheriff of Nottingham in I Shot the Sheriff and Lindsay Downs “transformed” Frankenstein in his The … Continue reading

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