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Catholic/Protestant Marriages During the Regency + “The Earl Claims His Comfort”

Catholic/ Protestant Weddings During the Regency Era On 25 March 1754, the Hardwicke Act went into effect in England. It was designed to prevent Clandestine Weddings (Read More on Clandestine Weddings HERE) and to force couples marrying in England to … Continue reading

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Twelfth Night Sale! 38 Titles from Regina Jeffers! December 26 – January 5!

Tomorrow, December 26, thirty-eight of my titles go on sale for my annual Twelfth Night Sale! The sale runs from December 26, 2019, to January 5, 2020.  Fill up your eReaders!!!! For the books for which I own the rights, … Continue reading

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Another Look at “Christmas at Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Holiday Vagary, Told Through the Eyes of All Who Knew It”

In January, I plan to re-release one of my earliest Pride and Prejudice mysteries, The Disappearance of Georgiana Darcy. I finally have my rights back to the books I published with Ulysses Press, and this novel is one of my … Continue reading

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Meet Author, Tabetha Waite

Today, it is with great pleasure to introduce you to Tabetha Waite, another of those who writes historicals set in late Georgian to the Victorian era. Tabetha and I are part of the Common Elements Romance Project.  The Common Elements … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at “Vampire Darcy’s Desire”

 In late 2009, at the height of the Twilight mania, Ulysses Press approached me regarding my writing a vampiric version of Pride and Prejudice. [Each book in the Twilight series was inspired by and loosely based on a different literary … Continue reading

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‘It was certainly a very remarkable coincidence!” – a Guest Post from Collins Hemingway

This post originally appeared on Austen Authors on October 3, 2019. The question is how do the main characters meet? And is “coincidence” and “compaction” necessary for writers? “It was certainly a very remarkable coincidence!”—Northanger Abbey. Writing from roughly 1795 … Continue reading

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“A Taste of Peanut Butter,” Jennifer Redlarczyk’s Latest JAFF Release + a Giveaway

I read this story on Sunday evening. I must say JAFF (Jane Austen Fan Fiction) Readers will adore the HEA (happily ever after) for ODC (our dear couple). Welcome, Jen.    A Taste of Peanut Butter Welcome to A Taste … Continue reading

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