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Regency Book Reviews

The Why’s and How’s of Dialogue in the Digital Age

Say you’re scrolling down your Twitter feed, and you come across someone spouting something particularly opinionated, rude, or derogatory. Just a quick scan of their post reveals that it’s about something you heartily disagree with, and/or is expressed in such a prejudicial way that you immediately scroll past it. You think, “Why should I engage…

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Kiss of a Stranger

Bronchitis is not fun, people, but coming “back to life” afterwards is. I’m recovering from a bout of it. The week before, I nursed my kids through croup, pink eye, and a cold. From recent experience, therefore, I can tell you: coughing up a lung is not good, but regaining energy and rejoining civilization is…

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Book Review: Havencross, a Mysterious Regency Romance

I suspect that any book that takes place on the English moors and has a smidgeon of romance in it runs the risk of being compared to Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. Havencross by Julie Daines, because the moors feature prominently in its setting and  is a romance, could be compared to that classic book,…

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Book Reviews: Willowkeep and Winner’s Curse

I read three books this past week, and wrote the first 4,000 words of another one of mine.  So, forgive me if I review more than one book in this post: Willowkeep by Julie Daines and Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski. What Is Willowkeep About? It’s a Regency romance about a young woman who inherits a…

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