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[August 11, 2016]  I can’t resist Charles Frederick Worth’s beautiful gowns. The man was a genius when it came to women’s clothing. No wonder he has been called ‘the father of haute couture.’ Worth not only created some of the most beautiful evening gowns you’ll ever see, he also created wonderful clothing for during the […]

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[August 5, 2016] Even though I’m a Traditional Regency Romance writer, today I’m going to share with you fashions that started in the Victorian age and go well into the 20th century. I love Charles Frederick Worth’s beautiful gowns for women from numerous countries and that even included royalty. His fashions were so distinctive that […]

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[July 29, 2016] In doing research for this article, I found information on Regency Romance and Regency Historical Romance, and the difference between the two is rather interesting. Regency romances are actually a subgenre of Romance novels and are set in or near the British Regency (1811-1820) at the end of which time the Prince […]

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[July 21, 2016] Those of us who write or read Regency and other historical fiction occasionally come across some strange words for which we have to find the definition in order to get the full sense of what was written. George Heyer was not only a prolific author, she also had a certain amount of […]

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[July 14, 2016] It’s an interesting question. We have the original Pride and Prejudice with all of Jane Austen’s quirky humor and misunderstandings between Darcy and Elizabeth to enjoy, but why do we need more? For me, the original is not enough. Jane wrote a lot about the angst Darcy and Elizabeth suffered through most […]

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