Delving into the historical background and the settings for my stories is an important part of my writing process. If you share my fascination, here are some links to follow.
~ Expanded handouts for my presentation on Pregnancy and Childbirth for the Historical Author
~ “An Interesting Condition”, my article on pregnancy and childbirth during the Regency (originally published in the Regency Plume)
~ Background for Lord Langdon’s Kiss (Napoleonic era cavalry and the South Downs of England)
~ Background for The Incorrigible Lady Catherine (The Lake District, Ullswater, Derwent, Castlerigg Stone Circle, Aira Force)
~ Background for The Redwyck Charm (Opera dancers, the Cotswolds)
~ Background for Saving Lord Verwood (Brighton and Cornwall, seal rescues, quoits and fogous)
~ Background for Lady Dearing’s Masquerade (Masquerades at the Pantheon Theatre, London’s Foundling Hospital, Kent)
~ Background for Fly with a Rogue (The Rifle Brigade, Waterloo, ballooning, Norfolk)
~ “People do not die of little trifling colds” (Cold remedies during the Regency)
~ What’s Haute, What’s Not (on fashion)
~ What’s Haute, What’s Not, Part II (on fashion)
~ What everyone thinks is true… Part I (on pregnancy and childbirth)
~ What everyone thinks is true… Part II (on pregnancy and childbirth)
~ What everyone thinks is true… Part III (on pregnancy and childbirth)
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