Category Archives: Regency

Why none of my Regency characters will ever visit the dentist

I’ve been a little quieter than usual for the last few months due to some health issues. Perhaps most frustratingly, the migraines and exhaustion have prevented me from writing. The good news is that I received a diagnosis a couple … Continue reading

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Horse Guards – not just for flirting

When researching A Minor Inconvenience, I found some fun little snippets of information about the Horse Guards building where Hugh spends his days working and being flirted with by Rifles colonels. Well, just the one Rifles colonel, really. A coffeehouse … Continue reading

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Wake-up call

In an attempt to distract myself from the heat over here (I know at least half of the world is laughing at the UK’s idea of a heatwave, but believe me, it’s more than hot enough for me), I’ve been … Continue reading

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Clothing the nether regions of military gentlemen

Firstly, a quick catch-up on The Unforgiving Minute. The lovely Skylar M Cates recently hosted me and posed some interesting questions about the characters. The book also received a delightful 4.5 star review from Live your life, buy the book. … Continue reading

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Cross-species love

I’ve been reading up on nineteenth century English thoroughbreds for the piece I’m currently working on, and have stumbled across some lovely little anecdotes about horses with non-equine best friends. There was Lanercost, whose best friend, a dog, was so … Continue reading

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