Recommendations

Writing Links
Romance Writers of America
Invaluable to the romance writer
The Beaumonde
RWA’s online Regency chapter
Charlotte Dillon’s Writers’ Resources
An amazing compilation of links and advice for romance writers
Regency Links
The Republic of Pemberley
My home online. If you’re obsessed with Jane, this one’s for you
The Georgian Index
Lots of information on Georgian England
The Regency Collection
Anne Woodley’s wonderful page of Regency info
Two Nerdy History Girls
Susan Holloway Scott and Loretta Chase provide historical nuggets
The Beau Monde Blog
Beau Monde authors blog about the Regency and their work
Romance Reading Links
Rakehell
A classy review site devoted exclusively to the Regency
All About Romance
The most comprehensive romance site on the web, in my opinion
Heroes and Hearbreakers
Blogs, original short stories, excerpts. Lots of content. Lots of fun
Books for Research
Jane Austen and the Clergy
The heroine of Just Say Yes is a vicar’s daughter. This has been a teriffic resource
Crime, Justice, and Discretion in England 1740-1820
A lucid discussion of crime and the legal system.
Life in the Georgian City
Unfortunately, out of print. If you find it, grab it
The British Stable
Detailed documentation, gorgeous photographs
Flunkeys and Scullions
Life Below Stairs in Georgian England
Books for Fun
Silk is for Seduction
Loretta Chase’s latest. And one of her best.
My Lord and Spymaster
The first of Joanna Bourne’s books — read them all!
The Lost Recipe for Happiness
My favorite of Barbara O’Neal’s books
Naked in Death
J. D. Robb. Okay, so I’m late to the party. But these books are addictive. Naked is the first.
 

 

 

 

 

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