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How Much Research for Historical Romance? – Guest Post by Regan Walker, Author of Wind Raven

I have been asked many times how much research I do—how much I believe is necessary—for historical romance. I suppose the answer depends on whether you want to write a “wallpaper” historical romance, one that is generally set in an era with a few nods to what the clothes and setting look like, or a… Continue reading How Much Research for Historical Romance? – Guest Post by Regan Walker, Author of Wind Raven

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Christmas Traditions in Regency England – Guest Post by Regan Walker, Author of The Twelfth Night Wager

Christmas in Regency England, during 1811 to 1820 when Prince George ruled as Prince Regent, was a more subtle celebration than the one we observe today. To my way of thinking, perhaps they were better for it. Christmastide, as they called the season, began with Christmas Eve and continued to Twelfth Night, or January 5th,… Continue reading Christmas Traditions in Regency England – Guest Post by Regan Walker, Author of The Twelfth Night Wager

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Valentines in Regency England, Guest Post by Regan Walker

I’m delighted to welcome back Regan Walker as my guest here today! Don’t forget to comment for a chance to win in Regan’s giveaway! Though St. Valentine’s Day has been celebrated for a very long time, the Valentine’s Day cards we send today, and their romantic precursors with pictures, real lace and ribbons, didn’t really… Continue reading Valentines in Regency England, Guest Post by Regan Walker

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Interview with Regan Walker, Author of The Holly and The Thistle

Tell us a little about your current release. The latest is a short story for Christmas: The Holly & The Thistle,  set in London in 1818 and includes a lot of the Regency Christmastide traditions, so I tell people you can spend Christmas in Regency London and fall in love with a Highlander. The name… Continue reading Interview with Regan Walker, Author of The Holly and The Thistle