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Aspects of the author of The Regency Redingote

The Regency Redingote Is Retired

Eleven years and one day ago, I posted the first article for The Regency Redingote here. Earlier this year, I retired and I have decided that this is an auspicious day on which to retire The Regency Redingote. This will … Continue reading

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Regency Bicentennial:   The Death of Princess Charlotte

This coming Monday marks a sad Regency bicentennial, for Princess Charlotte died on that day in 1817. But this tragic event was not just the heartbreaking loss of a young mother and her child in childbirth, it was also the … Continue reading

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Announcing Kathryn Kane — Romance

Today, I am pleased to announce the debut of my new blog, Kathryn Kane — Romance. This new blog will be devoted to all aspects of my favorite recreational activity, romance novels. Many of you may be wondering why I … Continue reading

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Deflowering Daisy — Release Date:  10 July 2014

My first Regency romance novel, Deflowering Daisy, will be released as an eBook publication this Thursday, 10 July 2014. Though I have published a few academic articles in the past, and regularly publish articles on Regency history here at the … Continue reading

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Regency Bicentennial Eve

Today is indeed New Year’s Eve, but it is a very special New Year’s Eve, since it is the eve of the first day of 2011. And 2011 is exactly two hundred years after 1811, the year in which the … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Regency Bicentennials

The decade of the English Regency is my favorite period in history, bar none. Period. It is a tiny slice of time between the rougher, cruder eighteenth century and the repressively straight-laced Victorian age. England was still mainly rural, most … Continue reading

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Historical Romance or Costume Fantasy?

In the past few weeks I have happened upon several online book reviews and blog posts by readers of historical novels. I was very surprised to read some of them taking exception to the efforts of the authors of the … Continue reading

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