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Tag: 18th Century

A Research Hook

I think I’ve mentioned before that one of the things I enjoy most about writing historical romance–besides the writing–is the research. Like Alice, I tumble down a rabbit hole, and stumble upon some truly wondrous things, like this piece I discovered on my foray into London’s 18th century Vauxhall Pleasure Garden … Enjoy my friends. …

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Teaser Tuesday – Deportment

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Teaser Tuesday – Greater Reserve

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Thought Thursday – Common Recovery

If you read Historical Romance, especially Britain-set Romance featuring Dukes, Marquesses, Earls, and the like, you’re likely familiar with settlements and entails, or the way the aristocracy preserved their hold on land, and thus wealth, by preparing sometimes strict legalese restricting the sale of property and limiting who could inherit said property upon the current …

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