The sole aim of THE REGENCY PLUME is to enrich the reader's knowledge of the Regency period
and to aid authors who are setting books within that time frame in their quest for historical accuracy. If you are a
published author, aspiring writer or Regency romance fan who yearns to know more about what life was like in England or Ireland,
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All articles published in THE REGENCY PLUME are well-researched and documented with the author's sources.
The factual and entertaining articles are written by such favorite Regency romance authors as Mary Jo Putney,
Jo Beverley, Emily Hendrickson, Shannon Donnelly, Gail Eastwood, Jo Ann Ferguson, Elizabeth Boyle, Margaret Evans Porter,
June Calvin, Anne Barbour, Barbara Miller, Sheri Cobb South, Shirley Kennedy, Lynn Collum, Jeanne Savery, Alissa Baxter, Victoria
Hinshaw, Jo Manning, Cheryl Bolen, Marilyn Clay, and many others.
Articles cover such interesting topics as the Season and court presentation, Almacks, London town homes, correct title
usage, Regency period books and magazines, clothing, dances, the hunt, theatre and the opera, cosmetics and remedies,
daily life, the Napoleonic war, travel during the Regency, carriages, horse racing, and much, much more. Many articles
feature rare period illustrations. In addition, you'll find bios of all your favorite Regency personalities,
such as the Prince Regent, Lord Byron, Beau Brummell, the Duke of Wellington, the famous Duke of Devonshire--the most sought-after
bachelor in the realm, the Almack Patronesses, Lord Nelson and Emma, and many others.
Each issue of THE REGENCY PLUME also lists every new Regency romance novel published in that two-month
period, with previews of many. To view a complete index to all articles published during the past 16 years
in THE REGENCY PLUME Newsletter, click on the Back Issue Article Index headings on the left.
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