Monthly Archive: June 2014

Jun 25

Rosemary Morris Travels Back in Time

  Anna, Thank you for inviting me to be your guest. There is a gigantic canvas for a historical novelist to select from. I chose England in the reign of Queen Anne Stuart, 1702-1714 and the Regency, and (for an as yet unpublished novel) the reign of Edward II when it is said that ‘the flower …

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Jun 18

Medieval Influences On Modern Day Living by Elizabeth Rose

Thank you, Anna, for having me as your guest today. I’d like to start out by saying that I’ve always been intrigued by anything medieval. Castles, swords, knights, you name it. It has always peaked my interest. And through my years of research, I came to realize that our lives are influenced by things that …

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Jun 11

Berengaria Brown talks about Regency Romance

I loved history in school and have always enjoyed reading history text books, and biographies as well as historical fiction. Likely my favorite era is Regency England, thanks to an addiction to Georgette Heyer developed in my early teenage years, but I also enjoy medieval. One of the first biographies I read was of Queen …

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Jun 04

Set in Stone by Kae Elle Wheeler

I’m happy to welcome Kae Elle Wheeler as my guest today. Great to be here, Anna. Writing the Prequel, after the fact, means keep your details straight. The Alsace region of France is located on the eastern border and on the west bank of the upper Rhine adjacent to Germany and Switzerland.  You might find …

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