Research Adventures: 18th Century English Law

Researching legal process in rural 18th century England (for which purpose may I recommend Dalton’s Country Justice) and I’ve found that at the time (1747), the spelling Magna Charta was more commonly used (source: google ngram), though Magna Carta has now become almost universally standard (as far as I’m aware). I just know that if … More Research Adventures: 18th Century English Law

Book Release Day: The Two Lords of Wealdhant Manor

It’s book release day for The Two Lords of Wealdhant Manor, available in both print and ebook format! Grab it at the promotional release price of $1.99 through Sunday! Now available on Amazon! Algernon Clarke risked everything investing in new technologies, but the collapse of his investments has brought him to the brink of ruin. Just … More Book Release Day: The Two Lords of Wealdhant Manor

Book Release Day: An Unusual Courtship

It’s book release day for An Unusual Courtship, available in both print and ebook format! Percival Valentine is delighted by the arrival of new neighbours in the sleepy provincial town of Linston. Swiftly befriending the fashionable trio of Londoners, Percival sets out to court the elegant Miss Bolton, but soon comes to realise that he … More Book Release Day: An Unusual Courtship

An Unusual Courtship available for Pre-Order

Percival Valentine is delighted by the arrival of new neighbours in the sleepy provincial town of Linston. Swiftly befriending the fashionable trio of Londoners, Percival sets out to court the elegant Miss Bolton, but soon comes to realise that he is being courted instead by the charming but secretive Mr. Everett. As Percival begins to … More An Unusual Courtship available for Pre-Order

People of Color in Regency England: Research Post

Trying to come up with a general estimation for the presence of people of color in Regency Era Britain. 19th century census records didn’t record race, and then you’ve got the inherent racism of period sources like Wuthering Heights (one mixed-race character who is abusive and barbaric) and Jane Eyre (one mixed-race character who is … More People of Color in Regency England: Research Post

A Wager of Love Now Available! + Lord Loxley’s Lover Book Giveaway

A Wager of Love releases today on Amazon! The pre-order promotional price of $0.99 will be good through the weekend, so snag it while it’s hot. Laurence Aberforth has never been in love. The first time he meets the impulsive and charming Gilbert Heckwith, he accepts a wager as to whether or not true love … More A Wager of Love Now Available! + Lord Loxley’s Lover Book Giveaway