If you've enjoyed this site, then you might be interested in the following:
The UK Historical Romance blog. Find out what's new in the world of historical romance in the UK, as well as posts on Regency costume, forthcoming adaptations etc, updated nearly every day.
And to find out what's new in the world of women's fiction, visit the
The Regency Ring
A wonderful collection of over a hundred sites dedicated to the Regency period
site is owned by Amanda Grange.
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If you want to find out what's new in the world of Jane Austen, then visit Austenblog, the place for details of books, films, newspaper articles etc with a link to Jane Austen. Click the picture to link.
An interesting selection of Regency prints can be found at Printsgeorge.com
The Regency Page
Probably my all-time favourite resource, this site shows engravings from actual fashion journals of the Regency period. If you love Regency fashion as much as I do, prepare to lose hours (if not days or weeks!) browsing these pages.
Walking dress with Spencer, 1814
Gillray's 1802 cartoon, Tales of Wonder, which celebrates the Regency love of Gothic novels - press the ivy to link
Jacques Futrelle the mystery writer was on board Titanic when she sank. There is an informative website, including some of his stories, at
Websites with reviews of my books (as well as a lot of other reviews!)
The Romantic Novelists' Association website
The Historical Novel Society website
The historical novel society is a must for anyone interested in historical fiction!
For an annual subscription of £22.50 (but please check this, as from time to time the fee changes) members receive a review magazine 4 times a year, and a magazine called Solander twice a year.
The review magazine contains letters and articles, and reviews about 200 new historical novels in each issue - that's about 800 a year! It's an excellent way of finding out what's new in historical fiction, including historical and Regency romance.
The Solander magazine has in-depth interviews with popular historical novelists such as Bernard Cornwell, and articles on such important figures as Georgette Heyer.