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Um, don't you mean Regency?
No, I actually mean Georgian. Don't get me wrong, if I could I would have my Jane Austen audiobooks on an IV drip - I love Austen and all things Regency. However the Georgian era really is overdue for much more attention where historical fiction is concerned. And Regency does technically fall into the final period of Georgian, regardless of the fact that George III lost his marbles.
My hope as a writer is, first and foremost, to tell a great story and
entertain as well as I can. But I also hope to draw attention to this
rich and extraordinary era - endlessly brilliant, endlessly fascinating,
endlessly inspirational. If nothing else, I hope to direct those with my
own passion for reading back to Tobias Smollett, Henry Fielding,
Fanny Burney and all the rest.
LBQT LGBTQ HISTORICAL FICTION ENGLAND 18TH CENTURY GEORGIAN REGENCY
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