The Georgian Map Project
Who’s Who in Late Georgian England
Mastiffs: a bit of history behind Pen from Ripe for Pleasure
Newfoundlands: a bit of history behind Gulliver from Ripe for Seduction
The Gloucestershire Old Spot: The pig in Ripe for Seduction
Research and Documentation: A Primer
The New Female Coterie: Bad Girls Club of the Georgian Era
Papillions, Lap-dogs, and Squirrel Spaniels
The Regency Cat (by Joanna Bourne, linked with permission)
Goldfish in England (by Joanna Bourne, linked with permission)
The Pet Parrot (by Mimi Matthews, linked with permission)
Corsets: Myths and Facts
Georgian (18th century)
Drop-Front Gowns (Regency)
Chemise Gowns (Georgian)
Difference between Spiral and Cross laced corsets
Odd Regency Corsets
Lace on Georgian and Regency Gowns
Hoops, False Rumps, and Other Padding
Breeches, Pantaloons, and Trousers
Georgian Maternity Clothes
Sponges, Cervical Caps, and More
Is my 6’+ hero unrealistic?
Anatomy 101: Hymen
Anatomy 102: Hymen Imperforate with Scott Moore
No, that's NOT Medieval Lingerie
Origin of Clan Tartans (yes, you’ll hate me)
Were Georgian/Regency brides really teenagers?
The VICTORIAN Game of Croquet
How to Format Your Book for Print with Microsoft Word
Do your own book layout
The Dog Fancier's Companion, 1819
Extant period magazine about dog breeds, training, and care.
Creating a Cover for Your Historical Novel
Making Book Cover Pins
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