Why I Read and Write Regency Romance Novels.
I have two that are written awaiting publication and three others in various stages of writing or editing, so I expect to write Regency for a very long time. After all, isn’t a long-term commitment what true love is all about? So there you have it, the reason why I write Regency Historical Romance novels.
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Today’s post is particularly timely for me, as I struggle with the 76-chapter rewrite of an epic Romance. Having an outline of essential plot points from your previous posts on Structure, integrated with the 12 Key Scenes in the Lover’s Journey, has helped me discover what I’ve actually done right (yay!) and where this monster of a first draft needs a trim and reorg.
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The OG of Regency Romance Arabella by Georgette Heyer. Georgette Heyer is basically the founder of this entire breed of novel. Writing the early-to-mid 20th centuries, her books are always hilariously witty, adorably romantic, and painstakingly researched.
Katherine Grant Romance. Regency Romance Novels. Start Reading. Welcome! Thanks for stopping by my book home. I write Regency Romances, and I’m so excited to share my stories with you. In this little home of mine, you’ll learn more about me, and I hope to learn more about you.
The Regency period in the United Kingdom is the period between 1811 and 1820, when King George III was deemed unfit to rule and his son, later George IV, was instated to be his proxy as Prince Regent.It was a decade of particular manners and fashions, and overlaps with the Napoleonic period in Europe. Regency novels are of two main types:. Classic Regency fiction, or fiction actually written.