I've long been a fan of the Rachel Knowles's Regency History blog. It's a great reference for writers and others wishing to know more about the Regency period. I went to her blog especially when I was doing research for my second novel and trying to figure out various walking and riding routes through London.
Rachel's husband Andrew Knowles recently inaugurated a series of YouTube author interviews to share the love of all things Regency and to trade researching know-how. I was able to get in on the ground floor of the interviews and had an enjoyable chat with Andrew, me from my little office in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, and he from England...
- avoiding anachronisms and historical errors in our writing,
- and why do we care so much about that,
- and should we let a few anachronisms distract us from enjoying historical fiction?
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