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In the Name of Research — Ava March


As an author of historical romance, I end up doing a fair amount of research. Sometimes research topics can be on the mundane side (checking period-specific maps of London to figure out which streets a character would take to get from point A to point B), and sometimes topics are more interesting. The title for […]

The 18th Century—Tyler Flynn

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I’ve always loved the eighteenth century. Maybe it was the Scarlet Pimpernel books, which I devoured with delight. All that swashbuckling. Swords made from Toledo steel brandished in duels fought in misty mornings, villains banished, honour defended, and faithful servants obeying their masters’ every whim. Except it wasn’t like that, of course. As I read […]