Tie-in short stories
Deleted Scene #1. In the original version of a key scene, Nick mentioned that Lady Tassell once took away his puppy.
Deleted Scene #2. The missing sex scene in Phoebe’s apartment.
“I have a touch of the Lawrence today”—Sussex slang
The House of Commons opera hat—weirdnesses of British Parliamentary procedure
“Perfect freedom of action”—rural policing in Regency England
“This makes the Bridegroom a Voter therefore never see my face if they are not married”—the Regency electoral system and women’s voting privileges within it
“Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in”—stealing from history and Nick’s army hospital experience
The Frame-Breakers Bill and Byron’s speeches in the House of Lords
Regency shop windows
Obscure occupations from 18th century voters’ rolls
Whig/Tory political divisions in the British royal family
Field medicine in the Peninsular War
Recipes and food
Regency cakes and tarts
Regency ice cream
A modern (and delicious-looking) brown bread ice cream recipe vouched for by Elisabeth Lane of Cooking Up Romance, who added caramelized bacon after reading Sweet Disorder
Lavender & Black Tea Pound Cake (Sweet Disorder-inspired recipe and a review by Cooking Up Romance)
bookworm2bookworm: Five Fun Facts about Sweet Disorder.
Risky Regencies: Q&A with Susanna Fraser: how Regency politics was a spectator sport and the wonder of washing machines.
Heroes and Heartbreakers: Dead first husbands in historical romance.
Smexy Books: William Blake, and is love selfish or selfless?
Samhain blog: Regency jokebooks.
History Hoydens: Lord Byron’s maiden speech in the House of Lords.
I made in-character tumblrs for some of the characters and businesses from Sweet Disorder.
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