My GoodReads profile: I'll be posting book recommendations here—mostly for romance and historical research books, but probably also for whatever I'm reading that I like.
A few links of interest:
Comics by Kate Beaton. She is a fabulous artist, and a lot of her comics have historical subjects. Plus, they are hilarious. Here is a great one about Jane Austen, and here's one about George IV that cracks me up every time.
The titles of all the books published by the Minerva Press. Some of these names are amazing: The Rake and the Misanthrope, for example (that is a romance I would read!), or Vicissitudes Abound, or The Polanders, the Lying Family, and the Life of my Uncle, with his Portfolio. Some of them don't seem that great...until you click on them and see the subtitle. For example, this one appears in my book: Chronicles of an Illustrious House; or the Peer, the Lawyer, and the Hunchback.
My critique partners, the fabulous Demimondaines
More links and historical tidbits coming soon.
9/21/11: History Hoydens
during the Regency period
10/2/11: Susanna Fraser's blog
beta heroes, research, and Avatar: the Last Airbender
10/4/11: The Season
On well-rounded villains
in romance novels
10/12/11: Cecilia Grant's blog
Protagonists who work
Q&A with Solomon and Serena.
Q&A beta heroes, tumblr, and Colin Firth and Hugh Grant
10/24/11: Kat Latham's blog
On writing accents.
You're never the only one!
10/30/11: Risky Regencies
My call story, and what's risky about Lily
11/1/11: The Book Smugglers Inspirations
and influences: old-school Regencies, Nicholas Lea, and Billy Joel
2/10/2010: History Hoydens Class prejudice in Regency England
2/19/2010: The Book Smugglers My inspirations and influences
2/24/10: The Season
drama monster movies!
2/28/10: "Romantically Speaking" podcast
romance, and Kirk vs. Picard redux.
through difficult times.
my call moment, my first Regency romance, and more
3/11/2010: The Book Binge
Morte d'Arthur and judginess in English literature