Have you been considering writing a work of fiction set in the popular Regency Era?
If so, I don’t blame you! These books can be wildly successful, as demand from readers seem unquenchable. If you write well in that category, you can write your own ticket.
The problem, of course, is that Regency readers are a nit-picky bunch. They expect you to know the era, down to the smallest details.
Get something wrong and they’ll let you know about it. That can mean scathing reviews for all the world to see. Ouch.
But who has the time to do all the tedious research into the Regency Era to avoid these pitfalls?
I have good news…
You don’t have to spend one minute on any of that. I’ve done it for you. 🙂
Here’s what I spent countless hours researching and putting together in what I call Painless Historical Fiction: Regency Era:
I’ve even included a ‘Bottom Line for Writers’ portion at the end of each section to give you a kind of cheat sheet (short version) distilling all the main points.
This is comprehensive. It’s everything you need to write a great Regency book without fear of poor sales or bad reviews based on embarrassing era-related mistakes.
You get what what you need to become an insta-expert.
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