Bestseller News

September 1, 2014

Last week, A Garden Folly hit #1 on Amazon’s Historical Romance, Regency list,  and #1 on the Apple iBook Historical Romance list! B&N doesn’t have category lists, but this book hit #21 overall. Many thanks for making this book a bestseller!

New Regency World posts

August 6, 2014

Candice posts at least one new fashion print weekly, and other Regency World posts throughout the month. If you want to know what’s new, subscribe to the RSS feed for the Regency World. Scroll to the bottom of the main Regency World page for instructions.

New Digital Boxed Set

April 2, 2014

The Merry Widows Trilogy is now available as a digital boxed set. All three full-length novels are included for a bargain price!

Featured in Candice's Regency World

Walking Dress April 1818

Walking Dress, March 1818

"A fawn-coloured poplin gown made half-length: the back is plain, and the front wraps a little to the left side; the body is trimmed with two rows of white satin ribbon painted in natural flowers....

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Countess Lieven (1785 – 1857)

Born in Latvia, Dorothea Benckendorff married Count Lieven, who was the Russian ambassador to England from 1812 to 1834. The countess immediately became a leader in London society, and by 1814, if not earlier, was elected one of the patronesses of Almack’s Assembly Rooms, the first foreigner to be so honored.  Gronow described as her “haughty and exclusive,” though she is said to have introduced the German Waltz to Almack’s. But she was much more than a social butterfly. The countess was a prominent...