This week we were joined by fabulous author Rose Lerner to discuss the regency, revolution, and research, and most of all, her new Audible Exclusive and Gothic Regency, The Wife in the Attic!
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And be sure to listen to Rose's latest book The Wife in the Attic, an Audible exclusive through her link, smarturl.it/wifeaudible
Rose also recommended a few books, Alyssa Cole's A Prince on Paper, The Black Moth by Georgette Heyer, and Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase. If you're looking for more Jewish Regencies, she also recommend Nita Abrams, whose books can be better found secondhand as they are out of print.
Want to listen to a certain segment? Here is our outline this week:
0:00 - 2:24: Intro
2:24 - 1:05:07: Interview with Rose Lerner
1:05:07 - 1:08:26: Outro
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