Alex Wyndham and Lucinda Brant channel their inner Georgian aristocrat while chatting with AudioGals…
Q&A on Stephanie Hopkins’ Layered Pages on why I write, how writing has impacted my life and advice for beginners…
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Alla corte di Lucinda: Amazon interview for the Italian Kindle store.
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Unwrapping Romance interview with Amy Valentini . Talking Salt Bride and some searching Q&A for good measure…
The Lit Asylum—Certifiable Book Nuts. Interview with India Penwick about my books and the characters who inhabit them…
An Autumn Duchess in Georgian England. Interview on J. A. Beard's Unnecessary Musings blogsite about the Roxton series and my Georgian inspirations…
The Lady in the Sedan Chair… preferably a red one! Speaking to author Prue Batten about growing up, Georgette Heyer, Jean Plaidy and good ol' USA!
Stuart Aken. Author interviews,words defined, reviews, information and opinion on everything to do with writing, from a published author.
FLY HIGH! Literature, art, movies and much more to fly high!
An Eighteenth Century Love Letter
The Duke of Roxton leaves his bride a love letter on her dressing table, the morning after their wedding night…
Bursting With Power: The 18th C Power Paunch New York's fastest growing Art blog Hyperallergic showcases my 18th Century Power Paunch Pinterest board! Enjoy. :)
A Real Life Georgian Love Story, the inspiration for my novel Midnight Marriage
Scandal in the Making Richard Brinsley Sheridan and The School for Scandal
Child’s Play  …or is it?  Part I. Three Georgian nursery rhymes: Humpty Dumpty, The Grand Old Duke of York, and my all-time favorite Who Killed Cock Robin?
Child’s Play  …or is it?  Part II. Georgian nursery rhymes: Jack and Jill, There Was An Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe, and pirate favorite Jack Be Nimble.
Putting the History into Historical Novels. On Fiona Ingram’s Blog—”I recently reviewed two books by Lucinda Brant, who has captured the essence of an age (Georgian England) and made it her own…
Madness in their Method: Water therapy in Georgian and Regency times. A little detail on a gruesome "medical" practice used in Autumn Duchess at English Historical Fiction Authors.
Tutti-Fruitti Georgian Beauty. Wonderful visions of the 18th Century by the great French illustrator George Barbier at English Historical Fiction Authors.
Gorgeous Georgian Metrosexuals—or How to strut your Metrosexual Stuff in Georgian England. A top 10 checklist for the 18th century man at English Historical Fiction Authors.
“Jumps” – The Comfy & Sexy Alternative to Georgian Stays. At History Undressed I discuss Georgian undergarments as featured in my novel Autumn Duchess.
Georgette Heyer’s Historical Romances… Like Olives. Here is a guest post for Stiletto Storytime’s Georgette Heyer month of celebration. Yes, Heyer and Olives—there is a connection!
In Jane's Visiting Footsteps. At My Jane Austen Book Club I write about my favorite Jane Austen novel and how I once walked in her footsteps while living in Surrey, England.
Anyone for Real Tennis? At History Undressed I wax lyrical about the game of Royal Tennis as featured in my novel Salt Bride.
The Apothecary’s Apprentice in 18th Century England. The hero of my novel Deadly Engagement hires a valet who was once an Apocothary's apprentice. Find out what that entails at History Undressed.

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