Author Archives: Cinnamon Worth

The Exciting Topic of Perspiration

The Exciting Topic of Perspiration

Last October, a pet joined my family, which means I have been learning to cohabitate with another species. Now, I did my research before bringing the fluff-ball home. But reading about something differs from experiencing it. For example, when they mentioned shedding, I imagined a few dozen hairs escaping her daily brushing. I did not expect that, should… more goodness …

Early Georgian Hairstyles

Early Georgian Hairstyles

Like many of you, as the year has progressed, I have started to feel a little cooped up. Since I can’t currently travel, I have spent a good chunk of time this month fantasying about traveling, especially after I read about an organization called Regency Encounters. If you haven’t heard of this organization, they put… more goodness …

Masks of the Past

Masks of the Past

In my household, I am the least technical person. My use of technology and internet presence is quite limited, but recently my children have introduced me to a new online passtime: scrolling through Reddit. There are some funny pages on there. I was looking at one called DIWhy. As the name implies it shows images… more goodness …

Planning Your Next Regency Feast? Grab This Book.

Planning Your Next Regency Feast? Grab This Book.

I love food! Not only do I enjoy eating it, I like recipes. When I went to post my last blog entry, I noticed something that suggested Austen Authors sometimes share historical recipes with readers. Yay. Those things are so fun. Every recipe confuses me and sounds like something I just couldn’t bring myself to… more goodness …

Running a Library

Running a Library

Recently, I worked on the process of revising a book based on Beauty and the Beast (the second book in a fairytale retelling series), and I ran across an article on historical libraries. It sounded like a topic worth exploring. After all, my work-in-progress includes a library scene, and whenever I write Austen inspired fiction,… more goodness …

Had Jane Austen Heard of Thomas Seddal?

Had Jane Austen Heard of Thomas Seddal?

So much has been written about Jane Austen’s life and work, that finding a unique topic is nearly impossible. As I wondered what I could possibly share with you that you haven’t already read, I thought back to a course I’d taken in college called Chaucer to Donne, which explored literature written in Middle English.… more goodness …

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