ah, dammit, fixing
Thanks to the reader who emailed to correct that Mary of Teck was actually Charles’s great-grandmother. The fact that all these people live so long scrambles my timelines.
Daguerreotypes are DEEPLY fucking creepy.
apron to throw pillow conversion?
ah, dammit, fixed
This is less me being disrespectful than a reflection of the fact that I sleep something like four hours a night right now and Craigslist destroyed the economy that afforded staffs full of copy editors. At any rate, it’s been corrected.
wow I can’t believe my coworkers didn’t tell me we have a vineyard
Originally this article misspelled the names Joan Alison and Robert Aisner and misidentified the year the movie was released; these have been corrected.
Thank you! Everything went great and I am happy to be back!
I hope much of this focuses on their feuding staffers
I could literally cry I’m so happy
FUCK! I’m losing it!!!
A random assortment after a few minutes of Kindle browsing: Definitely Alisha Rai (personally I really liked her recent Fantasy Series, she’s a great contemporary writer) and if you’ve got a taste for post-apocalyptic, Kit Rocha is very fun. Slightly more old school but Judith Ivory was someone I read while writing…
Thank you for this comment.
Kindly read the 4,000+ word history I just spent months writing explaining why that is a gross oversimplification before you comment.
Just a couple of notes on sources:
I’m confident the house comes with a battalion of ghost governesses.
wow, I played myself this time (especially embarrassing considering I was in fact thinking of my own coffee cup from the Jane Austen Centre) (which is like this one but a tad different)
Oh my God I couldn’t find “All Aboard! The Country Bus” but I did find THIS.
You are MAKING THIS UP