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Smelling Sweet in the Regency: Part 3 (Making Sense of Making Scents)

At the end of Part 2 in this series, we left our Regency heroine in her family’s still-room surrounded by the materials she has gathered for making a new supply of perfume. What has she harvested? Not apple blossoms, for … Continue reading

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Smelling Sweet in the Regency: Beyond Floris, Part 2 (Still-room Magic)

The heroine in my current work-in-progress, an earl’s daughter, is an athletic, active, outdoors-y sort of young woman but she does have one bit of domestic expertise. After her bookish sister has lectured on the medicinal properties of some spring … Continue reading

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