Author Archives: Jenna Jaxon

Interview with Roseanne Bittner

Today I’m interviewing fellow historical author Roseanne Bittner. Please welcome her and find out a bit more about her writing and her life! Hello to all visitors to JENNA’S JOURNAL. I enjoy being invited to visit other blog sites and will … Continue reading

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Medieval Monday: Spotlight on Vijaya Schartz

  I’m back with Medieval Monday and fellow medieval romance author, Vijaya Schartz! Next week, October 6, I’m spotlighting Mary Morgan’s wonderful works. Now, please welcome Vijaya Schartz!! PRINCESS OF BRETAGNE, Curse of the Lost Isle Book 1 If you haven’t … Continue reading

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Alphabet Post: S is for Salmagundy

When I originally ran into this word I immediately thought it would make a great addition to my Alphabet Posts. Salmagundy is a 17th century English dish (also spelled salmagundi), a sort of chef’s salad actually, that was a centerpiece to … Continue reading

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Jenna’s 411

Welcome to this week’s installment of Jenna’s 411 Book Chat I’ve completed a revision of my Regency romance To Woo A Wicked Widow, and am sending it  out to agents again. Yay! This is my inspirational “cover” for the book. … Continue reading

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Release Day! The Prospective Princess by Kary Rader

Today my great friend and CP, author Kary Rader, has released the third book in her Reign of Light series:  The Prospective Princess.  *Jenna throws confetti in the air* Giving up the beautiful Lady Brislyn is only the first step … Continue reading

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Liza O’Connor on White Slavery and Her New Release The Missing Partner

Today, Liza discusses White Slavery The abduction of young girls and boys as fodder for the prostitution market has always been a problem which England has been loath to deal with. As late as 1874, it was only a misdemeanor … Continue reading

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Alphabet Post: R is for Thomas Rowlandson

The turn of the 19th century was quite a bit wilder and an extremely bawdy period as we approach the Regency period. The 18th century had been time of great eroticism and overt sexuality.  The book Fanny Hill had been published in 1732, one of the … Continue reading

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