Just a quick reminder, Wedlock is now available to purchase in the US. A scandalous tale of a thoroughly-amusing lady; definitely worth checking out!
welcome back. I posted this while you were away, so I thought it worth asking again:I just discovered this blog and have read it back to the first post (same with Marie Antoinette's). What fun! I hope your success continues, it's just great to pick up history in such an accessible manner.I have a question for you. Can you think of any 18th century figure whose portrait was painted in the 18th century but who survived long enough to have a photograph taken in the mid 19th century? Two users came up with Princess Mary (George III's daughter). Can you think of any others?
Pray tell what is the book about?
Ingrid Mida: You can read her post about it here.
Thanks Eliza for covering my back! I totally forgot to link to it.Karen-I can't think of any off the top of my head but that might be a fun thing for me to research, thanks!
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