The Drawing Room

Tis the Season for Feasting!

by Anna Bradley | November 13, 2019

Believe it or not, the holidays are now upon us! If you’re anything like me, when you think of holidays you think of festive parties and mouthwatering Christmas feasts. So, what better way to whet our holiday appetites than with a peek into Regency-era formal dining? Let’s imagine you’ve been given an invitation to London’s

That Cover!

by Anna Bradley | August 8, 2019

Have you all seen the cover of the books in Sherry Thomas’s Lady Sherlock series? THE ART OF THEFT, the next book in that series releases on Oct. 15, 2019. I just saw a post on Instagram with her new cover, and it is gorgeous! Sherry’s books have always been ahead of the curve, and

Recharging Your Batteries

by Anna Bradley | June 24, 2019

Isn’t it interesting that we’re so quick to recharge our phone batteries, and so slow to recharge ourselves? I don’t know about you all, but when my phone’s charge slips below 50%, I’m on it, yet I will often go weeks without taking a break for myself. I took one yesterday, and I have the

Regency Slang

by Anna Bradley | June 19, 2019

I heard the word “coxcomb” the other day. Not so surprising, given I was at BookLoversCon, speaking to another historical romance writer with an excellent command of all the best Regency-era lingo. Still, it’s not every day you hear a word like “coxcomb,” in regular conversation. It got me thinking about all the amazing words

Share the Love

by Anna Bradley | June 19, 2019

50 Romance Novels you Can’t Afford to Miss! 100 Best Romance Novels of all Time! Sexiest Romance Novels of 2018! Must-Read Romances of the Decade! You’ve seen the lists, right? There’s no shortage of readers, bloggers and romance lovers out there willing to tell us which romance novels are most worthy of our time and