Ladies or Gentlemen: Have your share in the conversation

Catherine Worlée, Princesse de Talleyrand-Périgord (1762-1834)
*oil on canvas
*226 × 165 cm

So what do you think? Should my next non-fiction be Being a Gentleman in Jane Austen’s World?‘ or ‘The Life of a Lady in Jane Austen’s World?

Tell me what you think in the comments, and if there’s a topic you’d like to see included in the books, add that too!



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  1. Hollis

    I think being a gentleman would be interesting.

  2. Linda Kjonnerod

    Gentleman please.

  3. Regina Silvia

    Through the fiction we all love, we read a great deal about the restrictions placed on females during this time. I think learning about the rights, privileges, and responsibilities of a gentleman would be very engaging.

  4. Deborah

    I would like to know about the life of the gentleman. I found that extremely intrigueing.

  5. Jane

    I think both would be great. So please write one of each.

  6. Eva Edmonds

    I would like to know more about being a gentleman i Regency world.

  7. Anji

    One of each please, but for once, gentlemen instead of ladies first!

  8. Carole in Canada

    I’m with the one of each but would love to have one on the ladies. One of the topics that I would like included is the fashion (fabric, lace, accessories etc) but that may be a book all unto itself! Another topic of interest would be to know the actual role/duties a mistress of Pemberley would be involved in!

    Looking forward to ‘The Dragon Entail’ coming out in April and can’t wait to start reading Mary’s story in the Queen of Rosings Park series!!!!!

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