32 episodes

Welcome to our podcast! We are an extension of our website filled with book promotions from historical romance authors. In addition, we post genre news and informative articles. Whether it’s about Jane Austen or the scandalous Bridgerton series, you can find the latest on our website. Make sure to check us out at https://historical-romances.com/. Swooning is allowed, but no bodice-ripping without consent. Enjoy!



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Welcome to our podcast! We are an extension of our website filled with book promotions from historical romance authors. In addition, we post genre news and informative articles. Whether it’s about Jane Austen or the scandalous Bridgerton series, you can find the latest on our website. Make sure to check us out at https://historical-romances.com/. Swooning is allowed, but no bodice-ripping without consent. Enjoy!



Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/histromancebooks/support

    Who Are the Frequent Best Sellers in Historical Romance?

    Who Are the Frequent Best Sellers in Historical Romance?

    Every day I look at the best seller list for Historical Romance on Amazon – the hopeful rank for authors.



    This episode is also available as a blog post: http://historical-romances.com/2021/08/20/who-are-the-frequent-best-sellers-in-historical-romance/


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    The Psychology of Romance Novels or Period Dramas

    The Psychology of Romance Novels or Period Dramas

    There are plenty of articles on the Internet from psychology resources that state romance novels are bad for women.  Some say these books give women unrealistic expectations when it comes to romance and can damage real-life relationships.

    This episode is also available as a blog post: https://historical-romances.com/2021/07/23/the-psychology-of-romance-novels-or-period-dramas/


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    • 3 min
    Sources for eBooks

    Sources for eBooks

    Those of you who like the ability to read digital material rather than  smelling the scent of the printed page, source your eBooks from a variety of sources.  Authors and publishers make those eBooks available to readers on multiple platforms.



    This episode is also available as a blog post: https://historical-romances.com/2021/07/20/sources-for-ebooks/


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    A Woman’s Place in History by Brita Addams (Historical Tidbit!)

    A Woman’s Place in History by Brita Addams (Historical Tidbit!)

    Understanding the centuries-long struggle is essential to understanding  true characterizations in historical fiction and romance. I remain  firmly in the ‘portray women within the restrictions of their times’  camp. Otherwise, we’re simply creating 21st century women in costume.

    This episode is also available as a blog post: https://historical-romances.com/2021/07/08/a-womans-place-in-history-by-brita-addams-historical-tidbit/


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    • 7 min
    The Price of an E-Book

    The Price of an E-Book

    Today while I was checking out the Amazon Best Seller list, I glanced at the book prices.  A few caught my eye, thinking they were outrageously high.  You might assume that books on sale would sell more copies and rise to the best seller list.  Apparently, that’s not the case, because many books in the top one hundred are priced far above a 99 cent price point.  How much are you willing to pay for an eBook? 

    This episode is also available as a blog post: https://historical-romances.com/2021/05/20/the-price-of-an-e-book/


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    • 5 min
    What’s Up With Red Brick Media?

    What’s Up With Red Brick Media?

    Find out what's behind the name of Red Brick Media?  There's a story about why I have a thing for bricks.  Follow the links below for further detail behind to podcast or visit the link to the original post to see more.

    Toil Under the Sun

    Manchester in the 19th Century

    Where Angels Wept: A Creepy History of Angel Meadow

    Elizabeth Gaskell's Home in Manchester

    This episode is also available as a blog post: https://historical-romances.com/2021/04/25/whats-up-with-red-brick-media/


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    • 4 min

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