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The Regency Reader – November 2015

The Beau Monde offers a free online newsletter, The Regency Reader, to anyone interested in Regency romance fiction. This monthly publication features a listing of new and upcoming titles, author interviews and tidbits about the Regency era.

The Regency Reader is distributed to Regency romance readers worldwide through email, as well as available here. Any new Regency or Regency-set historical romance title may be submitted for inclusion (Regency authors need not be Beau Monde members!), please use this form to submit your release information to our editor. Information submitted by the 27th of the month will appear in the next month’s edition.

Articles focusing on Regency topics may also be submitted via the Article Submission Form. Articles don’t have to be long (anywhere between 250 words and up is great!) and we ask that any images provided with the article be royalty free / copyright free.

If you wish to receive the Regency Reader, we ask that you subscribe through MailChimp using this short subscription form.

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Submit Regency Release Info or Regency Author Articles by the 27th of the month prior to release for inclusion in the next issue.

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