The Victorian Life

I love everything about the Victorian era. Well, not everything. The Thames was overflowing with filth. There weren't any antibiotics. Tuberculosis claimed lives as did birthing complications. If disease didn't get you, perhaps Jack the Ripper would. Basically, anything could kill you. Women couldn't vote (or do anything much, really) . The British Empire systematically oppressed the... Continue Reading →

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Very Victorian Things on Amazon

I've said this before, and I'll say it again: if the Victorians had antibiotics and indoor plumbing, I'd pop into a steampunk version of the Back To The Future time machine and jet off to the 19th century. Alas, that cannot be. So I bring the Victorian age to myself, with vintage stuff. I spend more hours browsing... Continue Reading →

List of JAFF books

Here is a list of JAFF Fan Fiction books - variations, prequels, sequels, and modernizations - all listed  according to categories that you won’t find on Amazon, but with hyperlinks to Amazon.  If you think we missed out on adding your favourite books, or you want to add a book you have published (or your... Continue Reading →

List of North and South Fan Fiction books

Here is a list of North and South Fan Fiction books - variations, prequels, sequels, and modernizations - all listed  according to categories that you won’t find on Amazon, but with hyperlinks to Amazon.  If you think we missed out on adding your favourite books, or you want to add a book you have published... Continue Reading →

Period Drama Micro-reviews

Belle Issues of class, race, & gender merge with a story about interracial romance in 18th c England. A satisfying film. Brooklyn 1951 Ireland offers no future for Eilis. America is lonely, but has possibilities. Film captures the immigrant experience. ❤ To Walk Invisible celebrates the indomitable spirit of the Bronte sisters. Brilliantly written, acted, directed. A... Continue Reading →

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