Searching Hearts Deals & Inspirations!

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Thank you to everyone who has already pre-ordered Promise of Redemption! I am excited for you to read this one :)

In the meantime ... if you haven't yet started the series, there is no better time than the present! Quest of Honor is currently FREE and will be until August 4th. Beginning August 2nd, Hope of Romance will be discounted to $0.99 for five days. I'll send a reminder when it is. In the meantime, download your copy of Quest of Honor today!

If you have read the rest of the series and are getting impatient for Promise of Redemption, you can always head over to my Pinterest page to check out some of the inspirations for the story. As I’m writing I like to pin things that are either part of my research or inspiration for the characters, clothing, etc.

Check out Pinterest! 

In the meantime, if you haven’t yet, be sure to add Promise of Redemption to your Goodreads Want to Read list!

In the meantime, I hope you continue to enjoy your summer. We have such cold winters here, that we truly appreciate every moment of sun.

Now, onto this week’s historical fun fact -- featuring … bed time!

I had a few options this week but will tell you a bit about what people wore to sleep in the Regency era. Both men and women wore a nightshirt or nightgown. For women, this typically looked like a slightly longer chemise, coming down just under the knees. Overtop, women often wore a bed jacket or other layer, if they needed to be warmer. The bed jacket was simply a loose-fitting cotton shirt. Night caps were also often worn either for warmth or to keep hair from becoming messed during sleep. Men would wear a shirt as well to bed, and around the house would add breeches and a dressing gown, or banyan, which was basically a robe they would wear around the house and with family only.

With love,

Ellie