Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Guest post at AccessRomance

I have the pleasure of being a guest blogger at AccessRomance today. My post is titled "A 1930's Romance with a Sears & Roebuck Catalog." In it, I discuss the trends and fashions during the era of Night Jazz and Night Glitter. Here is an excerpt:

During my research for my novels Night Jazz and Night Glitter, I became fascinated by the 1920’s and 1930’s fashions. It was a research journey I adored. For example, the 1920s didn’t begin with really short skirts. They rose gradually following The Great War also known as World War I. And the cloche hat was based on the helmet worn in that war.

Read the whole article here.

Thanks, AccessRomance!

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