Link.Glad I did.
I was at the AAR site and saw it mentioned on a thread (that's before you got adverts on there).
I followed the link via Kate Allan's blog and I am so glad I did!Julie
I believe it was either a link from Amanda Ashby's weblog or on the advice of a well-known Mills and Boon writer friend.
Thanks for the feedback, and I hope we get some more, both from regular readers and from people who are just passing through.It's interesting to know you picked us up from AAR from a mention on a thread, Laura. AAR is a site we love. It's good to know that Melinda and Anonymous (I love that name!) found us from links. Links are one of the really great things about the internet.Eva, why not name drop? Who was the well-known Mills and Boon author?We're looking forward to finding out how more people discovered the blog.
Penny Jordan was my source! She's always keen to pass on useful information.
I really don't remember, but a good guess was probably visiting the main site, http://www.regencyauthors.co.uk/. Otherwise, I haven't a clue. LOLLois
I was looking for links for anything Regency on google and found you that way. I am enjoying your blog very much!
I found you from a link on an elist, and I drop in once or twice a week.
I found you via Risky Regencies and now I have you bookmarked so I check frequently you site.
Thanks for letting us know! We've added Risky Regencies to our side bar. It looks a great site!
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