Links: Look at This Stuff, Isn’t It Neat?
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Articles / May 6, 2020

Welcome to Wednesday Links! It is Wednesday, right? RIGHT?! Checking my Google Calendar each morning to assess site stuff is really the only way I know what day it is. But hey, even if it’s not Wednesday, you’re still getting a links post. Things could be worse. … If you’re like me and want to relive your childhood, the first three seasons of Sailor Moon are being uploaded to YouTube on a weekly basis!  … There may not be a Met Gala this year, but that didn’t stop people from showcasing Met Gala fashions from home. Met Gala At Home. I recreated @rihanna ‘s iconic 2018 look with tin foil #MetGalaChallenge #AtHome #TryGala @tryguys pic.twitter.com/aXmKCKXJaZ — Ned Fulmer (@nedfulmer) May 2, 2020 … Jaime French, who is a hilarious beauty YouTuber, nearly made me pee my pants with this video. I also recommend this one! … I was not aware of this story: Do non-australians know about the time an Australian girl was in a pub in one of our smaller cities and she met a guy and later found out he was the prince of Denmark and now she's casually the Crown Princess of Denmark? I don't feel like people give…

Guest Post: Mary, Queen of Regency
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Articles / May 6, 2020

This guest post is from Emily Neuberger, who wanted to share some recommendations with you. Emily is a writer living in Brooklyn. Her debut novel A Tender Thing, ( A | BN | K | AB ) was released this spring. … I don’t know about you, but I’ve been finding it difficult to read while in quarantine. It seems every time I open a book, the anxiety starts: How is my mom doing? Did I send that work email? What’s going on with school closures? Maybe I should check Twitter one more time… In times of strife and worry, I’ve always found romance to be a salve. This time is no different. But, like a spinster aunt chaperone in a Regency historical, I must look out for my nerves. I want something soothing: the prose equivalent of a hot bath. And I’ve found myself turning, once again, to Mary Balogh. Oh, Mary! How can I possibly sum her up? She’s a Welsh-Canadian romance novelist who’s been writing for almost forty years. Her heroines run the spectrum from soft-spoken to ferocious, but they always have a compelling dignity and kindness. Balogh’s books beautifully describe the English countryside, have the elegance…