Susannah Carleton

About me

Susannah is a mechanical and biomedical engineer with a keen interest in early 19th century and late 11th and early 12th century British history. Her novels are set in Regency England, and she’s currently learning far more than she probably needs to about the Napoleonic Wars.

From my website

End of the 100 Books in 2012 Challenge

Although I haven't updated my blog recently, I have been reading. Here are the final additions to my 100 Books in 2012 Challenge update.79. Into the Storm by Suzanne Brockmann80. Force of Nature by Suzanne Brockmann81. Ashes to Ashes by Tami Hoag (reread from 10 years ago)82. Dust to Dust…

Cleaning in the Regency England

Nowadays, there are many---almost too many---cleaning products to choose from. Two hundred years ago, that was not the case.Today, Maria Grace talks about cleaning on the English Historical Fiction Authors' blog.

Jane Austen: Unexpected Benefits

Researchers at Stanford University have discovered that reading Jane Austen may improve your attention span and focus.Read the article here.

 
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