It’s Day 4 of Bec and Karen’s writing retreat, but we’re actually talking about Day 3 as we didn’t get to record last night. In this episode, we update you on our progress, discuss what socialising would have been like in the Regency period (and many thanks to all the historians and romance writers who blog about this subject; your research is invaluable), explore the topic of fulfilling your purpose in life and anticipate taking a very pleasant day off. Download the episode or listen using your trusty web browser (10:37 min). Show notes below.
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Supper at the Netherfield Ball (Jane Austen’s World).
A clip of the supper scene from the 1995 BBC production of Pride and Prejudice (2:28 min to 5:25 min):
Dancing at the Netherfield Ball (Jane Austen’s World).
Dancing cotillion (this clip features the music of Mozart):
Queer Eye on Netflix.