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Megan Whitson Lee
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Author of inspirational fiction.
Author of inspirational fiction.

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Lord Byron's Marriage: Rage or Insanity?
Throughout January and February, I've been writing about Lord Byron's marriage to Annabella Milbanke. This is the next-to-the-last installment. In October or November of 1815, just a few weeks before Annabella gave birth to their child, Byron took a lover. ...

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Lord Byron's Marriage: Money Miseries
During the month of
February, I am writing about Lord Byron’s marriage to Annabella Milbanke. (public domain via Wikipedia Commons) In the summer of 1815, following
the departure of Byron’s half-sister, Augusta Leigh, and despite Annabella’s
progressing pre...

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Lord Byron's Marriage: Locked to a Lord for Life
Throughout the month of January and February, I'm writing about Lord Byron's marriage to Annabella Milbanke. You can catch up on the other installments, starting HERE . Once Lord and Lady Byron left Augusta Leigh's home at the end of March 1815, some of Byr...

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Lord Byron's Marriage: The Love Triangle
During the month of January, I am writing installments regarding the marriage of Lord Byron to Annabella Milbanke in January of 1815. This was a marriage equal in status, but woefully unequal in all other respects. After a miserable first honeymoon week at ...

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Lord Byron's Marriage: The First Week
This month I'm blogging about Lord Byron's marriage to Annabella Milbanke. They were married January 2, 1815--opposite types brought together by status and Society and doomed from the start. Annabella was devout in her faith and sheltered from the world for...

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Lord Byron's Marriage: The "Treacle" Moon
During
the month of January, I will be writing about the first days of Lord Byron’s
marriage to Annabella Milbanke. Over
the course of his life, Byron had suffered many things. Born with a clubbed
foot, he had often been victimized by bullies, who ridiculed...

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Marrying Byron: The Day of the Ceremony
Most
young women dream about their wedding day. It’s not always a perfect day (in
fact rarely so), but it’s usually one of the most exciting in a woman’s life. ("Bridal dress'"Ackermann's Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashion and P...

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The Beginning of Byron's Marital Nightmare
Sometime this coming year, my first Regency
novel will be coming out. Dangerous to Know is the first in a trilogy and
loosely based upon the disastrous marriage of Lord Byron to Annabella Milbanke.
The couple was married in January of 1815, and I thought it...

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Regency Films at Christmas: Pride and Prejudice
When I was twenty-three, I was blessed to live in England for a year. During that time, the BBC mini-series of Pride and Prejudice was in full-swing. People were going bonkers over the electric chemistry of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, played by Jennifer...

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Regency films at Christmas: Emma
Emma was the first Jane Austen book I ever read. Although it's not my favorite Jane Austen novel, it maintains a special place in my heart because it introduced me to the Regency world and Mr. Knightley. (By Chris Hammond (illustrator) - Houghton Library at...
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