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Also remove everything in this list from your library. Are you sure you want to delete this list? Remove them from Saved? No Yes. She also believes that the field gave her unique insight into the storytelling landscape, allowing her to master the art of saying so much using so few words.

Marilyn Clay knew she wanted to produce fiction but she did not anticipate garnering so much interest for her Regency era novels.

Marilyn nurtured a love for stories set in the Regency era fairly early on. There were several Regency authors she not only admired but also sought to emulate. However, in attempting to probe the field, Marilyn Clay was shocked to find that information surrounding the Regency era was so scarce.

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To be fair, the Regency Era was a relatively short period in English history, so it was hardly surprising that no notable publishers had bothered to explore it. The newsletter remained in publication for over a decade.