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Period Dances????

Started by Stephanie Mesler in Marketplace. Last reply by Louis-Philippe D'Amblise 6 hours ago. 1 Reply

Morrrrrrrrre Dressssses and a New Shop Today

Started by Stormy Panacek in Marketplace. Last reply by Lady Leena Fandango 6 hours ago. 11 Replies

Results of the Summer's Panorama Photo Contest

Started by Serenek Timeless in General Discussion. Last reply by Lady Leena Fandango 6 hours ago. 3 Replies

Some new offerings ..... Original Photography :-)

Started by Lady Leena Fandango in Marketplace. Last reply by Lady Leena Fandango 6 hours ago. 8 Replies

French royal court?

Started by Marie Thérèse of Savoy in General Discussion. Last reply by Marie Leszczynska on Friday. 9 Replies

Antiquity's french court , Updates on Loire

Started by Claudia Anne Elisabeth d'Orléans in Court News, Rules & Etiquette. Last reply by Tiamat Windstorm von Hirvi on Thursday. 1 Reply

Regency Redux

Started by Merry Chase in Court News, Rules & Etiquette. Last reply by Tiamat Windstorm von Hirvi Sep 8. 16 Replies

end of summer sale

Started by Lizbeth in Marketplace. Last reply by Stormy Panacek Sep 7. 3 Replies

Blog Posts

Lorsagne is reunited with her godfather in Marseille

Posted by Lorsagne de Sade on September 13, 2014 at 3:30pm 2 Comments

Late-afternoon, 17th of August, 1784


Even in the dim light of the small sacristy, there was no mistaking the sole occupant who waited for Lorsagne, and it gave the old man joy to see his godchild’s normally guarded face break into the smile of a child: open, trusting and full of joy.

His passenger delivered safely to his old teacher and confessor, de Saboulin Bollena turned to leave, knowing that another carriage awaited behind the…


The Virtual Diary of Fanny Burney In Italy

Posted by Stephanie Mesler on September 12, 2014 at 4:30pm 1 Comment

1784, 12 September

Dearest Whomever, I find myself once again turning to these pages for solace and guidance when none is forthcoming elsewhere.  I grow more restless as the summer turns to Fall, knowing that I must soon make a decision regarding my winter time accommodations.  I could stay right where I am, in Italy, quietly content among the people of this lovely Island.  It is certainly true that it is inexpensive living here.  Also true that saving money while I complete the drama…


Sir Geoffrey Reflects on the Royal “Request”

Posted by Serenek Timeless on September 10, 2014 at 10:00am 6 Comments

If Sir Percival Timeless were still alive he would know exactly what to do.  Geoffrey often missed the sane, sensible approach his late business partner took to decision making and as much as his companionship.  Come to think of it, he also missed Sir Percival’s ability to judge character and understand the motivations of the people they dealt with.  And Sir Percival’s late wife, Elizabeth, however blunt and outspoken she had been, could manage property and oversee construction like no man…


Happy News Regarding The Royal Retreat!

Posted by Stephanie Mesler on September 5, 2014 at 5:55pm 5 Comments

I have just purchased a homestead which will be the location for The Royal Retreat.  Now I am just waiting for it to be moved where I want it so I can start creating the environment.  In the retreat's first incarnation, RP time will be set from 1786-91, the court of King George III and Queen Charlotte during the time of Fanny Burney and Mary Delaney.  

I am very excited!  Please spread the word about this historical RP and invite your friends. They can join The Royal…




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