Mimi Matthews
Mimi Matthews

Mimi Matthews is the author of The Pug Who Bit Napoleon: Animal Tales of the 18th and 19th Centuries and A Victorian Lady’s Guide to Fashion and Beauty. Her articles on nineteenth-century history have been published on various academic and history sites, including the Victorian Web and the Journal of Victorian Culture. When not writing historical non-fiction, Mimi authors exquisitely proper historical romance novels. Her latest Victorian romance The Matrimonial Advertisement can be ordered at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. To learn more, please visit www.MimiMatthews.com.

These 19th Century Sporting Cats Put Dogs To Shame
Before Flash Or Ring Lights Existed These 19th Century Ladies Swore By This Lighting
Find Out What 19th Century Gentlemen Think Of Single Women (And Girls) At All Ages With This Spinster Numeration Table
How 19th Century Sex Workers Were Blamed For Ruining Lives By Trying To Survive
How Victorian Women Kept it Modest While Taking A Dip In Bathing Machines
These 3 Victorian DIY Skincare Products Were Packed With Fruit
How Victorians Took To The Beach
More Power of Popular Fiction For Thomas Cromwell And Wolf Hall
Victorian Girls Took Their Skin Health Seriously, Check Out These DIY Sun Block Recipes
The Power of Popular Fiction For Thomas Cromwell And Wolf Hall
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These Carpet Bags Were Essential For Any Victorian Lady's Travel
Literature Meets Litigation: How Charles Dickens’s "Bleak" Telling Of Victorian Law Led To Reform
William Randolph Hearst's Euology For His Beloved Dog Is The Greatest Love Story Of All
How One Harsh Critic Almost Ended John Keats' Career And Possibly His Life