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IreAnne Chambers’ books contain the spirit and tone of the traditional regency with the promise of mystery, adventure, and mishap intermixed to create a happy ever after with plenty of fun and surprises along the way.

When creating her pen name, she looked to her Scottish and Irish heritage and discovered the name Eireann.  Eire means Ireland in Gaelic and the name Erin is a variant in both English and Irish.  IreAnne was born after a quick search of the internet yielded zero hits, confirming the name’s uniqueness.

In high school, IreAnne enjoyed writing poetry and song lyrics.  But, her love for the traditional regency romances of Jane Austen, filled with dashing heroes and feisty heroines, spurred her desire to write in the genre.  As Novelist and Nobel Prize Winner Toni Morrison said, “If there’s a book you really want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”  IreAnne does just that.

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  1. Greetings Ireanne and Happy Wednesday. I wanted to send you a quick note to thank you for your page- some bright young ladies and I have been getting a lot of use from it! We are currently working with a Jane Austen theme for our writer’s group, I was scouring the web for resources when I stumbled on to your page here,

    I’ve had a hard time finding helpful references about the time period so you have my thanks! I wanted to share another page with you that one of the girls Jackie sent me, it’s a guide to Regency fashion. Maybe you would share it on your page? Let me know if you like it:

    If you do decide to share that page I’ll be sure to show Jackie you liked her idea. Thank you for inspiring the girls and helping us on our endeavor! Sorry if I rambled a bit!

    Warm Regards,
    Jan Harris

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