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In which I ask For Ideas to the Important Research Questions

August 27, 2019 3 Comments

Unusual to the content here on this interwebs space, today I’m asking important questions. What are these queries you wonder? They are questions related to article research and include questions about things like Hallmark Channel and era specific novels. Like I said, these are the important questions.

On Instagram and Twitter, I’ve asked these questions before, but since I am not a social media maven (I rarely use the platforms in comparison to days gone past, but that’s another day discussion), I thought I’d sit down to write a little something in a space I do frequent with the questions in one place.

I have articles coming up that celebrate the Hallmark Channel ten year (??) anniversary of their Countdown to Christmas campaign and articles related to inspirational (or clean, Christian) set in the regency era. But before we move on to these questions, can we pause and moment and realize it’s been ten years since Hallmark began their (much smaller) campaign we know as Countdown to Christmas… whaat!? How is it possible we’ve been entertained by these for a decade?

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Disbelieving rant is now over. Moving on.

Here’s the two article research questions today’s publication is here for.

+ From the last ten years, I’m curious what has been your most favorite Hallmark Christmas (campaign) originals? Do you have one standout favorite? More than? Are they all favorites?

+ Next up is the fiction inquiry; tell me about your favorite regency novels? Are they popular, underrated, or newly released? Tell me which books in the clean/inspirational genre of this era are most enchanting!

For now, that’s all of the curiosity I have; but nonetheless, I am curious as to your favorites. Drop a comment in the comments down below to let me know your nostalgic favorites or must read picks.

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  • Brittaney B August 28, 2019 at 11:45 AM

    Well, this is easy. My all time favorite Hallmark Christmas movie is Christmas with Holly! Runners Up include A Bramble House Christmas, A Princess for Christmas, Trading Christmas, Once Upon a Christmas Miracle, The Christmas Card, Small Town Christmas, A Bride for Christmas, Miss Christmas, My Christmas Love, Once Upon a Holiday, Window Wonderland, Snow Bride among others.

    As for Regency era “clean” novels that’s a bit harder just because it’s not as easy to pinpoint the exact era in all the historicals I read. Any discussion definitely needs to include Georgette Heyer. Other clean read authors that may or may not write specifically in that era might be Mimi Matthews, Nichole Van’s time travel series as well as her more recent non-serial titles. Julie Klassen, Rebecca Connolly, Julianne Donaldson, Jessica Dotta’s series, Sarah M Eden, Sarah E Ladd, Kristi Ann Hunter, Dawn Crandall, Josi S Kilpack to name a few.

  • Patty August 28, 2019 at 11:46 AM

    I don’t watch many Hallmark movies, just don’t have the time I guess, or maybe I would just rather read. As far as Regency books (romances) I just in the last year or so discovered the Branches of Love series by Sally Britton. Thoroughly enjoyed this sweet, clean series.

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