Look at all of these beautiful ladies! The costumes are impeccable. If this photo was in black and white would we know what time period it was actually taken in? The Ladies:
Watch this awesome short film Mr. Malcolm's List. Written by Suzanne Allain and based on her script and novel of the same name, the short film is set in early 1800's England.
SUMMARY: The Honorable Mr. Malcolm (played by Sope Dirisu) has a secret. This elusive matrimonial prize, long the target of desperate debutantes and their matchmaking mothers, is well known for his fastidiousness. What is not well known is that he has a list of qualifications for his future bride. Can any woman hope to win the heart of such a hardened critic? Selina Dalton can only try her best. And when she begins to succeed, Jeremy Malcolm is not sure whether he has discovered the perfect woman... Or the perfect hoax.
Of course, many people are super excited at a chance to see a Jane Austen-esque type film set in regency England with Black and Asian main characters. I am of course one of those people. Sope Dirisu has been in tons of period series/films/plays, so this isn't out of the ordinary for …
Piper Huguley's The Lawyer's Luck is a lovely historical romance that gives us the unique story of a free lawyer of color and a fugitive slave woman falling in love. This prequel and the entire Home to Milford College book series, would make for an entertaining mini television series.
You can get your own copy of The Lawyer's Luck here.
You can get your own copy of The Preacher's Promise here.
You can get your own copy of The Mayor's Mission here.
You can get your own copy of The Representative's Revolt here.
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