Maria Grace

Author's details

Name: Maria Grace
Date registered: July 30, 2013


I am a wife, mother and former college professor turned novelist. The fourth book in my first series released. in December 2013.

Latest posts

  1. Longbourn: Dragon Entail Chapter 4 — February 25, 2017
  2. Don’t miss Snowbound at Hartfield, Ch 13! — February 23, 2017
  3. Snowbound at Hartfield Chapter 13 — February 23, 2017
  4. Providing for young ladies’ future in Jane Austen’s World — February 21, 2017
  5. Translation is Treason — February 18, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. Jane Austen Giveaway Hop — 42 comments
  2. Hearts Through History Blog Hop — 37 comments
  3. Summer Banquet Blog Hop — 32 comments
  4. Writing superheroes: Syrie James — 29 comments
  5. Snowbound at Hartfield Chapter 6 — 27 comments

Author's posts listings

Feb 25 2017

Longbourn: Dragon Entail Chapter 4

Ok, so I’m not being very patient. I can’t wait to share these with you. So, I’ll be posting a new chapter every two weeks on Saturday until the book is published. (Don’t forget, comments really do inspire me to write faster…just saying…) Find previous chapters HERE The door clattered open and heavy footfalls, familiar …

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Feb 23 2017

Don’t miss Snowbound at Hartfield, Ch 13!

Don’t miss Snowbound Ch 13 in which we get to see Listingbrook for ourselves! Find it HERE. 

Feb 23 2017

Snowbound at Hartfield Chapter 13

A Jane Austen Mashup Short Story. What happens when Emma meets Persuasion and Pride and Prejudice? A courtship for Elizabeth Elliot perhaps?  Find other chapters HERE.  Just after dawn the next morning, Fitzwilliam paced along the base of the great stairs, looking for all the world like Darcy waiting for his female Fitzwilliam cousins to be ready …

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Feb 21 2017

Providing for young ladies’ future in Jane Austen’s World

How did dowries provide for a young woman’s future? A Woman’s Dowry Though Pride and Prejudice’s Mr. Bennet referred to dowries as “bribes to worthless young men to marry his daughters,” dowries were more commonly considered a means by which a responsible family compensated a husband for their daughter’s lifelong upkeep. How’s that for a romantic notion?  Dowries …

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Feb 18 2017

Translation is Treason

Translation is Treason, or so I’ve been told… I am so excited to let you guys know that one of my books is now out in Spanish! How cool is that? What’s even better, I got to work with and get to know Teresita in the process. She is such a delight that I wanted …

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