Maria Grace

Author's details

Name: Maria Grace
Date registered: July 30, 2013

Biography

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. History A’la Carte May 2017 — May 23, 2017
  2. Chocolate cups and trembleuse saucers — May 20, 2017
  3. Heir of Rosings Park Ch 6 — May 18, 2017
  4. Wedding Dresses in Jane Austen’s World — May 16, 2017
  5. Longbourn: Dragon Entail Deleted Scene — May 13, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. Jane Austen Giveaway Hop — 42 comments
  2. Longbourn: Dragon Entail Book Launch — 39 comments
  3. Hearts Through History Blog Hop — 37 comments
  4. Summer Banquet Blog Hop — 32 comments
  5. Writing superheroes: Syrie James — 29 comments

Author's posts listings

May 23 2017

History A’la Carte May 2017

  Grab a cup of copy and enjoy a selection of fascinating history tidbits.      Sit up Straight! Bad posture and the ‘Neck Swing’ in the 18th century. Devices to make us sit or stand ‘straight’ are certainly nothing new. What have changed are attitudes towards posture. For the Georgians, posture was partly medical, …

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May 20 2017

Chocolate cups and trembleuse saucers

What makes chocolate cups different from teacups or coffee cups? It’s been a rough month around here. My father’s had a major health crisis that resulted in three hospitalizations in as many weeks. He had surgery, then had complications and his complications had complications, literally.  How does one cope with such things? Chocolate. In frequent, …

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May 18 2017

Heir of Rosings Park Ch 6

Mr. Collins has some surprising news in today’s chapter.   Find additional chapters HERE  Chapter 6 The clock chimed five o’clock and the table was set for dinner. And then it chimed six. Mary and Charlotte sat in the back parlor, looking at each other, or rather trying not to look at Mr. Collins. The …

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May 16 2017

Wedding Dresses in Jane Austen’s World

Though nearly all of Jane Austen’s works end with a wedding, she does not spend much time detailing the weddings themselves, much less the wedding dresses. Modern brides often spend a great deal of effort and money on the wedding dress and expect to wear it only once. Honestly, it is hard to imagine another …

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May 13 2017

Longbourn: Dragon Entail Deleted Scene

One of the fun and frustrating things about writing book is that sometimes you write scenes that don’t make it into the final version. Here’s one that didn’t. It originally fit it just before the Dragon Conclave scene, but after I wrote that scene, it seemed unnecessary. Still, it seems a shame to waste it! …

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