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. Upheaval and the Push For Reform in the 1830s — April 25, 2017
  2. Longbourn: Dragon Entail Book Launch — April 23, 2017
  3. Heir of Rosings Park Ch 2 — April 20, 2017
  4. Taxed, smuggled and adulterated: Tea in Britain — April 18, 2017
  5. Longbourn: Dragon Entail Chapter 10 — April 15, 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. Longbourn: Dragon Entail Book Launch — 29 comments

Author's posts listings

Apr 25 2017

Upheaval and the Push For Reform in the 1830s

Please welcome Caroline Warfield as she shares with us about the transition between the Regency and Victorian eras. Sometimes a lover of history backs into unexpected bits of fascinating facts. That is what happened when I decided to use the children of one series as the heroes of the next. Their ages forced me to …

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Apr 23 2017

Longbourn: Dragon Entail Book Launch

At last, it’s done! Book 2 of Jane Austen’s Dragons is here! Longbourn: Dragon Entail is live on Amazon, Kobo, Apple, Scribd, and soon on Barnes and Noble! And I can’t wait to give away a copy! Leave a comment below for a chance to win an ebook copy. How about one more installment to …

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Apr 20 2017

Heir of Rosings Park Ch 2

Will Mary Bennet find her happy ending under the reign of the Queen of Rosings Park?   Find additional chapters HERE  Chapter 2 His letters had been so regular since he left for London, two each week on Wednesday and Saturday, bright points in her week to anticipate and cherish. But a full week had …

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Apr 18 2017

Taxed, smuggled and adulterated: Tea in Britain

“Polly put the kettle on, we’ll all have tea.”~Charles Dickens (1812-1870) Barnaby Rudge   Since its popular introduction by Catherine of Braganza, in 1662, tea in Britain was an expensive commodity It was so expensive it was usually kept under lock and key, protected from pilfering by the servants. Both the cupboards and the tea caddies …

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Apr 15 2017

Longbourn: Dragon Entail Chapter 10

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 Elizabeth counted the stairs as she went, making …

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