Tag Archive: Christmas scenes

Jan 06 2016

Pride & Prejudice Christmas Scene: A Twelfth Night Ball to Forget

A full month of posts to celebrate the Christmastide season. Stories, traditions, recipes, videos, games and a giveaway to fill your Yuletide with Regency Era fun. Click here for a list of all the previous posts.       Though the holiday season is ending, I’d love to send it of with one final hurrah. So, …

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Jan 01 2016

Pride and Prejudice Christmas Scene: First Footer

A full month of posts to celebrate the Christmastide season. Stories, traditions, recipes, videos, games and a giveaway to fill your Yuletide with Regency Era fun. Click here for a list of all the previous posts.   December 31, 1811.  Mr. Bingley and his party have left Netherfield. Jane has gone to London with the Gardiners. …

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Dec 29 2015

Pride and Prejudice Christmas Scene: Darcy and the Harlequin

A full month of posts to celebrate the Christmastide season. Stories, traditions, recipes, videos, games and a giveaway to fill your Yuletide with Regency Era fun. Click here for a list of all the previous posts. Now through the end of the month, I’ll be giving away e-book copies of all my books and short stories, …

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Dec 26 2015

Pride and Prejudice Christmas Scene: Boxing Day Charity

A full month of posts to celebrate the Christmastide season. Stories, traditions, recipes, videos, games and a giveaway to fill your Yuletide with Regency Era fun. Click here for a list of all the previous posts. Now through the end of the month, I’ll be giving away e-book copies of all my books and short stories, …

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Dec 25 2015

Pride and Prejudice Christmas Scene: Christmas Dinner at Longbourn

A full month of posts to celebrate the Christmastide season. Stories, traditions, recipes, videos, games and a giveaway to fill your Yuletide with Regency Era fun. Click here for a list of all the previous posts. Now through the end of the month, I’ll be giving away e-book copies of all my books and short stories, …

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