Tag Archive: Elizabeth’s commonplace book of dragons

Jan 17 2017

Understanding Dragon Ranks

Peek into Elizabeth Bennet’s world of dragons through her commonplace book of dragon experiences.  If you missed the start of grown up Elizabeth’s adventure with dragons, check out this post . If you missed the first installment in Elizabeth’s Commonplace Book, you can find it here.   July 1801  I am so excited! I can hardly believe …

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Dec 26 2016

Christmas Dinner…with dragons?

Peek into Longbourn:Dragon Entail, Book 2 in Jane Austen’s Dragons, with a most unusual Christmas dinner at Longbourn. Let me know what you think below–comments inspire me to write faster! I can’t promise  a publication date yet, but I’m looking at the end of first quarter 2017. Keeping fingers crossed!  If you missed the start of …

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Dec 11 2016

Deleted Scene: On the Nature of Fairy Dragons

How about a deleted scene from Pemberley: Mr. Darcy’s Dragon. On the Nature of Fairy Dragons. Late in the evening, Elizabeth made her way back upstairs to her room. She pulled the door closed and turned the lock. The candle she carried cast just enough light to make shadows dance along the walls. April did …

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Nov 20 2016

Some Thoughts on Dragon Etiquette

Peek into Elizabeth Bennet’s world of dragons through her commonplace book of dragon experiences.  If you missed the start of grown up Elizabeth’s adventure with dragons, check out this post . If you missed the first installment in Elizabeth’s Commonplace Book, you can find it here.   June 1801   Mama is not happy with me. Not …

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Nov 03 2016

Regarding Tatzelwurms: Elizabeth’s Commonplace Book of Dragons

During the Regency Era, women kept journals called commonplace books where they recorded things they wanted to save. Not entirely unlike a Regency era pinterest account if you think about it. If a young Elizabeth Bennet grew up hearing and interacting with dragons, no doubt that would be reflected in her own commonplace book. So here …

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