Tag: Maria Grace

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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Such a good idea in my head: my Belle gown

Sometimes a project seems like a really good idea in your head. Then the reality turns out a little different. After last year’s ball, I came to the conclusion that I really needed another ball gown. Not needed as in “I really want another dress.’ but needed as in (1) Whoever thought trains on a …

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Marriage Annulments in Jane Austen’s World

Marriage was a serious business in the regency. Divorce was nearly impossible to obtain, but what about annulments? What happened if a young person ‘married in haste’ but then repented of his or her decision? Annulment, when possible, was the best option to end a marriage since it did not carry the social stigma of a …

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Pride and Prejudice: Behind the Scenes Giveaway

Fifteen authors come together to celebrate 200 years of Pride and Prejudice by exploring what might have happened in the scenes Austen didn’t write.  Comment on this post for a chance to win an ebook.  PRIDE & PREJUDICE: BEHIND THE SCENES  What did Mr. Darcy think when he first saw Elizabeth Bennet? How did Miss …

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And the Winner is…

The readers have spoken and the consensus is clear…. Last week I asked your opinions on the publishing title for The Heir of Rosings Park and the response was overwhelming! Thanks so much to everyone who spoke up and offered their thoughts. So without further ado, here’s the title to watch for at the end …

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