Tag Archive: Maria Grace

Jun 29 2017

Heir of Rosings Park Chapter 12

Mary finds herself much sought after as Colonel Fitzwilliam installs her at Rosings Park.   Find additional chapters HERE  Chapter 12 Several hours later, the butler ushered her into the manor. His real name was Barkley, but the colonel had taken to calling him Small Tom. Sadly, the man looked more like a small Tom …

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Jun 24 2017

Understanding Dragon Types: Dragon types and Bird Types

Peek into Elizabeth Bennet’s world of dragons through her commonplace book as she seeks to understand dragon types.  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.   September 1801   Mama’s urgent errand …

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Jun 22 2017

Heir of Rosings Park Chapter 11

In which Mary has a very strong opinion.   Find additional chapters HERE  Chapter 11 Icy, prickly cold descended in Charlotte’s little parlor. The kind of cold that frequented Longbourn when Papa had a bad day. The kind of cold that sent Lydia and Kitty running for cover and Mama making him tea with a …

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Jun 15 2017

Heir of Rosings Park Chapter 10

Fitzwilliam sets upon a course of action, but is it the right one?   Find additional chapters HERE  Chapter 10 Some might construe that she deserved Collins’s correction, but some might equally construe that it was Fitzwilliam’s fault that she was put in such a position in the first place. He raked his fingers through …

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Jun 10 2017

Longbourn: Dragon Entail Deleted Scene Aunt Gardiner Worries

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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