Mr. Darcy’s Grieving Wife– Chapter Four

Happy Halloween! I can't believe it's already Thursday. I've had a busy week and it seemed my plans for posting kept getting thwarted! By the way, did you see the excerpt I shared earlier in the week? Check it out here. Well, we have an accepted offer. Let's see what Mr. Bennet thinks of all … Continue reading Mr. Darcy’s Grieving Wife– Chapter Four

Mr. Darcy’s Grieving Wife- Chapter Three

My husband is, at last, feeling well enough to return to work! Hooray! Honestly, though, he is seldom sick beyond a day so while it was not a serious illness, it affected him strongly. I am pleased he's feeling better for selfish and unselfish reasons. 🙂 On the upside for this story, however, is that … Continue reading Mr. Darcy’s Grieving Wife- Chapter Three

Mr. Darcy’s Grieving Wife- Chapter One

Hello, readers!! I'm so excited to back on the blog with a story to post. I did have a release over the summer, but I was unable to have the time and energy to post it on the blog. If you missed it, you can purchase COURTSHIP AT ROSINGS, here. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WFK5FC1 Let's see...a quick update … Continue reading Mr. Darcy’s Grieving Wife- Chapter One

Friday Feature– A Sense of Obligation

Last time, I featured No Cause to Repine. You can also catch up on all my other features here: Friday Features Today's feature is A Sense of Obligation. I wrote this story after reading a solitary chapter of a work in progress on a fan forum site. The story was later taken down for violating … Continue reading Friday Feature– A Sense of Obligation

How Darcy Saved Christmas– Chapter Two

Previous Chapters: One Chapter Two Fitzwilliam Darcy stomped through his woods toward the great house on the hill. It sat empty now; more like a tomb than a home. He should not have allowed the beautiful termagant to get under his skin, but he was in a foul mood this day. He could not forget … Continue reading How Darcy Saved Christmas– Chapter Two

Motivational Monday– Slow Progress

A lot of writers spend November manically trying to write 50,000 words in a month for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo or NaNo). It's really not so unattainable for the average full-time writer. It averages out to 1667 words a day, which I can do in about an hour. As long as I know what … Continue reading Motivational Monday– Slow Progress

Tea Time Tattle– Series vs. Incomplete

I'm still working on Treasured, Book Three in the Loving Elizabeth Series. I hope to have it out in October. From time to time I'll hear--or rather read--a comment about the story not being complete. This isn't unique to me, of course; lots of writers of series get this comment. Let's do a bit of … Continue reading Tea Time Tattle– Series vs. Incomplete