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

Fantasy Friday- Mr. Darcy and the Bewitched Sisters Chapter Four Part Three

The following morning, after the food had been cleared from the breakfast table and Mrs. Bennet ordered the school things brought out for the little ones, Jane, Elizabeth, and Kate made their way to Mr. Bennet’s library. He had been asked by the steward to pay a call on a tenant, and so the girls … Continue reading Fantasy Friday- Mr. Darcy and the Bewitched Sisters Chapter Four Part Three

Thursday Three Hundred–Greater than Friends

  On Monday, I posted the song Friends Don't by Maddie and Tae. I wrote that it reminded me of Emma and Knightley. I could have written from a few other locations in the book, but chose the scene where Harriet Smith acknowledges that she loves Mr. Knightley--and believes he loves her in return. I … Continue reading Thursday Three Hundred–Greater than Friends

Fantasy Friday- Mr. Darcy and the Bewitched Sisters, Chapter Three Part One

Chapter Three   Instead of dreaming of gentlemen as might be supposed after a ball, each lady dreamed of their deceased parent. Mr. Morland came to Kate bathed in a white glow and bade her go to the woods behind the east garden. The deceased Mrs. Bennet ordered her daughters there as well. Jane obeyed … Continue reading Fantasy Friday- Mr. Darcy and the Bewitched Sisters, Chapter Three Part One