Thursday Three Hundred– Hidden Hearts

Last month, I started an on-going story for Thursday Three Hundred. I was inspired by Scott's Grotto in Ware, Hertfordshire and noticed that Pride and Prejudice is the only story where the characters have no day trips planned. In the last post, Darcy accidentally accosted Elizabeth's person while attempting to hide from the shrill voices of … Continue reading Thursday Three Hundred– Hidden Hearts

Thursday Three Hundred– Hidden Hearts

I'm going to try something new on the blog. I'm going to do a continuing story for Thursday Three Hundred. Each post will be at least 300 words. The full story, however, will be a short story of about 10,000 words. I will probably later publish them as a collection of short stories. Scotts Grotto … Continue reading Thursday Three Hundred– Hidden Hearts

Thursday Three Hundred- The Change

How did Edmund Bertram ever realize he was in love with Fanny Price? Austen does not tell us much: Scarcely had he done regretting Mary Crawford, and observing to Fanny how impossible it was that he should ever meet with such another woman, before it began to strike him whether a very different kind of … Continue reading Thursday Three Hundred- The Change

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

Thursday Three Hundred- The Balm of Kellynch Hall

My song for Music Monday this week was Mercy by Brett Young. For the first time, I considered how cruel a woman could be during a break-up. Naturally, it made me consider how kind Anne Elliot had been--or tried to be. What follows is about one thousand words of torturing Captain Wentworth. The Balm of … Continue reading Thursday Three Hundred- The Balm of Kellynch Hall

Thursday Three Hundred- 14th of October, Regency

Last week, I posted a story inspired by Thomas Rhett's Unforgettable. It had a modern setting. Today, I have a story inspired by the same song but set in the Regency Era. Let me know which you liked better! 14th of October, Regency   Charles Bingley greeted the master of ceremonies of the country assembly … Continue reading Thursday Three Hundred- 14th of October, Regency

Thursday Three Hundred- 14th of October

For a year or two now (or longer??) I've been enjoying Leenie Brown's blog posts on Thursdays (well, all the posts). Each week, she shares at least 300 words of a story and it is connected to her Music Monday and Wordless Wednesday posts as well. I'll be doing it a bit different than Leenie. … Continue reading Thursday Three Hundred- 14th of October