Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Cattleya Heiress, Life in Liverpool, England in the 1890s

Though I am so happy to be in the modern culture with all the conveniences, the history of the lives of the late 1800s and early 1900s are still partial in my heart.  Reading historical fiction my whole life could … Continue reading

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Writing in the modern world about the old.

Pinterest allows writers to share their fiction world in visual form.  Escape to Victorian England with me… Source: Writing in the modern world about the old.

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Writing in the modern world about the old.

Pinterest allows writers to share their fiction world in visual form.  Escape to Victorian England with me…

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Your writing will be seen by many..

You feel called to write.  Maybe you have already written your inspired novel, or you have yet to start. What is holding you back on continuing or starting?  Is it fear, self-doubt, or rejection? &… Source: Your writing will be … Continue reading

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Your writing will be seen by many..

You feel called to write.  Maybe you have already written your inspired novel, or you have yet to start. What is holding you back on continuing or starting?  Is it fear, self-doubt, or rejection? “Ask and it will be given … Continue reading

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A Father’s Love

Originally posted on Along Life's Journey:
This morning, I relived the day my father died. I’m not sure how or why it came to me, but tears poured forth as I recalled every detail and felt every emotion. That…

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