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Tuesday Critique: A Letter Unsent #3

Here's a third helping from my latest work in progress, a sequel to my Regency short story A Gift Unsought.  This will probably be the last one, at least for a while, as I'm starting nanowrimo on Friday.  With the family dressed and occupied with welcoming the guests to the ball, all but the footmen… Continue reading Tuesday Critique: A Letter Unsent #3

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Tuesday Critique: A Letter Unsent (Part 2)

Here's a second excerpt from my current work in progress, a sequel to my Christmas Regency story A Gift Unsought. “I have to take care of the laundry.” She held up the bundle of clothes and stepped farther away before he could capture her again.Predictably, he followed her. “Ketty may have had her fill of… Continue reading Tuesday Critique: A Letter Unsent (Part 2)

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Tuesday Critique: A Letter Unsent

Here's a bit of my latest work in progress, a sequel to my Regency Christmas story from last year, A Gift Unsought.  This one will take place at Valentine's Day, and will take up the story of Alethea Fenn and Pierce Rowland where they left off. Lady Holmwood’s breakfast bell rang, and Alethea sprang into… Continue reading Tuesday Critique: A Letter Unsent