Summer of Stories

At the top of the page, you’ll see a tab for Short Stories. I haven’t posted any recently, until today. I’ve just added ‘Life After Darcy’, in its entirety. (For the first time EVER!) It’s one of my favorites from the short story collection I released last November.

I am giving myself a summer challenge (I’m in the south, so summer starts in about 2 weeks 🙂 ), to post a short story each week until I don’t have any left. I have at least 9 sitting around on my hard drive, and a few more unfinished that I will try to polish up, complete, and post here for your delectation. Each time there is a new story, I’ll add a quick line here on the main blog page so that those of you that follow the blog will receive a notification that there is something new.

They range in length from 2,000 words to 12,000 and have wildly varied topics and time periods.

As always, feel free to comment and share (I LOVE comments!), but if you share it, please do it properly (meaning don’t take my name off it or change it in any way – though I’m sure you would never do such a thing.)

Here’s a quick link for today’s story.

Happy reading!

Top 10 regency variations

Great list! Though I’m likely biased…

Obsessed with Mr Darcy


After yesterday’s top 10 modern variations, today it is top 10 regency. Not everything was published this year, but it was new for me.

1. Mr Bennet’s Dutiful Daughter by Joana Starnes
2. Darcy vs. Bennet by Victoria Kincaid
3.The Trouble to Check Her by Maria Grace
4. Dearest Friends by Pamela Lynne
5. The Houseguest by Elizabeth Adams
6. Particular Intentions by L. L. Diamond
7. Master Elizabeth Bennet by Melanie Schertz
8. A Lesson Hard Learned by Wendi Sotis
9. Love Letters From Mr. Darcy by J. Dawn King
10. The Gypsy Blessing by Wendi Sotis

The Gypsy Blessing is the regency part of yesterday mentioned Foundation of Love.
A Lesson Hard Learned takes Darcy to America after the proposal. As much as I didn’t like him to be so far from Elizabeth, those chapters were very enjoyable too.
In Dearest Friends Elizabeth bumps into Darcy…

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