Author has written 1 story for Historical.
Aussie girl || fifteen || short || bookworm || hopeless romantic (a sucker for periodical romances) || victim of imaginative bombardment (amoungst other things)||
So many of our dreams at first seen impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.
- Christopher Reeve (Speech at Democratic National Convention, August 1996)
All the privilege I claim for my own sex (and it is not a very enviable one, you need not covet it) is that of loving longest when existence or when hope is gone.
- Anne Elliott (Persuasuion - Jane Austen)
One minute we talk of the colour of fruit, the next of love. How does that happen?
- John Thorton (Television adaption of North and South by Elisabeth Gaskell)
Everything you can imagine is real.
- Pablo Picasso
Having trouble finding decent writing time so will update when can!
All comments and suggestions are really appreciated - and who knows I might just use your ideas for the plots!
Untitled (title open to suggestions): London 1894. Lydia, 18,is thrown into the middle of a TB outbreak. When her mother and many others fall to the disease, Lydia is thrown into a new world. A world where she becomes a pivot point for lust and hate, betrayal and loyalty, murder but above all else an impossible attempt at forbidden love. And it all starts with a rich, distant relative and a trip to the Continent.
A Changing Wind: Ever heard the saying that if you pull a face and the wind changes you're stuck?Can't do much...right? Well what if that wind is fate? And it carries someone you never expected to see again? Lizzie is now at boarding school after her father moves jobs yet again. Almost half way across the world from her first meeting with Andrew Black and the events that took place,can he show her that timing and situation are everything?
Feast and Famine (NOT UP YET- Comments welcome): The correspondance between cousins during the Potato Famine in Ireland.Charlotte's father,a clergyman from outside Edinburgh,is moving the family to Ireland to assist in finding jobs for the poor. He and his collegues believe that removing them to areas where there are jobs to be had is the best way to cope with the famine, but what happens when in order to keep the peace he needs to have incresed meetings with the young Bryan Campbell, who insists the Irish should stay in Ireland?