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It takes me quite a while for me to write, since I write all of my stories by hand in leather-bound journals. (Even though I admit that I have succumbed to the use of modern ink pens and do not actually use quills). I usually write late at night, or sometimes, in periods, very early in the mornings. All of my stories take place during the Victorian era in Great Britain, which for me is a wonderful time period, and which is by default so entirely romantic (this is an era before the idea of speed dating!) and when erotica and sex was utterly, utterly forbidden.
January 20, 2012
Review: A View Of A Cemetery (Lust & Lace Vol. I) by Lady T.L. Jennings
Having gently resisted his elderly Aunt's efforts to marry him off, William, a Victorian gentleman takes an apartment overlooking an old cemetery. One late winter evening, as he sits before the window writing his next story, he sees a light in the cemetery. Concerned about grave robbers, he goes to investigate. Will he survive the encounter with the distressed young lady he finds there instead of criminals?
A View Of A Cemetery is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
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