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#914213 added June 27, 2017 at 6:19am
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History Writing, Extreme Weather
Blog City Prompt: Joy asked us to write about historical fiction.

I am a big fan of Jane Austen and medieval fiction. I write a lot of Jane Austen fiction stories but I love writing about past Medieval queens and princesses. I would loved to have lived in Jane Austen times and wish I could have been a princess in Medieval times in England. I have a fantasy for it. I feel like I was born 4 centuries too late. Regency times in England is a passion for me. After I discovered Jane Austen, I have become a Jane Austen historian and her biggest fan. I read contemporary romances but I would rather read Jane Austen and Pride and Prejudice sequels.

Victoria Holt wrote medieval fiction and I have read all her books. Jane wrote in the time she lived and she seemed so happy and wrote about Darcy and it is too bad she never found her Mr. Darcy. I wish I had lived in Jane's time. I would liked to have gone to balls. That would have been fun!

BCOF Prompt: Lyn asked us to write about today's forecast and go to the extreme with it.

It rained all day and it rained cats and dogs. The Humane Society got a lot of new dogs and cats and people were in the mood to adopt them. Lake Michigan became an ocean and Indiana looked like Ireland because everything was so green and we got more woods. Indiana didn't look boring anymore. Mountains appeared. Gee, Toto, we aren't in Indiana anymore. I am happy! Indiana never looked better!

A beautiful Sig of me by best friend Angel for St. Pats Day.

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