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Sir Elijah Wood

Master Dom Monaghan

Hello! Here I am, posting part two, whch is very satisfyng for me, at least. It is a little different from my other stories, as it has a lot of the boys praying - but that is how it was in those far-off days.

I hope none of you have been inconvenienced by the volcanic ash. It doesn't appear to have reached us, yet. I do trust it never does - it won't do my asthma any good at all. Still, the sun is shining gloriously, so that's ok . Hope it stays like it, too.

Awaiting delivery of pizza for The Eldest and Rich, and chicken pour moi. :D

Serpent's Tooth - Two )

Some Pics

Apr. 16th, 2010 05:10 pm
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Ahead of this week's posting I thought some of you would like to see a picture of some of the folks mentioned in this story. I hope you like them. I am having so much fun doing this - you have no idea. It's not a period in history that has grabbed me, much, until now.

Now, well - Consider me grabbed.

This Way to the Pics )
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Dom's House

Hello there! After a week of running about (figuratively) between hospitals and dentists, I am truly tired. but then, to allay my weariness, I have been getting on with my new story, which I am enjoying muchly.

Now, for those of you au fait with the period in which I am writing, I trust you will remember that it is an Alternate Reality, and although most of the historical details are true, there are some that are patently not.

If you have questions, do feel free to ask me. Having said that - I do hope you enjoy reading it. Huggles.

Serpent's Tooth - One )
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This is a very famous British painting called '...and When Did You Last See Your Father?' of which you might have heard. It pictures a Royalist boy being interrogated by Parliamentarian men, his weeping sister waiting behind him. The boy is standing straight and proud, he is not afraid. Makes me want to hug him.

Hello, friends! As you may guess, my next story is set in the English Civil War, which took place in the 17th century. A few people to whom I have spoken only knew of the American Civil War, so I'm posting a short,rather simplified history of it here, in readiness for next week's post. :D

I have enjoyed writing it SOOOO much, I've nearly finished Book One. If you wish to read further....

The English Civil War )


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