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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

~Regency Wednesday~ Locksmith's Daughter

My 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue defines a Locksmith's Daughter simply as a key

I know there's more to it than this but that was all the inspiration I needed to pen a short story titled The Locksmith's Daughter. It's a contemporary romance, a first for me. Can't say I'll ever do it again, but it was fun to write at the time. (Contemporary just isn't my thing.) I plan to list this short for sale, eventually, as a $0.99 download. At the moment, it's far less than 5000 words and I think I'd like to add a bit to it before releasing it. 

Happy reading, writing, and blogging!! 


Rachel Rossano said...

A new story! *happy dance* :)

Jaimey Grant said...

It could use another beta read, if you're interested, Rachel. ;O)



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