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The Secret of Willow Cottage and the Tale of the Jilted Lover, tonight 7pm ……

May 31, 2013
Willow Cottage (c) Jane Risdon 2010 - Features in The Secret of Willow Cottage Cottage

Willow Cottage (c) Jane Risdon 2010 – Features in The Secret of Willow Cottage Cottage

‘The Secret of Willow Cottage and the Tale of the Jilted Lover’ goes live tonight at 7pm UK time on Morgen Bailey’s Writing Blog, Flash Fiction Friday….follow this link:

I am so excited to know what you all think about this story, especially those of you who asked me to write it. 

This is the story of  what happened to Sebastian Nugent, the jilted lover of Serena Beaufort. 

Where Serena's wedding took place (c) Jane Risdon 2010

Where Sebastian lost Serena (c) Jane Risdon 2010

Serena is the main character in my flash fiction story, ‘The Secret of Willow Cottage and the Tale of the Reluctant Bride,’ and if you are reading about these people for the first time, it would make sense to go over to Morgen Bailey’s Writing Blog where she featured Serena’s story on Flash Fiction Friday back in March.  Here is the link for the first story:

Do read about her first, before reading about Sebastian.


This is not my usual crime story so I hope you will be pleasantly surprised.  Do please let me know what you think – it helps, really it does – to get feedback.

Thanks to everyone who loved Serena’s story so much – Sebastian’s story is for you.  I really appreciate your interest in learning about his fate.  Without you his story would never have seen the light of day.


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  1. Sweet you,

    I’ve an award for you, for the person who you are and the things you share with the world

    Thank you for that..

    Namasté, Summer

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Val Risdon permalink

    Excellent Jane, Sad story….i ALWAYS WANT TO

    Liked by 1 person

    • I am so happy you like it and I know, sometimes these 1,000 word stories seem as if they might make a good book length story – there is so much scope to enhance the plot and story-lines. Glad you managed to drop in. Chat tomorrow. xxxx


  3. Wow, such adventures! You told it very well. I like how you got right to the point.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Great you liked it Jeanice – you only have 1000 words to tell the tale – this one is part two of a story I wrote back in April. So many wanted to know what happened to Sebastian I agreed to write his story. Have you read Serena’s tale? It will make sense then. Lovely to see you here. Thanks 🙂


  4. Jane giggles to herself….and smiles a knowing smile. Still in character Margo, from earlier. 🙂


  5. Thanks for telling us, Jane – I’m looking forward to reading your story.


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