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Pod-Cast of The Secret of Willow Cottage – The Tale of the Reluctant Bride 30th June

June 28, 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

The Secret of Willow Cottage and the Tale of the Reluctant Bride – the first part of my two-part Flash Fiction story about Serena and Sebastian will be Pod-Cast tonight,  June 30th at 7pm (UK time).

Please follow the link to hear Morgen Bailey read the first part if this tale of undying love, romance and adventure.

http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/2013/06/30/baileys-writing-tips-podcast-short-stories-episode-no-28.

You can also find it here:

Podcast Short Stories, Flash Fiction Fridays,  Contributors.

You can also read the story on my blog or visit Morgen Bailey’s Writing Blog and read it there.

I really hope you enjoy it.

Follow this link to read the original publication:

http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/flash-fiction-friday-081-the-secret-of-willow-cottage-and-the-tale-of-the-reluctant-bride-by-jane-risdon

Part Two – The Secret of Willow Cottage and the Tale of the Jilted Lover will be Pod-Cast on August 11th at 7pm.  Links available nearer the date.

Please leave both Morgen and myself a comment if you drop in and read the stories or listen to the Pod-Casts.

Final resting place....but not for Sebastian. (c) Jane Risdon 2013

Final resting place….but not for Sebastian. (c) Jane Risdon 2013

Thanks so much for visiting my blog today – always appreciated –  and do please come again.

And there are more Short Stories and Flash Fiction stories as well; check out the Menu and go to Tasters or Blog for more to read.

The Family Estate Serena Beaufort hoped to save with her marriage (c) Jane Risdon 2010

The Family Estate Serena Beaufort hoped to save with her marriage (c) Jane Risdon 2010

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

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

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2 Comments
  1. Elisa, thanks so much for reading/listening to the story of the Reluctant Bride, I am glad you liked it even though it was a sad tale and filled you with hope for her and her lover. Do read the other part f the story; The Secret of Willow Cottage and the Tale of the Jilted Lover – let me know what you think about Sebastian and his tale. Hope you enjoy it as well. 🙂

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  2. Mistery and Love gently melt together…while reading the tale I couldn’t help pretending to be this poor bride..desperated and trapped in a trunk…with her broken heart, gasping and crying…dead without knowing about her lover’s fate…and then decads later her body found…in a corner of my mind I wished just for a moment it wasn’t that girl…hoping she had joined her lover and made their way to America…This belief hasn’t fade away anyway…;)

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