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If he fails to achieve his dream, how will he win the love and respect he is seeking? Last year I was given the wonderful opportunity to read this historical novel by American author and Edwardian England specialist Carrie Turansky.
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In keeping with the depictions of social class presented the tone feels polite, which may jar with those who prefer more contemporary renditions of character angst and unfettered emotions. Available from Amazon. As usual, the writing is excellent, the sense of period is perfect, and the characters. I liked the way Miss Caroline Hatherleigh went through a complete yet convincing change in her character. I also liked the way what could have been a lighthearted romance showed unexpected depths. Caroline Hatherleigh has been raised to believe that feelings of love in marriage are for the lower orders, and to consider attending church as a social obligation, not something one does for any deeper meaning.
But she wants more from a marriage than mere affection. And her beliefs on faith are challenged when she is shunted off to south Devonshire to visit her grandmother, where she meets Gideon Kirby and his sister. Anyway, Gideon would have to show an interest in her first. Gideon is in Devon for two reasons: to hunt for fossils in the same area as the famous Mary Anning, and to protect his sister from the monster she married. Emma is hiding from an abusive husband, which adds a layer of suspense to the plot. Domestic violence is a topic which is rarely discussed in historical fiction, as is the mix of science and faith.
Gideon faces some of those challenges in That means we have another two Carolyn Miller novels to look forward to. With devastating scars in her past, Serena Winthrop is sure no man can be trusted—especially not a man like the too-smooth Viscount Carmichael. His reputation as a flirt and a gambler is everything she despises.
And the young artist makes sure that this disreputable heir to an earldom knows of her deep disapproval whenever they encounter one another. Henry, Lord Carmichael, is perfectly aware of his charms. But the more he learns of her, the more he realizes she might be his best reason for changing his character. Now Henry must choose between the life mapped out for him as the earl apparent and the love of his life. Amazon ChristianBook Goodreads Koorong. This review previously appeared at International Christian Fiction Writers. It implies Miss Serena only has one secret, when she actually has several.
These combine to persuade her that she will never marry. She will especially not marry a man like her father, a gambler who lost their fortune at the tables. So she is not impressed when she meets gambler and womaniser Lord Henry Carmichael. This is a sweet and slow love story. Instead, both characters have plenty of time to get to know each other and to change—to mature into people who are able to fall in love and contemplate marriage. Regency romance has had a resurgence of popularity in recent years, but many of the general market novels have a lot of sex and not much Christian faith—which seems at odds with the period.
She is married, with four gorgeous children, who all love to read and write! Her favourite authors are classics like Jane Austen of course! Today we welcome Carolyn Miller for Fiction Friday. Carolyn has also offered a giveaway of one of her books. Thank you Carolyn for visiting with us today.
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I love historical fiction, especially historical romance, and now have two Regency Brides trilogies released with a third series releasing this year. I really enjoy the way historical fiction can teach us about the past without cramming it down our throats like in school. It can be so interesting to learn some of the reasons for why our culture and society is the way it is. I also enjoy contemporary romance, and have a number of pre-published works in this genre, too.
Other authors I grew to love include Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer, both of whom have a delicious wit and a fabulous way of showing the intricacies of family and small-town relationships. But I never really did anything with it thanks high school! As I wanted impartial feedback, and started entering online writing contests, where the feedback was definitely unbiased! Then I started writing other stories, and entering yet more contests, and started to improve, and then started to win. By this stage I had a number of contemporary stories and a few historicals, so when an agent judging one of the contests wanted to sign me, I was able to offer her a historical, which she then was able to present to US publisher Kregel Publications, a great family owned Christian publisher, which led to my first published novel, The Elusive Miss Ellison.
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Thanks to a session Narelle Atkins led at the Omega Writers Conference in Melbourne I was able to work my stories into a series, which then led to another series, and then a third. My advice for those wanting to be an author is just keep writing! Working as a well-paid! Or a songwriter. Or an architect.
I love design and creativity. I also enjoy travel, especially with my family, and seeking out new adventures. And if it was a meal at Buckingham Palace, well, all the better! When she visits south Devonshire and encounters a fossil-hunting scientist and his sister, her assumptions about what is right are shaken. She is suddenly confronted by questions she has never considered about the importance of friendship and faith—and her comfortable understanding about how the world works is thrown off balance. But his scientific leanings are being challenged by both his personal beliefs and by local smugglers in the Devonshire countryside.
When a mysterious stranger visits the village, that secret is set to be exposed, no matter how Gideon fights. Then tragedy strikes in a smugglers cave. And the threat of scandal may lead to broken hearts and passionless propriety. To enter the giveaway just leave a comment or question for Carolyn by March 29 and the winner will be announced in the April Latest Releases.
Welcome to the March latest releases. Congratulations to all who have a release this month. Also in this post is the winner of the February gift voucher. Pre-order at Amazon. When three people take the wrong suitcase from baggage claim, their lives change forever. When David, Gillian, and Michael each take the wrong suitcase from baggage claim, the airline directs them to retrieve their bags at a mysterious facility in a deserted part of the city.
Spiritual Content A lot. Todd and his friends are all Christians and they talk to Christy a lot about giving her life to Christ and becoming a Christian. Christy prays a few times. Violence One of the kids at the party Christy attends tries to body surf while high, and crashes into the jetty. Drug and Alcohol Content Christy attends a party where it ends up kids are drinking beer, and some kids are smoking marijuana.
Sexual Content A girl Christy meets and a non-Christian friend of Todd's leave the beach together, implying an encounter, but it is not said out right, and Christy, in her innocence, doesn't realize it. Conclusion I love this book, and all its following books. The central theme is giving your heart to God and loving Him forever, and growing in Him while growing up.
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Suspects had to defend themselves before the House of Un-American Activities Commission and the identities of their accusers and even the nature of many of the accusations were typically kept secret from the accused. A practice that mirrors the treatment of the accused in the Salem witch trials of Justice William O. The play focuses on the fact that, once accused, a person would have little chance of acquittal, given the irrational and circular reasoning of both the courts and the public.
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The Crucible explores this theme in the context of the Salem witch trials. Many citizens of Salem lost their sense of decency and community when they went along with the crowd to continue the persecution of the innocent. This genocide was supported by the national government, local military and civil officials and the mass media. Miller spent hours studying the testimonies of the participants in the Salem trial. He was particularly interested in the testimony against a farmer named John Proctor who was executed for conspiring with the Devil. Miller discovered a connection between Abigail Williams and the Rev.
Parrish and that both were somehow linked to John and Elizabeth Proctor. There were sexual innuendos throughout the transcript. So Miller introduced the fictionalized adulterous relationship between Proctor and the young Abigail in order to create the necessary dramatic energy and provide the reason for Abigail to accuse Elizabeth of witchcraft. Miller became attached to his characters and to the real people they represented.
In , the Puritans of Salem Village were finally allowed to form their own covenanted church congregation and ordain their own minister. Salem Village was torn by internal disputes between neighbours who disagreed about the choice of Samuel Parris as their first ordained minister, and about the choice to grant him the deed to the parsonage as part of his compensation.
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In The Crucible the Rev. The Puritans were a political and religious party which began in the midth century in England. The party opposed the doctrine of the Catholic Church and accused the new Protestant Church of England of continuing to follow Catholic traditions. This success was short-lived and the resultant emigration of Puritans to Massachusetts in the US produced a population of fervently religious and politically astute settlers.
The Puritan community was a patriarchal society. Children were at the bottom of the social ladder and girls were trained from a young age to perform household duties, serve their husbands and bear their children. Increasing family size fuelled disputes over land between neighbours and within families, such as those between Thomas Putnam and Giles Corey. Such quarrels were further enhanced by the religious fervour of the Puritans Proctor was condemned for ploughing on Sunday. Consequently, loss of crops, livestock, and children, as well as earthquakes and bad weather, were attributed to the wrath of God.
In order to assist learners to better understand the context in which The Crucible was written ask them to identify and research the following issues:. Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. I will discuss three themes although there are others.
The Crucible is set in a theocratic society, in which the church and the state are one, and the form of religion is Puritanism, a very strict and ridged form of Protestantism. The Crucible highlights the role hysteria plays in tearing apart a community. Hysteria thrives when people benefit from it. It suspends the norms of daily life and allows the manifestation of dark desires under the cover of righteousness.
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In The Crucible :. In The Crucible the witch trials empower several marginalized members of Salem society. In general, women occupy the lowest rung of male-dominated Salem and have few options in life. They work as servants for townsmen until they are old enough to be married off and have children of their own.
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In order to assist learners to better understand the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in The Crucible ask them to identify and research the following issues:. Ask learners to think of the results of such intolerance and to suggest ways in which it could be overcome.