Eleanora; or, A Tale Regrettably True

[Hello! This is my eighteenth-century imitation novel, Eleanora (see Islandia, chapter 7). Let me know if you’d like to read more!] LETTER I Mrs Marjorie Waldgrave to the Rev. Joseph Harlowe Adlebury Hill, February 2 Dear Sir, I had just completed my perusal of your fine letter this morning, seated as I was with myContinue reading “Eleanora; or, A Tale Regrettably True”

Chapter 20

Ethel was bringing someone home with her.             “I wonder what he’s really like,” Olive whispered to herself. “Raymond Calzone!”             “I wonder if he’s like a real Romeo?” Frederick wondered out loud. “As for Ethel, she could certainly be Juliet. A match made in Heaven, don’t you think, Olive?”             “Yeah, yeah,” Olive muttered.Continue reading “Chapter 20”