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Megan Whitson Lee
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Author of inspirational fiction.
Author of inspirational fiction.

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Farewell for now...
After much consideration, I have decided to shut down this blog and move all of my news and info to my website. If you'd like to keep following me, please sign up for my newsletter on my website, or follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. Thanks for all ...
Farewell for now...
Farewell for now...
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Thursday Thoughts on Reading
Today I'm a guest blogger on Pamela S. Thibodeaux's site, Pam's Wild Rose Blog. Check out my "Thursday Thoughts" on reading here . Suburban Dangers is available in paperback or e-book on Amazon or wherever books are sold.
Thursday Thoughts on Reading
Thursday Thoughts on Reading
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Tuesday Treasures Guest Blog
Today I am over on fellow Pelican Book Group author Pamela Thibodeaux's blog with a guest post on the things I treasure. Stop by and say hi! Link to blog
Tuesday Treasures Guest Blog
Tuesday Treasures Guest Blog
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A Blog Visit and a Giveaway of Suburban Dangers
Marianne Evans is hosting me and highlighting Suburban Dangers over on her blog, A Minute with Marianne . I'm also offering a giveaway of an e-book of Suburban Dangers . Head over to her blog to enter. She will announce the winner Friday, May 26th. Here is ...
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Regency Respite
I will be off the map and not blogging for several weeks while I endeavor to finish book two in my Regency series. Book one, Dangerous to Know , is slated for release sometime in the fall--a novel loosely based on the marriage of Byron and Annabella Milbank...
Regency Respite
Regency Respite
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Anne Bronte: The Realist
I've never read The Tenant of Wildfell Hall . Or Agnes Grey . I've read Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights a million times, but nothing by the youngest Bronte sister. But let me rectify this situation at once. Both of the novels will be on my summer reading li...
Anne Bronte: The Realist
Anne Bronte: The Realist
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Happy Good Friday from Regency Realm
Happy Good Friday from Regency Realm
Happy Good Friday from Regency Realm
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Charlotte Bronte's Marriage
In my blog last week on Emily Bronte, I wrote that Wuthering Heights is my favorite novel. This week, I'll add that Charlotte Bronte's novel,  Jane Eyre, runs a close second. (public domain) Over the years, I may have read Jane Eyre more than any other nove...
Charlotte Bronte's Marriage
Charlotte Bronte's Marriage
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Who was Emily Bronte?
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favorite novel is Wuthering Heights .
I first read it when I was around eleven years old and was immediately drawn to
the rugged landscape, the bleak tone, the unfulfilled longing that cried out
from the pages. Masterpiece’s To Walk Invisible , a two-hou...
Who was Emily Bronte?
Who was Emily Bronte?
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Juvenile Crime in the Regency
Charles
Dickens’s classic novel, Oliver Twist ,
offers up a glimpse of the hard-knock world of England’s nineteenth century. Workhouses
and orphanages were a fact of life for unfortunate children who had nowhere
else to go and no one to care for them. Pover...
Juvenile Crime in the Regency
Juvenile Crime in the Regency
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