Tag Archives: Phantom of the Opera

Fiction…Monday: Christmas at the Opera Garnier (Part Two)

Happy holidays!  Today I’m continuing my Christmas excerpt from my Phantom of the Opera trilogy.  Read Part One here, for the preceding scene and a little more context.  Most of this excerpt is from Meg Giry’s point of view, though … Continue reading

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Fiction Friday: Christmas at the Opera Garnier (Part One)

It’s been a long time, but I’ve posted excerpt before from my reimagining of The Phantom of the Opera…which I finished the first draft of for 2016’s NaNoWriMo.  It also turned out to be a trilogy (!) but that’s a … Continue reading

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Fiction Friday: Mothers, Daughters and Phantoms

I haven’t done a Fiction Friday in a while, and I thought it might be fun to share a scene from the Phantom of the Opera retelling I’m in the process of revising.  I brought this scene into my writing … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween – and on to the Writing!

Halloween almost entirely snuck up on me this year, and if I didn’t happen to have a collection of masks, I wouldn’t have anything to wear to my office Halloween party today.  I’ve been rather more focused on tomorrow–November 1st, … Continue reading

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Literary Pet Peeves

I like most of what I read, and even books with flaws are often enjoyable…but there are some things that just bug me.  A recent conversation with a friend involving a small amount of ranting on both sides about bookish … Continue reading

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