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The Red Palace – A Short Story

December 1, 2017 5:41 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Below is a link to The Red Palace. It takes place during 1857 and involves events surround the Sepoy Rebellion against the British East Indian Company.   Prince Badar Ali encounters Elizabeth Wilkins under unusual circumstances and sets in motion a sensual game. To his surprise Elizabeth learns to play it... read more

John Carter’s Conundrum – Chapter Four

October 31, 2017 1:50 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The title image is by William Hogarth, an 18th-century English painter and printmaker. Today’s blog as well as next Tuesday’s are the first two chapters of my new short story, John Carter’s Conundrum. For four more short stories available for free, go to: https://julietetelandresen.com/ Chapter Four The moment he left she... read more

John Carter’s Conundrum – Chapter Three

October 27, 2017 2:40 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The title image is by William Hogarth, an 18th-century English painter and printmaker. Today’s blog as well as next Tuesday’s are the first two chapters of my new short story, John Carter’s Conundrum. For four more short stories available for free, go to: https://julietetelandresen.com/ Chapter Three Serena had, finally, seen no... read more

John Carter’s Conundrum – Chapter Two

October 24, 2017 3:18 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The title image is by William Hogarth, an 18th-century English painter and printmaker. Today’s blog as well as next Tuesday’s are the first two chapters of my new short story, John Carter’s Conundrum. For four more short stories available for free, go to: https://julietetelandresen.com/ Chapter Two Upon leaving the cemetery of... read more

John Carter’s Conundrum – Chapter One

October 20, 2017 3:01 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The title image is by William Hogarth, an 18th-century English painter and printmaker. Today’s blog as well as next Tuesday’s are the first two chapters of my new short story, John Carter’s Conundrum. For four more short stories available for free, go to: https://julietetelandresen.com/ Chapter One London, 1785 When John Carter... read more

India Historical Romance Short Story

The Red Palace IV

September 1, 2017 10:25 am Published by Leave your thoughts

This is the fourth entry in my latest short story, The Red Palace. Click here to start with Chapter 1, or catch up on Chapter 2 and Chapter 3. Chapter Four In the morning Gita came with another tray of food and a fresh robe. She replaced the old tray on the low table with the new... read more

India Historical Romance Short Story

The Red Palace III

August 29, 2017 10:14 am Published by Leave your thoughts

This is the third entry in my latest short story, The Red Palace. Click here to start with Chapter 1 or catch up on Chapter 2. Chapter Three Elizabeth was rigid with emotional shock and limbs stiff from immobility. Thus, when Gita came to help her up and to enfold her in... read more

India Historical Romance Short Story

The Red Palace II

August 25, 2017 12:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The next few blog entries will be the opening chapters of my short story The Red Palace. Click here to catch up on Chapter One.   Chapter Two Badar Ali had enlisted the help of Gita, his old nurse who was like a mother to him, his own having died in... read more

India Historical Romance Short Story

The Red Palace I

August 22, 2017 9:16 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Over the next two weeks I will be posting the first four chapters of my new short story The Red Palace. Other stories are available as free downloads on my site: A Most Curious Courtship, Lord Blackwell’s Rude Awakening, The Wedding Night and The Alpha’s Edge. Rajgurat, India 1857 Chapter... read more

A Most Curious Courtship- Part 1

May 19, 2017 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Chapter One Three-Hour’s Ride Southwest of London 1815 Country roads were deuced confusing at times, and this was one of them. Jonathan Avery, arriving at a dead end, wheeled Morocco back toward the hamlet he had lately passed. As he trotted along toward the huddle of dwellings hidden around the... read more