Tag Archives: Victoria Holt

In Defense of the First-Person Narrator

Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again… From the first time I read Rebecca, these words have been pure magic to me. Though the people around her never even call her by name, this narrator ushers the reader … Continue reading

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Setting the Mood

So, what about a setting makes it feel romantic? We tend to complain about settings being too wallpapery (the 21st Century Regency) or too cliched (every small town in possession of a fetching heroine must be in want of a … Continue reading

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