Friday, October 16, 2015

False Identity: Fictitious Friday Part II

**Were you able to stop by part I this morning and enter the first giveaway of the day? My dear friend, Pepper Basham, who helped brainstorm with me at the beginning stages of my own novel, Lady Jane Lives, is releasing her SECOND Historical novel! Her faith and heart are so big, and her stories reveal it in an amazing way!
Be sure to get her first novel, The Thorn Bearer, and then be on the look out for her next one, The Thorn Keeper.**


It's time for another crumb from the Tudor legacy....another glimpse at the intertwining of the bard and a woman years before his time...AND a GIVEAWAY opportunity!

In high school, I had to stand in front of my English class and recite Polonious's monologue to his son. And I will never forget the timeless morsel of wisdom carried on across culture and time.

Today's Fictitious Friday (part deux) highlights this:

Intrigued yet?

GIVEAWAY entry time!

If you haven't yet, go "like" my Facebook page, and then answer the question below! You'll be entered in the All Saints Day (Nov. 1) drawing for a Starbucks card AND a great Tudor-inspired novel. 

What line, phrase, or character has stuck in your mind from your school days? And how can you apply it to your life today?

I would have to say, besides the above quote, Jane Eyre has been a character who has been in my mind since my Junior year of high school when I first read Bronte's novel. Jane overcame much, and even though she was wronged, her love and compassion win above all!

Hope to hear from you!

Be sure to stop by my first post today if you haven't yet! 

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