Category Archives: Edwardian

Limelight

Limelight Definition from Dictionary.com LIMELIGHT a : a stage lighting instrument producing illumination by means of an oxyhydrogen flame directed on a cylinder of lime and usually equipped with a lens to concentrate the light in a beam b : the white light produced by such an instrument Click on either of the images below […]

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A new Review for “Carried Away”

Two reviews on Amazon.com so far… and this one posted on Review Link and a little snippet from the review: I would recommend this novella to anyone who has enjoyed the graphic novel, as it fills in the background details of the Suffrajitsu universe and revisits the characters. If you haven’t read the graphic novel, […]

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Get “Carried Away” with my Give Away

a Rafflecopter giveaway From now until Tuesday of Next Week… enter my Rafflecopter Giveaway to help me celebrate my release on Kindle Worlds! As a proper Edwardian Englishman, Lord Arnold Smythe has no time at all for the radical women’s suffrage movement. He becomes infuriated when his wife, Lady Roslyn, shows an interest in the […]

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Kindle Worlds – Carried Away by: Ray Dean

As a proper Edwardian Englishman, Lord Arnold Smythe has no time at all for the radical women’s suffrage movement. He becomes infuriated when his wife, Lady Roslyn, shows an interest in the cause. Meanwhile, young Tressa Boniface, a serving girl in the Smythe’s household, can’t see what all the fuss is about. Why should women […]

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Are your Colours Like Their Dreams?

There may not have been an official ‘uniform’ for the women in the suffrage movement, but there were colours that helped the ladies identify each other. GREEN signified HOPE WHITE represented PURITY PURPLE meant DIGNITY/NOBILITY Their American counterparts would adopt GOLD, WHITE, & PURPLE as their colours. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on […]

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Against Their Will

“I shall never while I live forget the suffering I experienced during the days when those cries were ringing in my ears.” from Emmeline Pankhurst’s autobiography Suffragettes would go on hunger strikes in prison where they would be fed forcibly with tubes if they did not comply with the wardresses that worked in the gaol. […]

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Getting the Vote… Shoulder to the Grind…err Boulder

The Edwardian Era… women’s suffrage in England… This image is very indicative of the struggle for women to ‘get the vote’ in Edwardian England. The exertion and struggle to be seen as ‘equal’ – or at least to have the same rights… even if many would still see women as secondary to the men in […]

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