At Her Fingertips, Blog Tour: Day 2


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37 thoughts on “At Her Fingertips, Blog Tour: Day 2

  1. Haha, right? I was trying to think how Alice would describe the Season, and then it just came to me. Like, “Yes, this is perfectly Alice.”

    Awwww, thank you so much! That’s a huuuuge compliment to me, as Austen is like my favorite ever!! 😀 😀

  2. Oh goodness, I am definitely NOT knowledgeable when it comes to history, but THIS WAS SO MUCH FUN!!! I had absolutely no clue about the whole “Season” thing, but I absolutely loved how Alice described it. You have such a beautiful writing style! It definitely reminds me of Jane Austen. (And Jane Austen is like one of my favorite authors ever, so OBVIOUSLY I need to read this series. XD) I kind of died laughing at the hairstyles, though… Those are…definitely something. XD I think I figured out what my next venture in the world of hairstyles will be! XD

    (also I am having way too much fun reading through this blog tour a month late… XD)

  3. That would definitely be amazing! I’d like to see London today – but it would be so much better in the Victorian era! I can only imagine! Definitely one of my favorite eras.

    Thank you … it feels a little helter-skelter, but I’m glad you think it’s going well. 😛

  4. I love history and this time period in particular. The fashions, the music (classical music is almost the only music I regularly listen to), the social goings-on and advances…it’s all so fascinating. I’d like to visit London in the Victorian era just to see what it was like, after which I’d come back home to my era and write a book about it. 🙂
    What a great post! You’ve put on a spectacular blog tour!

  5. I love history. In fact, I’ve never attempted to write anything other than history/historical fiction. Well, there is one project, but that’s top-secret. Anyhow. Great post! 😉

  6. Yay, I’m so glad! Ah, well, perhaps you’ll win nonetheless. The options for this giveaway thing are pretty limited … unless I pay for an expensive program, of course. 😛

  7. Thanks, glad you enjoyed it! LOL, I must have done a poor job at setting then. 😉 😛

    Yep, definitely! Seems it gets more stressful every day. *is dying*

  8. That’s was a lot of fun to read!
    I didn’t know that was the era, it’s fun to get to know Alice’s world a little more. Great job Kellyn!
    I know how planning online stuff can be stressful. I’ll glean from you when the times comes for my Blog Tour. XD.

  9. My post is live! 😉 Thank you so much for the kind words about my blog. The history stuff sounds cool. And I wish that I could attend the FB stuff, but I don’t have an account. 😔 Have fun, anyway! 😃

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