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March 15, 2006

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breenaronan

That is hilarious! I'm not even particularly familiar with that type of novel and its still funny.

chris

This is excellent. I'm slightly worried that #7 may, in fact, be Dickensian.

Jasmin

How true!

Teresa

Bloody hysterical!

Sarah Cuthbertson

Your Rules are hilariously apt! You may (or more likely may not) like to know that I've now posted The Official Rules for Writing Victorian-set Novels by Sally Zigmond on my blog. These mainly cover the sub-genre known in the U.K. as "clog and shawl sagas", with which Americans may not be familiar.
But you'd get the picture from reading the Rules, I'm sure.

hahaha

ye funny, brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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