A recent communication from a reader in Greece got me thinking about Emilie Loring’s popularity around the world. Fay wrote: Her novels are really an oasis, a delightful way to travel back in another time, yet they are still appealing to the modern reader. That’s such an important message. “Now, more than ever, we need … More Emilie Loring’s World-Wide Appeal
UPDATE! UPDATE! UPDATE! “I’m still betting on Emilie Loring being at the Bellevue Hotel in April 1950.” She was. It turned out that there was a special Enumeration District for the Bellevue Hotel. I found it marked in pen on a map of the downtown Boston Enumeration Districts. (See the original post here) There she … More And Here She Is! Found in the 1950 Census!
Our Emilie Loring inspired tea is today, 4:00 p.m., your local time. Treat yourself to one of these recipes with your favorite tea. … More It’s Emilie Loring Tea Day–Join Us!
You are cordially invited to enjoy an Emilie Loring inspired tea on Saturday, June 26, 2021 at 4:00 p.m., at your location, your local time. … More Summer Reading and An Invitation to Tea
A shorter selection this time, “I’ll Tell the World!” (1919) is set in Blue Hill, Maine–much of it right in Blue Hill Bay. If you’ve had a chance to visit, you may recognize some landmarks. If you’re waiting to go, you can make mental notes for your visit. Enjoy! I’ll Tell the World! by Emilie … More Sunday Story: “I’ll Tell the World!”
This installment is a nice, long read, all the way to the end of our story. Enjoy. Summary of preceding chapters: A novel situation develops when after a ten minutes’ talk in the park with young Anthony Vance, whom she has never seen before, Hope Damon decides to marry him so that he may inherit … More Sunday Story, Part 5: “The Best is Yet to Be”
“I had been a selfish, foolish girl to try to keep our marriage a secret… So here I am, pearls and all.” … More Sunday Story, Part 4: “The Best is Yet to Be”