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Isabelle only wanted to take care of her father. Unfortunately, taking care of her father means following him out into what the weather reporters were calling ‘The Storm of the Century.’ When Isabelle’s car slides off the road and wedges itself into a snow bank, she has no choice but to seek help from the illusive Fitzroy mansion, tucked away in the woods on the edge of town. Inside, she encounters Leo, a solemn man with a dark past and a scarred face, who begrudgingly lets her stay after the roads close. She grows increasingly frustrated by his secrets, including the forbidden door that she is not allowed to look behind. At least he has his own personal library for her to browse.
Leo Fitzroy was once the popular son of one of Grimford’s wealthiest men. But after tragedy struck, he locked his broken body away in his mansion, staying away from the outside world that pitied him. He was used to his solitude, and he does not appreciate Isabelle’s special brand of annoyance. He wants nothing more to get her out of the house as soon as the roads are cleared. But when he learns that she likes books and 80s cult classics, he begins to realize that maybe she’s not so bad. Except the longer that she is in his house, the closer she gets to his secret. If she finds out, it will ruin everything.
A modern retelling of “Beauty and the Beast.”
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I’M BACK!!!

Hello fellow bloggers!

After an unexpectedly long summer hiatus, I am back! And better than ever. Even dealing with a heat wave and no AC.

I’ll be back with real blogs next week, so what topics would you like to see?

And how was your summer?

Flash Poll: Which hypothetical musical would you rather see?

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Dear readers,

I need your help. I’m currently brainstorming future blogs and novels. As you could probably figure out from this blog, I am a big Broadway fan. In fact, my first series, which will be out later this year, centers around people who work on Broadway. I’m also looking forward to doing more Broadway dreamcasts.

So, for these future projects, I have a question for you. Would you rather see a hypothetical musical/dreamcast about:

1) The Kennedy family and their trials and tribulations

2) Expatriate writers in Paris in the 1920s (Hemingway, Stein, the Fitzgeralds, etc.)

Comment below with what you’d like to see.

Thank you so much!

Elizabeth

The Best Broadway Breakup Songs to Write To

Yesterday, I was writing an intense “will-they-or-won’t-they” breakup scene, and I found myself listening to a lot of Broadway showtunes while I did.  There’s something that comes from a heartfelt ballad and a belting voice that you can’t get anywhere else.  So here is what it inspired. The best Broadway breakup songs to write to.

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Highlights Part 2

Are you new to my blog? Welcome. I hope you enjoy your stay. If you’re looking to get to know me a little bit better, here are some recent highlights from my blog. Read them and comment. I’d love to get to know my followers a little bit better!

  1. My Favorite LOTR Characters: As a Teen vs. As an Adult
  2. Four Reasons I’m Terrified to Publish My Book
  3. Favorite First Ladies
  4. My Top 5 Favorite TV Politicians of All Time
  5. The Best Things to Keep In Mind When Setting a Daily Writi

Back from my blogging hiatus!

“You were on a blogging hiatus,” you ask?  Well, yes. I didn’t announce it or anything, but with school break, and time at home with my family, I didn’t want to think about blogging for a while. And I think that was good for me.

I did, however, in my unannounced blogging hiatus, FINALLY start my Facebook author page.  I’m going to be hosting a giveaway soon, so follow me there.

www.facebook.com/elizabethdohertyauthor

Back to regular blogging next week!