& Moira Bianchi: Março 2021

domingo, 21 de março de 2021

The rake - a historical nano tale

 Hello!

Here you have it: the third NANOTALE!


I've discovered that nanotales are quite fun and now my mind immediately starts ploting for every nice painting I see!


On Instagram, I'm posting nanotales, curiosities of the Victorian era and publishing tidbits daily. So, if you can, follow me there and help me on the quest to achieve 10k on Instagram.  click here so I can keep on to the most dreamed swipe up


Enjoy!

The rake
the fence - Vaclav Brozic - 19th cent


'Lady Anne.' He whispered in a low voice. 'Tomorrow I am going to war, at this hour I will be on the battlefields on the continent.'

'My heart bleeds for you, Lord Mortimer.' Anne gasped, eyes wide.

To his delight, her chest rose and fell quickly, almost exploding from her decoletage. 'As companion, I will only have the memory of you sweetness. I shall cherish it, for only you will keep me warm when death hovers around. Grant me tonight, my dear, every hour and all of your intimacy. ' He asked knowing that at dawn he would embark for the continent, yes, but to enjoy a long season on the sunny beaches of the Iberian Peninsula.

'Yes, my lord, I will give you one night before your departure!' 

* the end *


I so loved these ballet pics from Royal Opera House, they are so romantic, so inspiring.
I composed 3 nanotales based by ballet scenes. Here are the others:


The 19th century had famous ballerinas, I have researched them when composing a lovely historical short novella about one ballerina and her brothers


I'm revising and sharpening edges to publish it.
Ballerina in a tutu - 19th century illustration


Leah E Moss designs


See ya!
Again, stay safe and sane! ;)

Anyway... read my other NANOTALES here.

sábado, 13 de março de 2021

A second before the duel - a historical nano tale

 Hello!

I've promised, so I deliver:

Here's another NANOTALE!


Even being so distrated with Meghan & Harry bombastic interview, I managed to work on this post. 


On Instagram, I'm posting daily and will probably talk about this controversy. So, if you're also infected by these problems they raised, follow me there and help me on the quest to achieve 10k on Instagram.  click here so I can keep on to the most dreamed swipe up


Enjoy!

A second before the duel
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'We are married, dear Anne, but only to our knowledge. No one will suspect that we have just arrived from Gretna Green. ' He kissed her cheek before climbing down of the carriage, took care to check for watchful eyes and only when asured of their safety, he reached out to help his young wife down.

Deeply moved by emotions, she tripped over her skirts and needed the support of her secret husband, who, roguish as a man violently in love can be, took the opportunity to kiss her bosom exploding from her beautiful dress' decoletage. As she laughed self-consciously, delighted with her lover's attention, her name was shouted in severe anger:

'Anne, what does that mean?'

'Oh, dear God! I cannot believe my eyes as I see my brother!' She felt her legs fail. 'My Lord!' She looked to her husband with wide eyes. 'You will need to defend my honor.'

* the end *


I so loved these ballet pics from Royal Opera House, they are so romantic, so inspiring.
I composed 3 nanotales based by ballet scenes. Here are the others:


The 19th century had famous ballerinas, I have researched them when composing a lovely historical short novella about one ballerina and her brothers

Mary Taglioni, La sylphide
alamy

I'm revising and sharpening edges to publish it.

Leah E Moss designs


See ya!
Again, stay safe and sane! ;)

Anyway... read my other NANOTALES here.

quarta-feira, 10 de março de 2021

Declaration - a historical nano tale

 Hello!

I've been a bit far from my blog, and I apologize for that.

Lately, I have taken a keen interest in digital marketing and the quest to achieve 10k on Instagram. - by the way, if you're not following me, I beg you to! click here and help me get the most dreamed swipe up. - Anyway, these studies helped me realize that I have to please my audience.

Duh!

So, on Instagram I'm posting mostly in Portuguese, here I'll try to post mostly in English. Does it make sense?

Fot that, I'll give you several nanotales to amuse you while I search and research stuff to please you!  

Enjoy!
Declaration
Clarence F Underwood

She could very well notice how he had said his claims in exhasperation. For a split second she had sensed all the power she had on that man and that, devilishly, made her glow - inwardly of course, a proper lady is always discreet and well behaved.
'Yes, I accept your hand in marriage, my lord.' She raised her eyebrows in response to the relieved smile on the man's face. 'But know that my feeling for you in no way clears your evil inclinations, sordid habits and dark past that-'
Lord John silenced his beautiful bride's objections with a fiery kiss.



* the end *


I so loved these ballet pics from Royal Opera House, they are so romantic, so inspiring.
I composed 3 nanotales based by ballet scenes. 
* the end *


I so loved this ballet pics from Royal Opera House, they are so romantic, so inspiring.
I composed 3 nanotales based by ballet scenes. 


The 19th century had famous ballerinas, especially French and Russian. Far from the ballet bubble, we are most acquainted with Degas' ballerinas.
La classe de dance, Degas 1873-76

Aside from the creepy retellings of his adorations and stalking of dancing girls, his work is absolutely lovely. I am a big fan.

I even included his ballerina statue on a REVERSED PRIDE AND PREJUDICE modern romance... 


I do have a lovely historical romance novel about a ballerina, a short story. I'm revising and sharpening everyhting to publish it.

Leah E Moss designs


My VICTORIAN GENTLEMAN series is kinda dormant, but not for lack of plots. This everlasting quarentine had a heavy toll on me. 
But, life goes on and I will rise above! The sun always comes up, doesn't it?
dibble


See ya!
Stay safe and sane! ;)

Anyway... read my other NANOTALES here.
The rake


The 19th century had famous ballerinas, especially French and Russian. Far from the ballet bubble, we are most acquainted with Degas' ballerinas.
La classe de dance, Degas 1873-76

Aside from the creepy retellings of his adorations and stalking of dancing girls, his work is absolutely lovely. I am a big fan.

I even included his ballerina statue on a REVERSED PRIDE AND PREJUDICE modern romance... 


I do have a lovely historical romance novel about a ballerina, a short story. I'm revising and sharpening everyhting to publish it.

Leah E Moss designs


My VICTORIAN GENTLEMAN series is kinda dormant, but not for lack of plots. This everlasting quarentine had a heavy toll on me. 
But, life goes on and I will rise above! The sun always comes up, doesn't it?
dibble


See ya!
Stay safe and sane! ;)

Anyway... read my other NANOTALES here.

quinta-feira, 4 de março de 2021

Dois Darcys juntos: segura coração!

 Olá!

Olha que notícia linda!

DOIS Mr. DARCYs JUNTOS


Colin Firth e Mathew Macfadyen estarão em um filme do Netflix chamado 'Operation Mincemeat' - algo como 'operação picadinho (de carne)'.

A trama da 2a Guerra Mundial é assim: Passado em 1943, quando os Aliados estavam determinados a quebrar o domínio de Hitler sobre a Europa ocupada, esta é a notável história verdadeira dos oficiais de inteligência Ewen Montagu (Firth) e Charles Cholmondeley (Macfadyen) que seguem uma estratégia de desinformação centrada no mais improvável dos agentes secretos : um homem morto. Foi um plano que ajudou a virar a maré de toda a guerra.



Se você, como eu, já está curiosa, tem livro. 

Operation Mincemeat de Ben Macintyre

E mil fontes da Internet para aprender mais sobre o assunto.



Wiki

BBC


Vamos esperar!