Anachronistic 1790s - 30 Day Lookbook Challengue @shoobysims
As I said, the timeline for the start of the Pride Flag Challengue is very rowdy and not historically correct, combining 1780s day dresses with 1880s evening dresses or Edwardian hairstyles. This is for my lack of knowledge of different historical times and lack of correct CC back then (2018)
There’s nothing wrong with this, it’s a game, you can do whatever YOU want. In my case I prefer to play the most historically correct (considering the CC accessible today, that I do not know how make meshes and I have no money to pay a commission) in relation to the real fashion of the era.
I recreated the moment when Rosemary says goodbye to Violet to return to her family, which is the ideal outfit to edit and make it more accurate (Approximate, it is a very specific transition period, so there is almost no CC).
Summary: Two girls gone, one more found dead in her apartment… girls are dropping like flies in Charming. Samcro has a problem on its hands, and it’s not just because all signs point to one of their own as the perpetrator. Because the new girl in town is onto them - she’s not who she says she is and she’s not about to let them off the hook.
You can see some characters teasers on this post and this one, and read a teaser for chapter one here.
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Look for the first full chapter on Sunday!
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The war seemed to have no end, the citizens lived in a feeling of uncertainty that only hid between gatherings and weddings.
The Redwood family had decided to celebrate the marriage of young George Redwood to the outsider Wendla Agatha Munch. This union has been a gossip center because of the bride’s family.
The Munch family fought for the crown of Windenburg opposed to Brindleton Bay, but that day they had reached a consensus to put the happiness of the little daughter of the late Gunther Munch before their political thoughts
Despite the absence of the fiancé’s father for fighting in battle, the wedding took place in the Spring of 1835
#NewRelease - Tree Fairies And Their Short Stories @dlfinnauthor
#NewRelease – Tree Fairies And Their Short Stories @dlfinnauthor
It is with great pleasure that I host a fellow Story Empire author today on my blog with her newest book release! D.L. Finn is not only a talented writer but an inspired one. I’ll let her tell you about her newest creation!
Thank you, Jan, for having me here today to share my final children’s release, “Tree Fairies and Their Short Stories.”
I’ve lived in the forest for thirty-one years. A…