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Went with some friends to the most beautiful cemetery today. It's tucked away in the woods, forgotten and overgrown, adding to its peculiar charm. It's tiered, each level being surrounded by its own little stone wall with no more than 7 graves in each. It's sad to see how many young children died in the 19th century due to things that probably could have been very easily cured or treated had they had the proper technology that we are so blessed to be in possession of today.

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LauraElizabethParker
Laura Elizabeth Parker
United States
I am Elizabeth Parker.
I love my God, my husband, and my animals.
If you ever need someone to talk to anonymously about anything, feel free to message me.

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Personal Quote: Do not fear death; you have nothing to fear if you are ready.
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ColetteCopeland Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the +watch!! :happybounce:
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:iconlauraelizabethparker:
No problem. I'm sort of writing a historical work of fiction myself, and seeing you be successful keeps me optimistic for my own projects.
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ColetteCopeland Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ohhh, may I ask what time period it's set in?? 
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:iconlauraelizabethparker:
It's a romance (cliche, I know) set mid-Civil War, based in/around the Battle of Mansfield. My GGGG-grandfather fought in that battle and my family has done a pretty good job of educating me on its history. I've been doing a lot of studying on my own time as well. I thought it would be best if I wrote about something I know well, so here I am writing about it. I think the main point I am trying to get across is that people from days past (particularly Southerners) were still human beings, not much different than we are today, with feelings, loves, emotions, hardships, etc. I want to make them personable and I want people to be able to relate to them. Sorry for the long and late response, but thank you for asking. What is the driving point that leads you to writing historical fiction?
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RabbitMeatVendor Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2011
thank ya
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VileSnake Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2011
Thanks for the fav. ;)
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:iconlauraelizabethparker:
Sure thing.
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Cakolyre Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2011
Thanks
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Sherlock-Marston Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2011  Hobbyist
Thanks for the :+fav: ! :D
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:iconlauraelizabethparker:
You're welcome. :)
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