❝The Romancing of Tuesday Dennings❞

A romance with hints of literary fiction underneath. (Basically just means I'm more focused on the characters and their musings than on a snappy plot.) It's composed entirely of letters between Tuesday, a cynical poet, and Simon, a prototypical rich playboy. It's a bit serious and occasionally dark but has a sweet core. So if you want to check out any of my stories, I'd recommend that! ≽ ≽ TRAILER:

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♡ Hiya! Привет! I'm Alice. I'm a 30-something married lady who loves romance. My favorite genres are historical and literary, but I tend to write modern, light-hearted books. I'm physically disabled as well as bipolar, which lends an undercurrent of struggle and survival to everything I write.

♡ I have been posting old stories, some of which I've edited, some of which I've mostly kept as is. The barely edited stories will have less sophistication to them, but I'm posting them because of the love I have for the characters, so don't judge those too harshly. :P

☆ Teen Fiction Judge for The Grand Dame Awards 2019
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  • JoinedApril 25, 2016

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AliceHausling AliceHausling Jan 15, 2019 07:24PM
No promises but I might have another early update for TROTD. Possibly coming Thursday. If it doesn’t come early though, it will still be on time this weekend and posted by Saturday. Love you all!
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