3 Works in Shirley Blythe/Carl Meredith
When the Great War ended, Shirley, Carl, and Una built a precarious happiness in a New World that wasn't meant for any of them.
Now, another war is starting.
Shirley cannot stay out of the fight; Carl must face dangers at home; Una must decipher God's plan for her. Facing monsters of all shapes and kinds, they will find that there are many sorts of heroes.
- Part 3 of Glen Notes
Rainbow Valley ends in the summer of 1907; Rilla of Ingleside begins in the summer of 1914.
What happened in between?
In this series of vignettes, the adolescent Blythes and Merediths navigate friendship, family, school, crushes, romance, and more poetry than Susan Baker is comfortable with.
Be sure to check the date at the top of each story, as these are memories: fragmentary, out of order, and elusive.
Compatible with LMM canon.
- Part 1 of Glen Notes
These are the letters of the Blythes and Merediths, 1914-1919.
What really happened to Jem when he was captured?
Why wouldn't Gilbert let Di join the V.A.D. with Faith?
What did Nan do during the Halifax/Kingsport Explosion?
Why did Walter and Di quarrel?
What happened when Faith saw Jem on leave in England?
What happened when Shirley and Carl met in Paris?
How could Walter write both "The Piper" and "The Aftermath"?
This story is canon-compliant. It does not contradict canon and all the canon incidents still happen, including major character deaths. It is also a sequel to my previous story, "Glen Notes."
- Part 2 of Glen Notes