The Pirate’s Woman

Most of the fake books on our list are written by some of our friends in Springfield. These two are only read by them. While Bloss was on a honeymoon cruise, Blake reads an example of the type of romance novels she will later write.

Towards the end of this first clip (8:20 in there is an exact link in the comments) Blake and Ross look at the two books, Pirates Woman

Love in the Sagebrush“A beautiful young woman heads west and finds romance on the trail”

and

The Pirate’s Woman – “a tale of love and skullduggery on the high seas.”

Follow the link in the comments to get to beginning of Blake reading The Pirate’s Woman.

“Michael laughed exposing his rotten teeth. “No use crying for your lover, woman, he’s down with the fishes.

The thought of Jeremiah her handsome, gallant pirate lover being drowned in the sea nearly sent Subpoena into a swoon.”

The fantasy picks up there and does a nice job with the double meanings mixing the pirate theme with the honeymoon cruise and Ross’ law career. I especially like that Blake isn’t passively rescued, but rescued Ross/Jeremiah right back. Also did you notice the “Blake’s” name was Subpoena? How great was that?

Last Updated July 16 2016: I fixed a misspelling and made a couple of small edits for clarity and added my current signature block.

Robansuefarm is the handle of one of Manny and Guiding Light‘s biggest fans following in her family’s footsteps of Guiding Light fandom since 1939. This blog is an effort to make it easy to find Guiding Light and especially Manny online. Check back here for her blog, find fanfic previews and fake WSPR newscasts on her YouTube, find podcasts that look back to old shows and audios of her fanfics on Blog Talk Radio, and finally follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

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One Response to “The Pirate’s Woman”

  1. glmanny Says:

    Reblogged this on Glmanny's Blog and commented:

    Visit the thrilling days of yesteryear and the romance of the high seas.

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