Lydia’s ball Part 3 and Particular Intentions giveaway winners!

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Thanks so much for all of the well-wishes for Particular Intentions! I hope everyone who purchased a copy is enjoying it, but today, I have winners to announce! The winners of the giveaways are: E-book – Rachael Signed Paperback – … Continue reading →

Travels in August: Mr. Darcy’s Parisian Adventure, Part 2

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In part two of this short story, excerpted from And This Our Life: Chronicles of the Darcy Family, Darcy and his valet undertake a secret trip to Paris to rescue the Prince Regent from a blackmailer… Darcy fidgeted restlessly over … Continue reading →

Travels in August: Mr. Darcy’s Parisian Adventure, Part 1

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In this short story, excerpted from And This Our Life: Chronicles of the Darcy Family we find Mr. Darcy and his valet, Oliver, on their way to Paris under the Prince Regent’s orders to find and reclaim compromising letters his highness has foolishly allowed … Continue reading →

Q&A Courtship and Marriage In Jane Austen’s World (and a giveaway)

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Courtship and Marriage in Jane Austen’s World is nearly ready for release.  It’s chock full of answers to some of the most burning questions about Jane Austen’s books. To whet your appetites, I’m opening up the floor to your questions. … Continue reading →

Celebrating the Release of Particular Intentions!

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It’s release day! I’m so excited and I hope you are too! To celebrate, I have an outtake for your reading pleasure and not just one but four giveaways! I’d like to thank my family, my friends, my betas, and … Continue reading →

Travels in August: Bingley & Jane’s Museum Excursion

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Summer and fair weather is time for travels, near and far. Jane Austen’s characters see their fair share of travels. Elizabeth travels to Hunsford to see Charlotte. Catherine Morland treks to Bath. Frank Churchill journeys to Highbury. Captain Wentworth sails the seas with His Majesty’s … Continue reading →

A Sister’s Contribution: How Cassandra helped Jane write The History of England – A guest post by Olga Palagina

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Today, Olga Palagina shares with us her amazing research on Jane Austen’s fun juvenilia The History of England, and the collaboration between Jane and her sister, Cassandra. Thank you so much, Olga, for sharing your time and knowledge with us! … Continue reading →

Travels in August: Being Inspired by Venice

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Summer and fair weather is time for travels, near and far. Jane Austen’s characters see their fair share of travels, whether to Hunsford, Bath, Highbury, Derbyshire, London, or sailing the high seas. What new expeditions have we authors in store for our … Continue reading →