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Interview With A Janeite: Meet Patricia Edmisson! — 13 Comments

  1. What a great interview. I too love the mini stories on the site and had forgotten about Fifty Shades Of ……. I wonder what Leslie has been doing that she hasn’t written any more of that 🙂 🙂
    Patty I love your ideas fir a meeting with Jane, myself I would be too Darcyish and be unable to speak to her!
    Thanks to you and Maria.

  2. Interesting interview.
    Totally agree on favoring the variations that continues the stories. Would have loved examples though, always on the look out for my next read…

    • Any of the stories that the authors on this website has published are all quite good. If you want a funny one, read Jack Caldwell’s Mr. Darcy Came to Dinner. It is one of my favorites. His Fighting Men series is well written.

  3. Patty it is a delight to meet you! I love the questions you would like to ask Jane Austen…my goodness wouldn’t that be a treat!! The questions you had for Maria were perfect as we always like to know how she comes up with her ideas! A flower stuck in a spider’s web…wonder where she would go with that! I also agree that the stories written for the website are awesome! I too love the Catherine Curzon/Nicole Clarkston collaborative work on Wickham/Lydia and with the Hales…so very cheeky. Now that you have brought it up, what has happened to Leslie’s ‘Fifty Shades’…the other is Caitlin’s story with Cassandra and her sister Jane! So much talent on this website!!!

    Lovely to meet you, and now I have a face to a name! Your daughter is gorgeous too! All the best in following your dream!

  4. What a lovely interview! It’s really great having a face to match to a name,Patty!
    I agree with Carole,the questions you’d pose to Jane are those I’d like to ask myself. I’d especially like to know about the book she was working on.
    Thanks Maria and Patty for such a lovely post!

  5. I loved both interviews!! I would love to know how Maria got the idea to mix Jane Austen and dragons? It’s a brilliant combination, and they are my favorite books she has written (and I’ve read them all…repeatedly!).

    Thank you, Patricia and Maria!! Such a lovely pair of interviews!!

    Warmly,
    Susanne 🙂

  6. It was so nice to get to know you a little better, Patty, and enjoyed both yours and Maria’s interviews. Thanks for doing this!

  7. Loved the interview with Patricia! What fabulous ideas of what to ask Jane Austen!

    Maria Grace, I’m in the Persuasion camp too! Would love to read a story from you within that world!

  8. Thank you all for the comments.

    Persuasion is my second favorite JA novel. I would love to see more books written about them. How would the story read if Anne had been strong enough to marry him when he first proposed?

    Northanger Abbey could definitively be an interesting read if anyone would lime to change any aspect of tbis novel…

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