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Introducing Pride & Prejudice: Behind the Scenes — 22 Comments

  1. This sounds amazing! I think all of us here are those readers that can’t get enough. I am really looking forward to reading those new scenes. Thank you to all the authors for this lovely gift because I will never say no to spending time with my favorite characters. My kindle is full of Austen variations and fan fic, and it always finds room for more.

  2. I am so looking forward to those new scenes. I can’t wait to see what you lovely authors will come up with next.

  3. I do love the P&P variations (as I do the ones of Persuasion, although there are far fewer of them written). I have many books on my Kindle app that I’ve read and saved and still more yet to read. Thank you for the alert. I will be as anxious as any of the other Austen Variations readers waiting for these new scenes!

  4. Terrific news! Always enjoy those little snippets that weren’t in the book.

    Did anyone do the conversation between Lady C and Collins discussing Darcy’s so-called engagement to Lizzy? Did he get his head ripped off for delivering such shocking news?

    How about the conversation Darcy had with Georgie after returning from the Inn at Lambton, both after first introducing Lizzy to Georgie and then again after returning and telling her he must leave Pemberley in the morning? Did you already do either of these in the first go-round?

    We also know that Lizzy and Darcy walked for a very long time the day they got engaged. Jane and Bingley were home way before them. What did they talk about? What else did they do? 🙂

    Curious minds want to know!

    Thank you all for doing these little extra bits of love of P&P. They are always delightful.

  5. Yay! Thank you! So excited to read these scenes. You amazing authors never fail to exceed expectations (no pressure, though).

  6. I am watching my 3 grandsons in the afternoons this summer. While they frolick in the pool Nana will be enjoying P & P!! So looking forward to these stories!

  7. I love variations but must say that P&P ones are my favorite. So I will look forward to this. Thanks to all the authors.

  8. Does anybody have a copy of The Scenes Jane Austen Never Wrote from Austen Authors so I can purchase, as unfortunately I have not read this and you cannot obtain any more copies????

    Thanks in anticipation!

    Michelle

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