Or: I done got a new book out. My Pride and Prejudice series, the Darcys and the Bingleys, continues in the latest installment: Georgiana and the Wolf, a name pregnant with meaning if you happened to peruse book 5. And
After some major and minor delays, I present a report of the second half of Jane Austen’s cruise around the Baltic Sea, which began way back here. Jane in Tallinn, Estonia Tallinn is a port and also a UNESCO World
This summer my dad had a medical conference on a Baltic cruise ship, which when you think about it is an awesome place to talk about skin cancer. I tagged along and so did Jane, thinking I could make a
First of all, we should not all be talking about Jane Austen. We should be planning to see the Batman movie, at the Batman movie, or talking about all of the logical inconsistencies in the Batman movie, which was awesome
This is how it would probably go. You’re ushered into a waiting room, though honestly like half the rooms in this high-ceiling, tiny-room mansion could be waiting rooms. If they don’t have a table or a bed they’re waiting rooms.
For last week’s contest to win copies of The Knights of Derbyshire, the winners are … Margaret Faria wins one signed paperback copy! Karana wins one eBook copy! Faith Hope wins one eBook copy! Michelle Fidler wins one eBook copy!
From the back cover: Twenty years have passed since Mr. Darcy married Elizabeth Bennet, and their family has grown. All of the Bennet sisters are married, and their children are on the threshold of adulthood and ready for entrance to
Prior to 2012, Jane Austen had never traveled to India. One couldn’t blame her, considering the life-threatening hazards of a months-long overseas journey to a country swarming with malaria, dysentery, and other things we still have today but they have
As you can clearly see, I am someone who is very on top of things in life, and not someone who got “February 13th” and February 16th” screwed up. Well, it’s not like they’re not very close in numbers. My
This post is largely a response to an issue raised at Austenprose about an author apologizing to Jane Austen for using her characters in his book. I’ve thanked Jane Austen lots of times – across five books, one eBooks, and