Author Archives: Regina Jeffers

Winners of Regina Jeffers’ Release of “A Touch of Emerald: The Conclusion to the Realm Series”

Congratulations go out to Charlene Davis and Becky C., the latest winners on Austen Authors. Ladies, you will receive an eBook copy of Regina Jeffers’ A Touch of Emerald: The Conclusion of the Realm Series. A prize notice has been sent to your email addresses.  more goodness …

Celebrating the Release of “A Touch of Emerald: The Conclusion of the Realm Series” + Excerpt + Giveaway

Celebrating the Release of “A Touch of Emerald: The Conclusion of the Realm Series” + Excerpt + Giveaway

Over the years I wore a variety of hats: daughter, student, military brat, wife, mother, grandmother, tax preparer, waitress, assistant to a booking agent, teacher, theatre director, choreographer, professional dancer, media literacy consultant, volunteer EMT, and author. As an author, I write Austen-inspired novels, as well as Regency and contemporary romances. Heck, I even have… more goodness …

Winners from Brenda Webb’s “Have You Had Your Biscuit Today?” Giveaway

Austen Authors is happy to announce the winners of Brenda Webb‘s “Have You Had Your Biscuit Today?” Giveaway. Kathy Berlin and Ann Todd will receive a Kindle eBook copy of Little Book of Scones by Grace Hall and Liam D’Arcy. Ladies, to claim your prize, please send Regina Jeffers an email at jeffersregina@gmail.com. In your… more goodness …

A Look at the Film Adaptation of “Mansfield Park, 1999”

Okay, I’m back. Our lovely Alexa Adams is moving to Switzerland, and so I’m taking her place on the blog, for her furniture is packed and on the move.  Today, I would like to repeat a recent analysis I did on the film adaptation of “Mansfield Park,” specifically the Miramax production from 1999.  BBC/Miramax film… more goodness …

The Role of Elinor Dashwood in Austen’s “Sense and Sensibility”

Austen began writing Elinor and Marianne as an epistolary novel in 1795. It was published as Sense and Sensibility in 1811. The novel set the tone for many of Austen’s titles: defiance of the social and economic barriers to marriage and the desire of women to marry for love. In the novel, Elinor and Marianne… more goodness …

Austen Authors Summer Giveaway ~ Prizes Up for Grabs!

Austen Authors Summer Giveaway ~ Prizes Up for Grabs!

Austen Authors is happy to announce our Summer Quarter Giveaway! To enter, you must sign onto the Rafflecopter form located on the Austen Authors Home Page. Loads of ways to enter! Summer giveaway ends on August 31, 2015 with winners chosen and announced shortly thereafter. These are the AWESOME prizes up for grabs! Cecilia Gray is offering… more goodness …

Winners of an Autographed Copy of Regina Jeffers’ “The Prosecution of Mr. Darcy’s Cousin”

Congratulations go out to Marion, Regina Silvia, and Lisa Montgomery, who Random.org chose as winners of an autographed copy of Regina Jeffers‘ latest release, The Prosecution of Mr. Darcy’s Cousin: A Pride and Prejudice Mystery. Ladies, please contact Regina at (jeffersregina@gmail.com) to claim your prize. In the email, include a mailing address for the book… more goodness …

Celebrating the Release of “The Prosecution of Mr. Darcy’s Cousin” with an Excerpt +a Giveaway

The release of this title was a long journey. You see, I wrote the book while I was still under contract to Ulysses Press, but they made a business decision only to publish non-fiction in the future. Therefore, they chose to exercise their right of first refusal. With Ulysses’ permission, last October, I set about… more goodness …

Another Round of Winners from Austen Authors!!! Prizes from Barbara Silkstone and Regina Jeffers

Congratulations! We have two sets of winners from this week’s posts. If your name is below, please contact Regina Jeffers (jeffersregina@gmail.com) to claim your prize. If the gift is an eBook, indicate to which email address the prize notice should be delivered. If the gift is a print book, include your mailing address in the… more goodness …

The 19th Century Entailment

As it was for centuries, a man’s status in 19th Century British Society rested in the land he held. Land was a symbol of wealth and social rank. Therefore, the need to pass one’s “wealth” to future generations increased with the number of acres of land owned. Land was “influence,” as well as affluence. To ensure one’s… more goodness …

Winners of Our Spring Quarter Giveaways!!!!

Winners of Our Spring Quarter Giveaways!!!!

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of our SPRING QUARTER GIVEAWAY! If your name is below, please contact Regina Jeffers at jeffersregina@gmail.com to claim your prize. If the item is an eBook, please indicate to which email address the prize notice should be delivered. If the prize is a print book, gourmet tea, or… more goodness …

More Winners from Austen Authors! Gifts from P.O. Dixon and Brenda Webb

We at Austen Authors are pleased to announce the winners from P.O. Dixon’s “A Few of My Favorite Things” post and from Brenda Webb’s “Fire-A Regency Necessity” post.      Carol Perrin will receive her choice of any of P.O. Dixon’s eBooks.                  Meanwhile, Glynis and Maureen have… more goodness …