Author Archives: Rose Fairbanks

Extraordinary Devotion Excerpt #2

Extraordinary Devotion Excerpt #2

Last month, I shared an excerpt from Colonel Richard Fitzwilliam’s point of view for my upcoming release, Extraordinary Devotion. It’s Book Three in the When Love Blooms Series, which began with Sufficient Encouragement. The first book brings Darcy and Elizabeth to the altar with some help from friends and family. The second book is an optional read… more goodness …

Extraordinary Devotion excerpt

Extraordinary Devotion excerpt

I’m back another month with another excerpt. I’m so pleased with the success of Mr. Darcy’s Bluestocking Bride. Thank you all so much for supporting that book! I’m plotting the next in the sequel and hope to release it in early 2018. Now, I am working on book three in the When Love Blooms series.… more goodness …

Lady Catherine’s neighbors & excerpt

Lady Catherine’s neighbors & excerpt

Last month’s post included an excerpt of Elizabeth’s love for architecture and viewing a glimpse of Knole House. This month’s is about the house and its residents. Jane Austen only gives us a few passages about Rosings and even less about the surrounding area. We know nothing about the village of Hunsford. In Mr. Collins’… more goodness …

The Earl’s Bluestocking Bride- Excerpt

I realize this is Austen Authors, but you see, The Earl’s Bluestocking Bride is very Austen-inspired. In fact, it’s a reworking of my Austen variation, A Sense of Obligation. In recent months, I’ve become inspired by the universality of Jane Austen. Why should I not share my stories with non-Jane Austen readers? I’ve launched a… more goodness …

Austen writes Romance?

Austen writes Romance?

Welcome to February! I can’t believe how fast January flew by! My children are already bringing home heart-shaped crafts from school in celebration of the upcoming St. Valentine’s Day holiday. While I maintain that Jane Austen’s books are about so much more than romantic love you simply can’t get away from the marriage plots and… more goodness …