Category Archives: Jane Austen

Delightful Companions

Delightful Companions

Here’s an exciting development in the publishing world. Audiobook popularity is growing at a phenomenal pace. It’s no secret that I love audiobooks. In many instances, the availability of a companion audiobook is the determining factor in my eBook purchases, especially for non-fiction. That’s my only excuse for not moving past book three in the… more goodness …

Truth stranger than fiction? Nah! Well, maybe

Truth stranger than fiction? Nah! Well, maybe

Truth is stranger than fiction, they say, which I’ve never believed. After all, liars—or fiction authors—are unconstrained by the impossible. We can make up anything we want and get away with it (especially science fiction authors). In the real world, however, there are limits that liars—or authors—must adhere to should they want a story to… more goodness …

Easter at Rosings

Easter at Rosings

The following foolishness was inspired by chapter VIII of volume II of Pride & Prejudice, which takes place on Easter Sunday, and the British accumulative rhyme This is the House that Jack Built. My apologies to Anne de Bourgh, Mrs. Jenkins, and Maria Lucas for their neglect. This is the drawing room at Rosings. This is the fireplace… more goodness …

New Release – With a Title!

New Release – With a Title!

Huge thanks to everyone who helped with choosing a title. You guys are truly amazing. And creative and inventive and very, very clever. It was a tough decision, but here it is. Congratulations to ArdentReader, who is actually named Angela. She suggested ‘Most Unwillingly’, which I LOVED, but it was a little hard to say… more goodness …

The TBR Pile

The TBR Pile

I write books about loving books. Sure they are about other things too… But my addiction to books pervades every story. I’ve listed a few here that I turn to again and again. If you’re visiting here, you have probably read them. I’d love your comments. If not, I say each are worthy of a… more goodness …