Category Archives: Movies & TV

Let Me Explain: A View on Art and An Austen Adaptation

Let Me Explain: A View on Art and An Austen Adaptation

Art, as I am certain we would all agree, speaks to each of us individually.  Though we may have some similar observations or reactions to a particular piece, it is inherently impossible for any two people to experience art in exactly the same way.  Things that shout to one person, might whisper to another, or… more goodness …

Read Along Wednesday: Emma Chapters 20 and 21

Read Along Wednesday: Emma Chapters 20 and 21

Welcome to Read Along Wednesday! Alexa has already introduced us to Volume II in last week’s post, which you can find here, if you didn’t get the chance to read it. We heard more about Miss Bates (poor, dear Miss Bates), but now there are other treats in store for us. We finally get to… more goodness …

July Austen On Dit

July Austen On Dit

Welcome to another round of the latest releases, Austen news and Regency era information from the past month! Rebecca, Katherine, and I are delighted to have Victoria Kincaid join our team! In the United States, we’re in the full swing of the hot days of summer! It’s a perfect time to catch up on your… more goodness …

A Derbyshire Roadtrip

A Derbyshire Roadtrip

I go to Derbyshire as often as I can. I drag the family up there too. They don’t complain much, luckily Derbyshire has some of the best walks and cycling tracks in the country. And while they’re cycling I’m chasing after the Darcys and Pemberley. But what I could never do and always wanted to… more goodness …

Jane Austen in the Age of Disney + Giveaway

Jane Austen in the Age of Disney + Giveaway

One of my very first memories is how much I loved a pair of Little Mermaid pants I got for Christmas when I was six. I’m what I call “the Disney generation.” Disney’s animated stories of fantasy and happily ever afters mark my childhood. And I’ll admit to enjoying them just as much as an… more goodness …

June Austen On Dit

June Austen On Dit

Welcome to Austen Authors’ monthly summary of all things JAFF, Jane, and Regency! Elizabeth Adams, Rebecca Jamison, Katherine Reay, and I have chosen to call this selection of news Austen On Dit. The phrase On Dit comes from the French for “they say” or “it is said.” It means a piece of gossip.  Austen seldom… more goodness …

Henry and Eliza on Eliza Doolittle Day

Henry and Eliza on Eliza Doolittle Day

  Forgive me if I take this occasion to celebrate a few different Elizas than just Miss Bennet, for today is Eliza Doolittle Day. For those unfamiliar with this often overlooked holiday, it is a reference to the musical My Fair Lady, based on George Bernard Shaw’s play Pygmalion, which in turn is based on… more goodness …