“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” – Romeo and Juliet (II, ii, 1-2) In the grand tradition of Mark Twain, George Eliot, and Dr. Seuss, I have
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I started this as a Top Five list, and I just couldn’t narrow things down. Jane Austen culture has come to mean so very much… So, without further ado, here are my TOP TEN REASONS TO LOVE JANE AUSTEN 10.
Welcome to the third installment of The Bennet Brother, the new interactive group writing project from Austen Authors! At the end of this segment, you’ll have a chance to vote on what happens next. There are also extra details on Twitter
Whoohoo! Debut day has finally arrived! Ever since I finished writing Return to Longbourn, I’ve been dying to get this story out there. The creative process isn’t complete until the resulting work is shared. And the wait to share a new book can be excruciating
Working on The Bennet Brother, our Reader’s Choice story, has me thinking about the choices we make in plot twists. I’ve already read the chapter you’ll be getting this week (it’s brilliant), and I’m not giving anything away by saying
Flirtation is a diverting, and necessary sport for any young lady in want of a husband. So it seems quite odd that a mother who engages in much match-making and elder sisters in need of husbands would conspire together to
Return to Longbourn, my third Austenesque novel will debut here at Austen Authors next week, on the 26th! It’s the follow-up to my Pride and Prejudice sequel, The Darcys of Pemberley, and centers on Mary, Kitty, and the new heir to the Longbourn estate. (See related post, Redeeming Mary Bennet).
February, the month of love and romance is not over, and Love still lingers in the air like a hint of delightful exotic perfume… Ripe peaches and heady acacia, sweet honeysuckle, lily-of-the-valley, and the heavenly rose… Yes, Love with a
First and foremost, I want to say thanks to YOU for making my first White Soup Press book, Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match, an Amazon top 100 bestselling title in both Single Women’s Fiction and in Humor! I’ve heard from