We are thrilled to share the wonderful ad the Austen Authors placed in Jane Austen’s Regency World. As the official magazine issued by the Jane Austen Centre in Bath, UK, Jane Austen’s Regency World is a fabulous magazine chock full of news,
I was lucky enough to be asked to join Austen Authors about a year after my debut novel, According to Jane, was released. That book was a romantic women’s fiction story about a modern woman who had the ghost of
Are you ready for a new, fun, and exciting writing project from the Austen Authors? The amazing success of our Pride & Prejudice 200 project cannot be denied. WE loved writing the pieces! YOU loved reading and commenting on them!
Fleets of maids at Pemberley were kept busy round the clock, freshening and furbishing the wardrobes and grand toilettes of the ladies going to London, and only a week sennight after the family had made the decision to
With the New Year upon us—and the old one behind us—there’s a sense of invigoration in the air…or perhaps it’s simply a huge sigh of relief because the holidays are over with, and we can finally catch our breath and
Below is one of my favorite excerpts from Spices of Pemberley. (Note to self: Never, never, ever upgrade computer operating system a few days before your blog day. Applications don’t open, including one containing the blog you prepared two weeks
Would Lizzy and Darcy have celebrated the New Year? The answer is yes and no. Little do we know it, but our New Year’s Eve celebration with its fireworks and revelling is descended from another tradition, that of Twelfth Night,
Austen Authors and Syrie James are pleased to announce that Lisa Wagner is the winner of an autographed copy of Syrie ‘s newest release, The Missing Manuscript of Jane Austen. Lisa, please contact Regina Jeffers at either firstname.lastname@example.org (or) email@example.com
May opened on Pemberley, Elizabeth’s first spring as mistress of the house, and she watched with delight the blossoming of the park. Primroses, campion, Canterbury bells spread over the meadows, and in the formal gardens near the house vivid blue
If Elizabeth had looked at her husband’s face at that moment she would have seen such a look of love in his eyes that she would have been unable to stop the blush that surely would have warmed her cheeks.