Off to Gretna Green and a giveaway!

Off to Gretna Green and a giveaway!

Do you just love those scenes in Jane Austen fanfiction where a couple we care about elopes to Gretna Green? Whether it’s Darcy and Elizabeth or some other couple we are rooting for, it seems so romantic to picture them rushing off to be married. Of course, we also cringe when a naughty couple such… more goodness …

Magical Bath – An Unforgettable Experience

Magical Bath – An Unforgettable Experience

Bath is, I think, one of the few places left in England – and perhaps the best of them all – where you can catch a real glimpse of Georgian Britain. Somehow, it had escaped the ravages of time and the 1970s ‘improvements’ and had remained a timeless capsule of yesteryear beauty. To me, Bath… more goodness …

Winners of Joana Starnes’ Release of “The Unthinkable Triangle”

Austen Authors is happy to announce the winners of Joana Starnes‘ giveaway of her latest release, The Unthinkable Triangle.   Gail will receive an autographed copy of the novel, while eldanuumea and euridiceblack will receive eBook copies. Ladies, please contact Regina Jeffers at jeffersregina@gmail.com to claim your prize. Gail, please provide a mailing address. Eldanuumea… more goodness …

Winner of Rose Fairbanks’ “Persuasion in Pride and Prejudice” Giveaway

Austen Authors is happy to announce that Linda A. is the winner of an eBook copy of Rose Fairbanks‘ latest release, Love Last Longest: Alternate Short Tales of Pride and Prejudice. Congratulations, Linda! To claim your prize, contact Regina Jeffers at jeffersregina@gmail.com. Indicate to which email address the prize should be delivered.  more goodness …

Americanisms in JAFF + Giveaway

Americanisms in JAFF + Giveaway

After I had published One Thread Pulled, I had the opportunity to meet a reader from Norway who was visiting Salt Lake City. We spent a delightful hour or so together, and one of the many topics we touched on was my book. She had enjoyed it – but mentioned somewhat off-handedly that it did… more goodness …

The Last Smiles of Summer

The Last Smiles of Summer

I love reading about walks in Jane Austen’s books. Whether it’s Marianne Dashwood walking in a rain storm, Elizabeth Bennet wading through the mud to visit her feverish sister, Catherine Morland setting out to explore the dark halls of Northanger Abbey, Emma Woodhouse taking a turn about the neighborhood, or Fanny Price waiting for the… more goodness …

The Means of Uniting Them

The Means of Uniting Them

We have all thought about and no doubt read about the number of coincidences in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. The twist of fate that fascinates me the most is when Miss Elizabeth Bennet meets Mr. Darcy at Pemberley. In As Good as a Lord, Elizabeth is even more concerned about being there than she… more goodness …