Mr. Darcy’s P&P POV (the abridged version) Part 14 Greetings, folks. Jack Caldwell here. This is Part 14 of my little work-in-process. For Part 1, go here, Part 2, here, Part 3 here, Part 4 here, Part 5 here, Part
I was late to the game for The Lizzie Bennet Diaries and I never even managed Welcome to Sandition, but I am determined to be on the ball with Emma Approved. There have already been four episodes, and I HAVE WATCHED THEM ALL!
What does Jane Austen have to do with social media? That’s a question I’ve been asking myself a lot as one of the six writers involved in The Darcy Brothers, the new Pride & Prejudice Reader’s Choice story. We chose
Over the years, the “backlash” regarding Georgette Heyer’s depiction of the Jewish has become better known (See http://vacuousminx.wordpress.com/2011/08/23/jewish-stereotypes-in-georgette-heyers-novels/ and http://vacuousminx.wordpress.com/2011/08/03/authorial-intrusion-and-reader-response-my-georgette-heyer-experience/ for examples of the reported offending passages and the changes the current publisher of Heyer’s works made to those passages).
I love October. Always have. And not just because I was born in October. (By the way, my thanks to the hundreds of people who sent me birthday wishes via Facebook.) I love October because of the fall colors. In North
Welcome to the new Pride & Prejudice Reader’s Choice story, The Darcy Brothers! For readers, this story will work much like the previous one – posts each Wednesday and a poll on what should happen next. The polls will close
CONGRATS to the winners of the drawing: LeslieGB & Ceri!! I hope you will like THE ROAD TO YOU! (And if you already have it, I can send you a different ebook of mine…and if you already have ALL of
I’m thrilled to show you the cover of Project Darcy, which comes out on November 5th. My very ‘own darling child’ has gone off to the printer – I love seeing a manuscript transform into the printed page in all
A gentleman’s daughter does not shoot. A gentleman’s daughter does not shoot. Elizabeth ignored the echo of her mother’s voice in her head and kept her eyes on the moving hound. She waited. He stopped circling and dove into a
Pull out the popcorn and warm up that comfy spot on the couch. It’s time to join the Regency Interpreter for Pride and Prejudice part 4. As we begin this final segment of the first episode of the Pride