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TheWritersBlockBadgeThe Writers’ Block Forum consists of two unique boards to enhance the Austen Authors website experience for our readers.

Austen Novel Read Along is the board for our ongoing discussion of a Jane Austen novel. Beginning with Lady Susan, new portions of the original text are posted every Wednesday. This is a Discussion board with comments welcome and encouraged! No registration is required to join the discussion.

Jane Austen’s Reading Salon is the board where we freely showcase our writing: short stories, excerpts, deleted scenes, poetry, and other assorted samples, both Austenesque and beyond Austen’s world. This is a “read-only” board. Read to your heart’s content and check back periodically for new posts.

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Priceless Prose
Novellas, vignettes, poems, and other unique compositions by our authors…

THIS IS A READ-ONLY FORUM. REPLYING IS DISABLED.

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Miss Contentment: An Austen-Inspired Fairy Tale
Once upon a time there was a very selfish girl who needed to learn a lesson. This is the tale of how that lesson was taught. (Can you guess the names from P&P behind the nameless characters?)
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Emma & Elton: Something Truly Horrid
A twisted retelling of Emma. What if Mr. Knightley warned Emma that her attentions to Mr. Elton were being misconstrued? Originally published in celebration of Halloween, 2012.
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The Pemberley Ball: A Pride and Prejudice Vagary Novella
Enjoy a bit of mayhem that we commonly call “Happily Ever After,” along with three alternate turning points to this tale of love and loss and love again from Austen-inspired author, Regina Jeffers.
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One Minute Past Christmas
One Minute Past Christmas is the story of a Greenbrier County, West Virginia, family.
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Persuasion from And Who Can Be In Doubt Of What Followed?: The Novels of Jane Austen Expanded
Ever wish Austen dwelt longer on her endings? This collection of short stories is based on the final chapters of Austen’s novels, following the supplied hints and flushing out the details.
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You Must Allow Me to Tell You
After twenty five years of marriage Fitzwilliam Darcy mourns his beloved Elizabeth, and all the things left unsaid. Inspired by a writing prompt asking for a story in which Darcy and Elizabeth married but she never fell in love with him. I couldn’t really be that mean to them, could I?
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An Interview with Mr. Sebastian Butler by Sharon Lathan
Part 3: A reporter for the Derby Chronicle interviews Viscount Nell at Pemberley.
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An Interview with Miss Georgiana Darcy by Sharon Lathan
Part 2: The reporter from the Derby Chronicle again visits Pemberley, this time to interview Georgiana Darcy.
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Mr. Darcy’s Fault: A Pride and Prejudice Variation
What if Elizabeth Bennet lost the letter Mr. Darcy gave her in explanation of his unparalleled proposal? What if Mr. Wickham found it? Would our favorite hero and heroine find their way to each other?
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An Interview with the Darcys by Sharon Lathan
Part 1: A reporter for the Derby Chronicle travels to Pemberley to interview Mr. and Mrs. Darcy for a human interest article.
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“Dear Jane” by Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy
Mr. Darcy writes a letter of appreciation to Jane Austen
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