Author Archives: Gianna Thomas

Music Videos Pride and Prejudice #5

Music Videos Pride and Prejudice #5

Well, since I am in the process of moving from Texas to Illinois after being in my house for over forty years—with all that entails—I’m doing my posts a couple of months in advance and taking the easy way out. Start your day on a happy note. Sing along with these lovely music videos and… more goodness …

Who are the Bingley Sisters? Plus Giveaway

Who are the Bingley Sisters? Plus Giveaway

In Pride and Prejudice, the Bingley family consisted of Charles, Caroline, Louisa, and Louisa’s husband, Mr. Hurst. Louisa was the oldest, and Caroline was the youngest sister and probably the middle child. Even though Charles was the head of the family—as both parents were deceased—his sisters had a tendency to rule the roost and manipulate… more goodness …

Music Videos Pride and Prejudice #4

Music Videos Pride and Prejudice #4

NOTE: Darcy Vs Elizabeth is available in American and British Editions. Get your copy TODAY! mybook.to/DarcyVsElizabeth-Amer mybook.to/DarcyVsElizabeth-Brit Here we go again. Love songs to start your day. Enjoy! Hungry Eyes Salvation Madness – Alanis Morissette A Thousand Years   And I’ve got to add one more to make the day. It’s Raining Men. Woohoo! Have a wonderful… more goodness …

Darcy Versus Series WIP

Darcy Versus Series WIP

At the moment I’m working on the last two books in the ‘Darcy Versus Series.’ I’m not sure which will be published first but hope to have both published by the middle of March 2020. Here’s a second taste of ‘Darcy Vs Elizabeth.’ The next morning, in response to a note from Netherfield, Elizabeth headed… more goodness …

Pemberley, Chatsworth House, and the Cavendish Family

Pemberley, Chatsworth House, and the Cavendish Family

Panorama of Chatsworth by Pieter Tillemans c.1725 Every time I write a book about Darcy and Elizabeth, I think of Chatsworth as Pemberley. Even in rereading Jane Austen’s description of Pemberley, it seems to be Chatsworth that she is describing. Chatsworth by William Marlow c.1770 Elizabeth, as they drove along, watched for the first appearance… more goodness …