Author Archives: Sarah Price

Southern Elegance as America’s Regency Era?

Southern Elegance as America’s Regency Era?

The Regency Era was, in my mind, unsurpassed by any other era for elegance and sophistication, manners and morals, and–of course–amazing literature.Tonight, however, I strayed from my love of Jane Austen and wandered back across the Atlantic to the era of Southern culture during the 1800s. Now, we all know that there was a lot… more goodness …

Revisiting Pride and Prejudice… Again

Revisiting Pride and Prejudice… Again

WINNERS OF LAST MONTH’S GIVEAWAY: Congratulations Patti Bond and Brenda Turner. Patti won an eBook copy of The Matchmaker and Brenda won a signed copy of The Matchmaker! Please email me at sarah@sarahpriceauthor.com with information so that I can send it right away. “We are all fools in love”  Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice It’s a… more goodness …

An Excerpt and Giveaway of The Matchmaker!

An Excerpt and Giveaway of The Matchmaker!

Now that the holidays are behind us, I can take a deep breath and look forward to MY favorite holiday: Valentine’s Day. It’s not that I don’t love Christmas (gifts ARE fun and twinkle lights ARE pretty), but the combination of excessive gift giving with the religious aspect of what Christmas actually means creates a… more goodness …

Regency Games

Regency Games

Just three weeks ago, I did my annual migration to Florida for the winter. Having grown up in New Jersey, I should be accustomed to the horrible weather. But I’m not. And, the more time I spend in Florida, the more I love it. Not just the weather, either. In many ways, my winter life… more goodness …

Literary Ladies at the Library

Literary Ladies at the Library

This past week, I’ve been traveling on my 2017 Autumn Book Tour. As many of you may know, I write in several different genres, but my main genre is Amish fiction. You know, the romances set in Amish country: Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania. In college, I studied anthropology. I love cultures. It amazes me how this… more goodness …

A Royal Blunder?

A Royal Blunder?

Just the other day, I was reading a top-selling Regency book (NOT by one of the Austen Authors) and I have to confess, I’m really glad it was on Kindle Unlimited because it was…to be perfectly honest…awful. As I writer, I strive for a lot of things: authenticity and accuracy are two of them. This… more goodness …

Researching the Regency Era

Researching the Regency Era

Writing Regency novels takes much more than just loving the genre. For Jane Austen, she lived during the Regency period and, therefore, could write from her own experiences. For those of us authors who love that time period and love Jane Austen, writing novels set during that time period is much harder. In order to… more goodness …

When Austenites Get It

When Austenites Get It

Last week, I received a letter from one of my readers. This isn’t an unusual event; I receive quite a bit of correspondence from my readers. But this letter really struck a chord with me for several reasons. First, let me share the letter: Dear Sarah Price I recently read your retold novel of Jane… more goodness …