Author Archives: Sophie Turner

Announcing the Winners of Sophie Turner’s “Evolving ‘Mistress'” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Sophie Turner’s “Evolving ‘Mistress'” Giveaway

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the three winners of Sophie Turner’s “Evolving ‘Mistress’” Giveaway. The first prize is a bundled package: the winner will receive a reader’s choice of ebook or paperback copy of Mistress, plus an audiobook of A Constant Love, and a Pemberley Gardens candle from Frostbeard Studios. Random.org chose priscillateh as that first winner. … more goodness …

Evolving “Mistress,” and a Giveaway

Evolving “Mistress,” and a Giveaway

Although I’ve posted here for quite some time, readers may have noticed two things missing from my posts: a new release, and a giveaway. It’s finally time to rectify both of those things! The reason for my lack of new books is twofold: first, my main track of writing is in a continuation series, where… more goodness …

Wife Number Two

Wife Number Two

We Americans who enjoy period pieces got a lovely one-two punch for a little while on PBS: “Victoria,” followed by historian Lucy Worsley’s “.” Six Wives, of course, refers to the wives of serial marrier Henry VIII. I am a sucker for this too-crazy-to-be-fiction story, so I really enjoyed Worsley’s program; it’s very well done,… more goodness …

I Tried to Write Like Jane Austen for a Day – Here’s What Happened

I Tried to Write Like Jane Austen for a Day – Here’s What Happened

Jane Austen wrote some of the greatest novels in English literature. This is a given. You might even say it is a truth universally acknowledged. We respect her intellect, that a daughter of a country clergyman with little formal education (but opportunity for extensive reading) could manage to do so. But I’ve always thought it… more goodness …

Boxing Day

Boxing Day

Happy Boxing Day! Is that even how you reference Boxing Day? As an American, I hadn’t really heard of Boxing Day until I’d started turning into more of the Anglophile that I am now. When I first heard December 26 referenced as Boxing Day, I presumed it had something to do with boxes, namely that… more goodness …

An impressive collection of carriages

An impressive collection of carriages

I’d thought I was done with posts from my travels when I finished up with my house posts, but then I recalled there was one more experience that I should certainly share with readers here: the wonderful Red House Carriage Museum, in Darley Dale (near Matlock). It’s a working carriage museum, where they actually take… more goodness …