Author Archives: Sophie Turner

Regency Gothick

Regency Gothick

In [easyazon_link identifier=”B07KYMR2YD” locale=”US” tag=”austauth0d-20″]A Season Lost[/easyazon_link], Elizabeth at one point teases her husband about putting a “gothick facade” on Pemberley. It’s not a typo – I promise I did not get k-happy! The two gothic movements in architecture you may be more familiar with are the traditional medieval gothic, which can most commonly be… more goodness …

Princess Charlotte and Claremont

Princess Charlotte and Claremont

First things first, [easyazon_link identifier=”B07KYMR2YD” locale=”US” tag=”austauth0d-20″]A Season Lost[/easyazon_link] is finally published! One of the key themes readers will find during the series is childbirth: maternal mortality rates were high, which gives this strange quality to an impending birth. It might be cause for great happiness, or it might result in the loss of the… more goodness …

Announcing the Winners of Sophie Turner’s “A Season Lost” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Sophie Turner’s “A Season Lost” Giveaway

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Sophie Turner‘s “A Season Lost” Giveaway. Leah Pruett, Katherine, Julia Saenz, Cindie Snyder, and Rose Drew will each receive her choice of an eBook copy of print copy of Ms. Turner‘s A Constant Love or A Season Lost. Congratulations, Ladies. [If print copy is chosen, please include your mail… more goodness …

Help me Choose my Next Book Cover

Help me Choose my Next Book Cover

At one point I’d been optimistic and hoped I could have the next installment in the [easyazon_link identifier=”1503368092″ locale=”US” tag=”austauth0d-20″]Constant Love series[/easyazon_link] published before my next trip to Great Britain. As I’ll be on a plane when many of you are reading this, though, that obviously hasn’t happened! My itinerary for this year is based… more goodness …

That’s Right, it’s a Post About Privies

That’s Right, it’s a Post About Privies

It’s much more fun to view the Regency era through rose-colored historical glasses, focusing on the flattering emprire-waisted dresses, pretty bonnets, beautiful countryside, well-stocked elegant country house libraries, and of course the handsome men wearing handsome clothes. Better to ignore the position of women (as the property of either their fathers or their husbands), the… more goodness …