Category Archives: Excerpt

Darcy Speaks!  Mr. Darcy to the Rescue Now Available on Audiobook

Darcy Speaks! Mr. Darcy to the Rescue Now Available on Audiobook

After many ups and downs, Mr. Darcy to the Rescue is now available on audiobook. There have been three different narrators attached to the project at different points, and the whole process took far longer than anticipated. But the ultimate result is great!   Look below for a plot summary and an excerpt from the beginning… more goodness …

Ruminations on and a story of Sense and Sensibility

Ruminations on and a story of Sense and Sensibility

It’s so tempting to interpret Sense & Sensibility through the lense of its title, even more so than Pride & Prejudice. Yes, Elizabeth is prejudice and Darcy is proud, but there is some muddling of the lines, whereas Elinor is all sense and Marianne is total sensibility. Furthermore, Austen’s exploration of this polarity fits so… more goodness …

Bronwen Chisholm’s Debut Post: An Introduction

Bronwen Chisholm’s Debut Post: An Introduction

Hello, Hello, Hello! I cannot express how tickled I am to be making my debut on Austen Authors. Following the example of my fellow new authors to the site, I will take this first blog to introduce myself and my love of everything Austen. Although I grew up surrounded by books, I somehow avoided Jane… more goodness …

One Thing at a Time

One Thing at a Time

    I promised an excerpt from my work-in-progress (WIP) titled, The Rights to Her Heart, when I posted in early May, but something happened between then and now. I found that I was stretching myself too thin. I was trying to tackle two high priority WIPs at the same time: the previously mentioned story… more goodness …

Announcing Hypothetically Married + Giveaway!

Announcing Hypothetically Married + Giveaway!

Hypothetically, what would a gentleman in Regency times prefer? Let’s assume our gentleman has several children. Would he want one to be wealthy and the others simply not poor, or would he want all of them to have equal wealth? Did he have the luxury of a choice? When having many children was normal, it… more goodness …