Category Archives: Writing & Publishing

Announcing the Winner of Victoria Kincaid’s “Darcy and Deception: Spies and Sea Bathing” Giveaway

Announcing the Winner of Victoria Kincaid’s “Darcy and Deception: Spies and Sea Bathing” Giveaway

    Austen Authors is happy to announce the winners of Victoria Kincaid‘s “Darcy and Deception: Spies and Sea Bathing” Giveaway. Talia Sommer will receive an eBook copy of Ms. Kincaid‘s Darcy and Deception. Congratulations. Please contact Regina Jeffers, Giveaway Coordinator, at reginalm@rjeffers.com to claim your prize. [According to stated giveaway rules on Austen Authors, all prizes must… more goodness …

Was Jane Austen (Gasp!) Wrong About Entails?

Was Jane Austen (Gasp!) Wrong About Entails?

There are certain historical inaccuracies which often pop up in Pride and Prejudice variations which catch my eye when I come across them, mostly because I tend to find them annoying. No one is perfect—I certainly do not get everything right. But with the awesome power of the internet, we, as authors, should be able… more goodness …

Snow in Hertfordshire and a Giveaway

Snow in Hertfordshire and a Giveaway

Many of you will remember that last year, I shared how difficult Christmas has been for me for many years. I wrote a Christmas book last year, and it was the first one I had done, though I had written a short story a couple of years earlier that became part of Promises Kept. I’m… more goodness …

Announcing the Winners of Renata McMann and Summer Hanford’s “Love, Letters, and Lies” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Renata McMann and Summer Hanford’s “Love, Letters, and Lies” Giveaway

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Renata McMann and Summer Hanford’s “Love, Letters, and Lies” Giveaway. Rosanna K and taswmom will each receive an eBook copy of Ms. McMann and Ms. Hanford ‘s Love, Letters, and Lies. Congratulations, Ladies. Please contact Regina Jeffers, Giveaway Coordinator, at reginalm@rjeffers.com to claim your prize. [According to stated giveaway… more goodness …

Announcing the Winner of P. O. Dixon’s “The Gaieties Which That Season Brings Giveaway”

Announcing the Winner of P. O. Dixon’s “The Gaieties Which That Season Brings Giveaway”

        Authors is pleased to announce the winner of P. O. Dixon‘s “The Gaieties Which That Season Brings” Giveaway. Tashia Jennings will each receive a $10 Amazon Gift Card. (Because the gift card will be sent directly from Amazon.com, the winner must be able to redeem the gift card on Amazon.com. Alternatively, the winner… more goodness …

Princess Charlotte and Claremont

Princess Charlotte and Claremont

First things first, 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 mother, and/or the child. In A… more goodness …

Announcing the Winner of Victoria Kincaid’s “Christmas at Darcy House” Giveaway

Announcing the Winner of Victoria Kincaid’s “Christmas at Darcy House” Giveaway

    Austen Authors is thrilled to announce the winners of Victoria Kincaid‘s “Christmas at Darcy House” Giveaway. STEFANIE will each receive an Audiobook copy of Ms. Kincaid‘s Christmas at Darcy House. Congratulations, Stefanie. Please contact Regina Jeffers, Giveaway Coordinator, at reginalm@rjeffers.com to claim your prize. [According to stated giveaway rules on Austen Authors, all prizes must… more goodness …

Announcing the Winners of Regina Jeffers’s “Do You Need a Little Darcy Right This Very Minute?” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Regina Jeffers’s “Do You Need a Little Darcy Right This Very Minute?” Giveaway

  Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Regina Jeffers‘s “Do You Need a Little Darcy Right This Very Minute?” Giveaway. Teresa Williams and LynnChar will each receive an eBook copy of Ms. Jeffers‘s Christmas at Pemberley; meanwhile, Ruth Roberts-Telford and schilds will each receive an eBook copy of Mr. Darcy’s Present. Happy Holidays,… more goodness …

The Little Christmas Story With No Name

The Little Christmas Story With No Name

It’s that time of year again, when we haul boxes out of attic or basement, dump the pile of mouse poop off the tops of them, and pull out all the pretties within to decorate our houses. This year, that has not gone so well for me. LOL It’s a long story, but the short… 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 …

Announcing the Winner of Leenie Brown’s “Miss Crawford, After Mansfield Park” Giveaway

Announcing the Winner of Leenie Brown’s “Miss Crawford, After Mansfield Park” Giveaway

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Leenie Brown‘s “Miss Crawford, After Mansfield Park” Giveaway. Danielle C  will receive an eBook copy of Ms. Brown‘s Mary, To Protect Her Heart. Congratulations, Danielle. Please contact Regina Jeffers, Giveaway Coordinator, at reginalm@rjeffers.com to claim your prize. [According to stated giveaway rules on Austen Authors, all… more goodness …

The Etiquette of “Visiting” and How Jane Austen Used The Tradition as a Plot Device

The Etiquette of “Visiting” and How Jane Austen Used The Tradition as a Plot Device

The Etiquette of “Visiting” and How Jane Austen Used It as a Plot Device In the 1800s, morning calls or visiting upon a household developed a certain protocol, and those who broke protocol were often shunned. First a calling card was presented to the household’s servant. It was common for those who came to London… more goodness …