Announcing the Winners of Zoe Burton’s “A New Title, A New Cover Style” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Zoe Burton’s “A New Title, A New Cover Style” Giveaway

          Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Zoe Burton‘s “A New Title, A New Cover Style” Giveaway. Allison Mitchell and missjamieann will each receive an eBook copy of Ms. Burton‘s latest release Darcy’s Surprise Betrothal. Congratulations! Ladies, please contact Regina Jeffers, Giveaway Coordinator, at reginalm@rjeffers.com to claim your… more goodness …

A Glimpse Into the Other World

A Glimpse Into the Other World

Now that my series on spa and seaside resorts is done, I thought I’d reach a little further back into my travels to share something that’s very relevant to my series, which is creeping ever closer to the release of its third book (and as such, this post may contain some mild spoilers on the… more goodness …

Incandescent – An Excerpt

Incandescent – An Excerpt

The blurb for my new book, Incandescent, will go something like… “In this modern day twist on Jane Austen’s Persuasion, The Elliots are Hollywood Royalty –  a family of actors going back three generations. Annie Elliot has been cast to play Elizabeth Bennet in a new movie adaptation of Pride and Prejudice that takes place… more goodness …

Emma (1996) Trivia Challenge

Emma (1996) Trivia Challenge

Emma (1996) with Gwyneth Paltrow in the title role has some behind-the-scenes facts that are funny, lovely, surprising and shocking. It’s all over the map, really. Test your knowledge and check your answers or read on and learn something new. Quiz: What is the real-life connection between the actresses who played Mrs. and Miss Bates? What… more goodness …

The Value of Prejudice, a Guest Post from Wendy Jones

The Value of Prejudice, a Guest Post from Wendy Jones

Prejudice is generally viewed today as a negative trait Through its association with racism, it has acquired a particularly evil resonance in the U. S.; it’s hard to see anything redeeming here. But it wasn’t that simple in Jane Austen’s time. The key words in her most famous book were morally ambidextrous. Pride could mean… more goodness …

A Garden like Jane’s

A Garden like Jane’s

April is the time of year when I love to work in my garden, and this year, I’ve found myself longing to have a garden more like one of Jane Austen’s. In searching through her novels, I noticed with surprise that flowers are not often mentioned. In fact, there are no bouquets from Col. Brandon… more goodness …

Irrevocably Gone

Irrevocably Gone

Better late than never or so the saying goes. Indeed, an apt expression of my sentiments as it relates to today’s post. Irrevocably Gone was published weeks ago but I have yet to share a new release excerpt from the story in conjunction with a giveaway contest for the eBook edition here at Austen Authors… more goodness …