Sometimes you know. You just know. Instinctively and naturally, you avoid certain people. It’s usually because of something they’ve done; some past act that makes you uncomfortable or something they’ve said (perhaps even in jest). Whatever the case, something just doesn’t sit quite right with you. They show up and instinctively an internal sensor goes […]
Jane Austen proper
Dear Henry Tilney, Please consult Mr. Darcy on how to be a true Austen man. Sincerely, all the women who read Northanger Abbey! ~~~ Until this summer, I had not read Austen’s “Northanger Abbey.” I know, what true Janeite doesn’t binge read all of the novels, every year? One of the […]
Today we’re linking up with Maria Garzia and My Jane Austen Book Club as part of the Jane Austen Soiree honoring Miss Austen’s 237th birthday!
Reading is one of my favorite pass times, cathartic escapes, and all around safest way to occupy my time.
In Michael Thomas Ford’s, Jane Bites Back, a love triangle arises between three main characters: Jane Austen (the vampire), Walter (the boring guy), and Lord Byron (the poet/vampire).
My dear mother, I can hardly write such words to you; however, upon this festive occasion, I shall honor your motherly graces with a few lines of prose duly praising your efforts in my growth and development.
If you blurted out “Darcy!” then you might be a Darcyholic…
It seems a silly question at first. You most emphatically stated your answer the moment you read the title, but was it the right one?
Dark paneled wood, lush carpet, soft Christmas music surrounded us as we walked into the O’Henry Hotel.
It is with great pleasure that we introduce Vera Nazarian who shares with us how she brings out the darkness in the world of Jane Austen.
We are pleased to bring you today’s special guest author Kate Dana, who shares with us her love of and the enduring influence of Jane Austen.