Today’s guest post is from member Mary C.M. Phillips. Sometimes we just need to disconnect from technology and connect with Jane Austen.
Jane Austen proper
Today we are pleased to introduce Steve Hockensmith, who comes to share how Jane Austen hit him with a roundhouse kick to the side of the head.
Today we are please to introduce writer Susan Krause as she shares how her love of Jane Austen began with an unlikely reading suggestion from her father.
Dark Jane Austen Book Club would like to welcome Barbara Tiller Cole, who has been interviewed several times by Elizabeth Darcy and has once again graciously agreed to allow another interview to shared here with us.
Today’s guest post follows where our beloved Jane walked, lived, and her abiding influence upon, Nancy Kelley.
Beginning this week of guest posts, we are most pleased to introduce Ben H. Winters.
Dear Miss Austen, Time has not dwindled the interest in your works.
It was revealed last month through the research of Lindsey Ashford for her latest book that Jane Austen may have in fact died as a result of arsenic poisoning.
I’m not ready for visions of sugar plums or the mischievous ramblings of an Elf on the Shelf.
Veronica’s top 5 Austen inspired wish list items.
Our goal this month is to celebrate the writer who has had such a lasting influence upon literature and continues to inspire readers and writers.