Thank you to all those who read with us and who entered for a chance to win. Special thanks to Wayne Josephson author of Emma and the Vampires for sharing with us and for the giveaway opportunity. Congratulations Raquel Our winner has been notified by email. Hope you all join us next month. May’s […]
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Interview: Wayne Josephson
We asked Wayne Josephson about Emma, vampires, and writing, and today he answers those questions. Be sure to check out his guest post featured last week for a chance to win an autographed copy of Emma and the Vampires, this month’s featured selection. Other than Emma Woodhouse, which character did you enjoy developing to live in this […]
How I Wrote Emma and the Vampires
Today we welcome Wayne Josephson, author of this month’s selection Emma and the Vampires. Here he shares how he brought the vampires to Emma’s world. Be sure to enter for a chance to win an autographed copy at the end. I’d like to tell you how I came to write Emma and the Vampires and […]
Vampires in Gentlemen’s Clothing
Vampires have endured as a part of the supernatural world, having various forms depending on the cultural legends of the area from which they hail.
To Mr. Woodhouse From Isabella Knightley
Dearest Father, I hope that you are in tolerable good health this day of honouring fathers.
My Favorite Misconception
I used to imagine a governess as someone who skipped about, guitar-in-hand, singing songs about raindrops-on-roses and whiskers-on-kittens.
The Second Time Around
Reading Austen’s eponymous Emma for the second time around is a vastly different experience than the first.
Glitches and Stitches
Utilizing the G+ hangout for virtual book club discussions has been proving both technically difficult with the glitches and completely wonderful with the laughter causing stitches in my sides.
To Emma Sans Love
As you are aware, the celebration of Valentine’s Day provides an opportunity for expressing our mutual profusions of affection and desire.
Valentine’s Day Card to Mr. Robert Martin
Upon reading Mr. Robert Martin’s letter again some few months later, and having given it a great deal of thought, Harriet Smith felt it only natural to secretly send him a letter on Valentine’s Day.
Family Values and Society
John and Isabella Knightley enjoy the company of each other, their children, and their family before they prefer the company of anyone else.