Jane Austen most likely never saw the coming of devoted fans–a whole host of individuals willing to dress in Regency styles and sip tea while reading her novels and calling themselves Janeites. Scholars that spend hours researching and studying everything from her writing style to her life style. Even if she could have guessed that […]
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Today I dig deep to think more about why Darcy keeps coming up as the most fantasized of Austen’s men over at Darcyholic Diversions.
I didn’t grow up with Pride and Prejudice tucked under my arm or teach myself the art of flirting by reading Emma. It never occurred to me to fling my person toward the arms of a nearby gentleman or walk in the rain because a gentleman(supposedly) jilted me. Most of my life, I passed Jane […]
Well, today Sarah and I are participating in Christmas with Jane over at the Book Review Club where we were asked some of these very questions.
When I first started writing Mansfield Park and Mummies, the first book of my Supernatural Jane Austen Series, I had no idea that there would be a third romantic interest for Fanny Price in my version of Austen’s classic.
It is with great pleasure that we welcome back Sherri Browning Erwin author of this month’s selection Jane Slayre.
If you blurted out “Darcy!” then you might be a Darcyholic…
Welcoming back Vera Nazarian to answer questions posed by our members!
It’s genuinely impossible for me to say which Jane Austen work is my favorite.
We are very fortunate to have Amanda Grange author of this month’s reading selection Mr. Darcy, Vampyre here to answer some questions posed by our members.
Today’s special guest is John D. Ayers who shares with us an imagining of our beloved Jane Austen as she might interact with a character of her imagining, and of whom we have come to think so well.