As with every previous Friday, Charlotte waited for Mr. Collins to breakfast, pull on his gardening trousers, and head out in the tangled web of cucumber vines and cabbages. Today’s letter promised to be particularly promising since it was in Lady Catherine’s hand. Who would the old rich hag have had such a need to […]
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Today we are pleased to have the opportunity to pose our own questions to Colette Saucier who has graciously agreed to answer. What was the most challenging aspect of writing Pulse and Prejudice? Although some of the hours upon hours of historical research could be dull and trying, the most challenging aspect was ensuring that […]
As fearful whispers gave way to rumors becoming stories turned myth and legend, the truly remarkable happened. The damned began to have a chance at redemption.
Though I allowed an entire month to go by before officially stating my challenge acceptance terms for the Pride and Prejudice Bicentenary challenge 2013 hosted by Austenprose, here they are. First condition: Stating my level of participation. I shall be working toward the Aficionada with 11 selections. Second condition: List my chosen selections. February – […]
Today we join up with Alyssa Goodnight for the Pride and Prejudice 200th Anniversary Party Blog Hop!
If Pride and Prejudice had a fault, it would be that we never really know anything about Darcy’s parents or his childhood. Perhaps, he simply got taller, older–a more adult version of his child-adult self. Yes, we know about Wickholm and his sister, but he never allows us, the dear readers, […]
Last Monday my husband and I started taking ballroom dancing lessons. It was his idea. I kid you not!
In reading The Mistress’s Black Veil by M.K. Baxley I found myself thinking about sins and secrets.
Please, welcome one of this month’s featured author’s M.K. Baxley, author of Veronica’s pick The Mistress’s Black Veil.
This month Sarah and I decided to do something a little different.
After reading many of Austen’s works, I believe every heroine prayed this: Let me be vanilla!