Dear Marianne Brandon, I have it upon great authority, or at least the recommendation of one Mr. John Willoughby, that you are the standard for all that a lady should be. As such I was wondering what you would advise for a Sea Monster Tea Party? My proposed menu would be the following: Clam chowder […]
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Greetings Readers, This month we’ve been diving into Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters by Jane Austen and Ben H. Winters. We hope you’ve been reading with us, but if for some reason you have not we’d like to offer you an opportunity to win your very own copy with all the practical romance of Jane Austen […]
Dear Mrs. Dashwood, My condolences on the recent loss of your husband, Mr. Henry Dashwood. I understand he was a loving husband and devoted father before being so horrendously devoured by a hammerhead shark. I apologize if this is indelicate, but I was wondering if you might be willing to meet with me to discuss […]
Greetings Readers, We do hope you all have been reading enjoyable novels. This month we shall be revisiting one of our favorites Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters by Jane Austen and Ben H. Winters. For those of you who have not previously read it be aware that any post in which we discuss the book most […]
Today we welcome Ben H. Winters, author of this month’s reading selection Android Karenina. We asked him about the challenges of Tolstoy and bringing in the androids. Hope you enjoy! How was working with Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina different than working with Austen’s Sense and Sensibility? On the one hand, it was easier, because I’d just been through S&S&SM, so […]
The winner of our Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters giveaway is…
Beginning this week of guest posts, we are most pleased to introduce Ben H. Winters.
Just finished up chapter thirty in Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters, and I am loving it.
I am ten chapters into Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters and likewise within the pages of Sense and Sensibility.
Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monster: Book Trailer
It was in a women’s study in fiction that I read my first novel by Jane Austen which happened to be Sense and Sensibility.