For many Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is an enduring tale of true love. Whether it was Austen’s intention for us to view it as a love story versus a tale of how things like pride and prejudice blind us to the true character of a person does not stop us. How often have we dreamed of […]
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As I reluctantly sat down to watch, “this bomb” as I put it, I rolled my eyes at the absurd notion of mashing-up cowboys with aliens.
The winner of our double book giveaway for Dawn of the Dreadfuls and Dreadfully Ever After by Steve Hockensmith is…
The winner of our Fitzwilliam Ebenezer Darcy by Barbara Tiller Cole giveaway is…
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.
Of all the aspects of Dreadfully Ever After that were disappointing, what I did find most intriguing were the developments at Lady Catherine’s estate.
When I enter Jane Austen’s world even her undead world, I imagine decorum, order, social etiquette.
Society, however, continues on with all the decorum and civility of the well bred who have not lost their sense of pride with cliques and gangs.
Having just completed Dreadfully Ever After (DEA) by Steve Hockensmith I am left with more questions about the zombie plague.
Darkness and moonlight cover the house in a sleepy blanket.
In Dawn of the Dreadfuls there were many things that did not sit well with me.