On the Road Again

 

 
 
 

When I first sat down to write The Darcys of Pemberley six and half years ago, I had no idea where it would lead me. I’ve since discovered that creating a sequel to a much-loved novel, such as Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is quite an adventure – one filled with great delights … and some major challenges too ….

This is the opening of my guest blog spot for Maria Grazia, a Twitter friend in Italy, for her Jane Austen Book Club blog. Please follow this link to read the rest.
http://thesecretunderstandingofthehearts.blogspot.com/2011/08/author-guestblog-giveaway-shannon.html?showComment=1314029763510#

“Six years of separation and suffering might have been spared. It is a sort of pain, too, which is new to me. I have been used to the gratification of believing myself to earn every blessing that I enjoyed. I have valued myself on honourable toils and just rewards. Like other great men under reverses,” he added with a smile, “I must endeavour to subdue my mind to my fortune. I must learn to brook being happier tha I deserve.”  (Cpt. Wentworth, Persuasion, ch. 23)

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About Shannon Winslow

author of historical fiction in the tradition of Jane Austen
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