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Leap of Faith
Leap of Hope
Miss Georgiana Darcy of Pemberley
The Persuasion of Miss Jane Austen
The Darcys of Pemberley
Mr. Collins’s Last Supper
For Myself Alone
Return to Longbourn
- Making a Scene at Georgiana’s Ball
- Summer Travels and Sagging Middles
- A Better Fate for Jane
- A Fresh Place of Interest
- Lady Catherine’s Celebrated Frankness
- Final Departure
- Number Eight is Underway!
- For the Love of the Game
- Time to Tour!
- Twin Sailing
- Double-the-Fun Cover Reveal
- Scavenger Hunt
- Go With What You Know?
- Meet Cora and Poindexter
- Austen’s Autumn
Category Archives: Shannon Winslow
Some of you may have seen this last month at Austen Variations, but I wanted to reproduce my post here, so I would have it as a permanent part of my own blog. Yes, it’s that important to me! Have … Continue reading
“Miss Bennet,” replied her ladyship, in an angry tone, “you ought to know that I am not to be trifled with. But however insincere you may choose to be, you shall not find me so. My character has ever been … Continue reading
First, let me thank everyone who has already read one or both of my two new releases, Leap of Faith and Leap of Hope, especially those who have gone the extra mile and posted a review. I appreciate your confidence and support … Continue reading
Today’s the opening day of baseball season! We’ve made it through that 2-month-long drought after Superbowl, where there was nothing to watch on TV, sports-wise, except soccer and basketball, neither of which interest me very much. Now, there will be … Continue reading
My two new novels have just launched out into the world, and one early reader has already burned through them both, leaving 5-star reviews for each on Amazon! Here they are: Leap of Faith: What a great story! I love … Continue reading
My big double launch day is finally here! And I do mean FINALLY. One of these two books has been waiting a very long time for its turn at publication. It really started about eight years ago. I’d had about … Continue reading