Tag Archives: Captain Wentworth

Beneficial Exercise

Jane Austen and I both believe in the benefits of a long walk – for ourselves as well as our characters! Read an excerpt of one such important and romantic walk. Continue reading

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The Power of a Well-Written Letter

I know I promised to write about my experiences at the JASNA AGM in Minneapolis, and I will! But it the meantime, here’s my most recent post at Austen Authors, reproduced here in its entirety: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “Let us never underestimate the … Continue reading

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A Well-Written Valentine

“Let us never underestimate the power of a well-written letter.” Okay, so I hear you JA aficionados saying, “Hey, where did she dig up that line?” And you’re right; it is not strictly a Jane Austen quote. But it certainly … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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The Germ of a Novel

  If you have seen the ’95 version of Persuasion with Amanda Root and Ciaran Hinds, this spot will look familiar.  In the movie we see Captain Wentworth sitting on that very bench outside the pump-room in Bath before he rises to … Continue reading

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