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Prayer & Praise: a Jane Austen Devotional
The Ladies of Rosings Park
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
- Who Knew Henry Tilney Was Such a Passionate Guy?
- Becoming a Fan of Becoming Jane
- Taking Pleasure in a Good Novel
- Superhero in Disguise
- Book Launch and Giveaway!
- Ta-Da! Cover Reveal… at last!
- And the Winner Is… (Cover Image Decision)
- Cover Image Quandary – Part 2
- Cover Image Quandary
- Updates and Picnics
- Visitors to Hunsford: a P&P Missing Scene
- Life and Other Unmanageable Events
- The Supreme Council of Baddies
- Popular Highlights “Return”
- Diverting to Derbyshire – a P&P Missing Scene
Tag Archives: Emma
Phew! It was a lot of work, but The Ladies of Rosings Park is successfully launched and doing well. Thank you to those of you who have taken the time to post early reviews. When you really enjoy a book, … Continue reading
As my regular readers know, I don’t blog only about Jane Austen and the Regency period. So my contribution to the Summer Banquet Hop is not “period correct.” It’s more current and personal. Does anybody remember progressive dinners? I’m not sure … Continue reading
When I wrote “part 1,” I didn’t intend a follow-up piece. But now I find that I must retract part of what I said then. “I have to thank you, Miss Woodhouse, for a very kind forgiving message in one of Mrs. Weston’s letters. I … Continue reading
One week to go! Return to Longbourn will soon be coming to an online bookstore near you, and here’s the wrap-around cover for the paperback! Kind a “home-spun” look like my other covers, and I love the little cows! (Click on … Continue reading
It’s usually the person having the birthday who gets the presents. But in this case, it’s some of the guests who came to the Happy Birthday to “The Darcys of Pemberley” party – so I guess we could call them party favors. I … Continue reading