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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
- 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
- Q&A with Collins Hemingway, author of The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen trilogy
- Credit Where Credit is Due
- Lady Susan: the Most Unlikely Heroine
Tag Archives: Jane Austen quotes
“Port Alberni? Where’s that?” I don’t remember if I actually said those words, but I definitely thought them when I was first invited to attend a Jane Austen festival there July 14 – 16. In case you’re scratching your head … 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
Today, in coordination with Austen Variations, I have a scavenger hunt for you, complete with buried treasure! If you’ve already been to my post at Austen Variations, you have arrived here with a pocket full of words to solve the … Continue reading
“Write what you know!” You’ve probably heard the saying, intended as sound advice for anyone with literary aspirations. Jane Austen subscribed to this idea. Me? Not so much. Jane Austen absolutely wrote what she knew best – her own … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how your life would have been altered if at point A you had turned left instead of right? Would you have been happier or not? If you had a chance for a world-class “do over,” would … Continue reading
Yesterday, when I went out for my morning constitutional, I had multicolored maple leaves crunching underfoot and the occasional spider web hitting me in the face. I also took a plastic bag along with me, into which I hoped to … Continue reading