Tag Archives: Mr. Collins’s Last Supper

Owning the Estate

I’ve got a chance for you to show off your Jane Austen knowledge – a quiz about the estates that figure prominently in her novels! But first a few bits of news. Audiobook Update: Production is now finished on Return to Longbourn, … Continue reading

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Mr. Collins Lives

As most of you know, I did my best to rid the world of the specter of Mr. Collins long ago. I documented his death in The Darcys of Pemberley and expanded on the story in Mr. Collins’s Last Supper. But guess … Continue reading

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Free Sample

It is a truth universally acknowledged that everybody likes to get something for nothing. And it’s equally true that it is more blessed to give than to receive, right? So I figured it would be fun all the way around … Continue reading

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A Stitch in Time

  Today, I was pleased to provide a guest blog post for a friend I met on Twitter. Rebecca Jane is a big Jane Austen fan (yay!) as well as a fan of my novel The Darcys of Pemberley (double yay!). Her blog, called “Sewing in … Continue reading

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The Short Story of Mr. Collins

I have a very high regard for the clergy in general and for the several members of the profession I know personally. So it may seem strange that I made the premeditated death of a country parson my first literary … Continue reading

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Darling Exiles

In her present exile from good society, and distance from everything that had been wont to interest her, a letter from one belonging to the set where her heart lived, written with affection, and some degree of elegance, was thoroughly … Continue reading

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The Villains We Love to Hate

When I decided to write a sequel to Pride and Prejudice, what I most looked forward to was reveling in the happiness of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy.  That was before it dawned on me that I couldn’t make a novel out of 300 pages … Continue reading

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