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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
- 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
- Bad Acting
- Them are Stumbling Words
Tag Archives: Persuasion
As some of you know, this year is the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s much-too-early death, and many of the faithful are noting events leading up to the end as they pass on the calendar. Yesterday (May 24th), for example, … 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
I could apologize (again) for going so long between posts, but instead I’ll simply thank you for sticking with me through thick and thin. And I trust you will be glad to know I’ve been hard at work finishing my current … Continue reading
Where has the time gone? That’s what I ask myself when I’ve been writing. I kind of get lost in the work, and the next thing I know, three hours have passed, often with less to show for it than I had … Continue reading
My Regency-style dress is finished and I have purchased my plane ticket. Tomorrow, I’ll be flying to Minneapolis to attend my first Jane Austen convention! It’s bigger than national; this one’s INTERnational. It’s the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Jane Austen Society of … Continue reading
I apologize for being so late with this post. In saying this, I presuppose that you’ve grown accustomed to receiving from me something fascinating to read approximately once a week, and that you’ve been feeling rather faint for the lack of it these past several … Continue reading