Tag Archives: The Darcys of Pemberley

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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My Studio: One Messy Little Secret

When I started writing ten years ago, I didn’t understand that by doing so I would be giving up some of my personal privacy. It’s not that I’ve become so famous that I can’t leave my house without being stalked by paparazzi … Continue reading

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The Author’s Autograph

During her lifetime, Jane Austen attempted to hide her identity as the author of Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, etc., writing anonymously as “A Lady.” Her reasons? She reportedly shuddered at the idea of notoriety, plus writing novels for pay wasn’t considered entirely … Continue reading

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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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A Pleasure Shared

Fanfare please! I have an exciting announcement: The Darcys of Pemberley and Mr. Collins’s Last Supper are now available in AUDIO!  (Return to Longbourn will be coming next month.) If you have an account at Audible.com, or decide to open one, I hope you’ll do … Continue reading

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Much Left to the Imagination – part 2

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

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Books Read Aloud

First, for those of you who missed it earlier this week, you can read my newest blog tour post here, complete with a never-before-seen excerpted passage from Return to Longbourn. It’s high time you met Mr. Harrison Farnsworth, master of Thornefie… … Continue reading

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Bits and Scraps

Dear Readers, I must do my best to apprise you about all that has been going forward in the last week or two since the publication of the new book. My dear Cassandra… I will give you some account of … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing Blog Hop

I’m taking part (in a limited way) in the Next Big Thing “Blog Hop” It’s an exponentially increasing blog hop, or a sort of progressive dinner, where readers can sample a little of this author and that, hopefully thereby discovering … Continue reading

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House and Garden

If you have been following me closely, you know that I  recently finished writing the next installment of my P&P series, picking up the story again five years after the close of The Darcys of Pemberley. Whilst the manuscript for Return to Longbourn is … Continue reading

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