The Resurgence of Austen Authors

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Tomorrow a group blog of which I was a member from September 2010 to January 2014 will relaunch with a whole new group of Austen-inspired authors. Sharon Lathan and I will act as administrators for Austen Authors, which will rise from the ashes as did the fabled Phoenix.

This weekend, one can find the “Launch” giveaway details, as well as the winners from our pre-Launch activities. The real, “get-down-to-business” posts begin on Monday, January 26. So, if you are a reader who needs more Austen in your life, please check us out.

Among our happy crew, we have those who write sequels, retellings, variations, and contemporary stories. Some set their stories in Regency England, while others explore the same concepts, but in a modern world. There are those who write women’s fiction and those who write for young adults. Most also pen stories beyond the Austen realm, but they return often to the “love” they have for Jane Austen. There is something for every reader. (Click on the links below to discover more about each of our authors.) Authors participating is the group blog are…

Regina Jeffers Darcy’s Passions, Darcy’s Temptation, Captain Wentworth’s Persuasion, The Phantom of Pemberley, Vampire Darcy’s Desire, Christmas at Pemberley, The Disappearance of Georgiana Darcy, The Mysterious Death of Mr. Darcy, Honor and Hope: A Contemporary Romantica Based on Pride and Prejudice (coming soon: The Prosecution of Mr. Darcy’s Cousin and Mr. Darcy’s Fault)

Sharon LathanIn the Arms of Mr. Darcy, My Dearest Mr. Darcy, A Darcy Christmas, Darcy and Elizabeth: A Season of Courtship, Mr. and Mrs. Fitzwilliam Darcy: Two Shall Become One, Miss Darcy Falls in Love, The Passions of Dr. Darcy, Loving Mr. Darcy, The Trouble with Mr. Darcy

Alexa AdamsHolidays at Pemberley; First Impressions; The Madness of Mr. Darcy; And Who Can Be in Doubt of What Followed?; Becoming Mrs. Norris; Jane and Bingley; Emma and Elton; Second Glances

Elizabeth AdamsThe Houseguest 

P. O. DixonLove Will Grow; Still a Young Man: Darcy is in Love; Pride and Sensuality; The Mission: He Taught Me to Hope; A Lasting Love Affair: Darcy and Elizabeth; Expecting His Proposal; What He Would Not Do: Mr. Darcy’s Tale Continues; Only a Heartbeat Away; ‘Tis the Season for Matchmaking; To Have His Cake and Eat it Too: Mr. Darcy’s Tale; Hope and Sensibility; Bewitched Body and Soul: Miss Elizabeth Bennet; A Tender Moment; Matter of Trust: The Shades of Pemberley; Lady Harriette: Fitzwilliam’s Heart and Soul; Miss Mary King: Almost Persuaded; He Taught Me to Hope

Anna Elliott – Georgiana Darcy’s Diary; Pemberley to Waterloo; Kitty Bennet’s Diary; Margaret Dashwood’s Diary

Jeanna EllsworthPride and Persistence; Mr. Darcy’s Promise; To Refine Like Silver 

Rose FairbanksThe Gentleman’s Impertinent Daughter; Letters from the Heart

Cecilia Gray Fall for You; So Into You; When I’m With You; Suddenly You; Only With You (coming soon Always You)

Jenni JamesNorthanger Alibi; Mansfield Ranch; Emmalee; Pride and Popularity; Persuaded 

Rebecca H. JamisonPersuasion: A Latter-Day Tale; Emma: A Latter-Day Tale; Sense and Sensibility: A Latter-Day Tale

Diana J. Oaks One Thread Pulled: The Dance with Mr. Darcy

Jennifer Petkus Jane, Actually: Or Jane Austen’s Book Tour; My Particular Friend: A Charlotte House Affair

Katherine ReayLizzie and Jane; Dear Mr. Knightley

Barbara SilkstoneMister Darcy’s Dogs;  Mister Darcy’s Christmas; Mister Darcy’s Secret 

Joana StarnesThe Falmouth Connection; The Second Chance; From This Day Forward; The Subsequent Proposal

Brenda J. Webb – Fitzwilliam Darcy: An Honorable Man; Mr. Darcy’s Forbidden Love; Darcy and Elizabeth: A Most Unlikely Couple 

Elizabeth Ann WestBy Consequence of Marriage; A Summer of Shame; A Spring Sentiment; A Winter Wrong; The Trouble with Horses

 

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About reginajeffers

Regina Jeffers is the award-winning author of Austenesque, Regency and contemporary novels.
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15 Responses to The Resurgence of Austen Authors

  1. SO SO SO excited!! One more day! Thanks for taking this journey with me, Regina. Your friendship means the world to me 🙂

  2. lucciagray says:

    Great idea! I’ll be checking out blog and mentioned authors.

  3. Lou says:

    Bring it on all you wonderful Austen writers! Can never get enough…and would love to name specific authors names…but want all of this group to know how much this reader is looking forward to this Phoenix rising!

  4. Anji says:

    Looking forward to it. Some of you are known to me already but some of you aren’t. Looking forward to getting to know some new (to me) authors.

  5. This certainly seems to be a female dominated thing, are there no male writers who use Miss Austens works as a starting point to a career in writing?

  6. Sophia Rose says:

    Ah, good for you gals! I look forward to see your group back and posting together. Congrats!

    • It is not the same group, Sophia. Just Sharon and I from the original AuAu bunch, but we have 17 more Austen-inspired authors, some you may know and some you have yet to meet.

  7. Reblogged this on Jessica Jefferson, Romance Author and commented:
    This is great!

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