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Latest Release “Daring Lords and Ladies” Available Now for $0.99 + a Giveaway

My latest venture is a new anthology entitled Daring Lords and Ladies, which features SEVEN full-length novels for only $0.99. That is 1428 pages of reading. The anthology features… LOST WITH A LORD by Emily Murdoch A man in search … Continue reading

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“A Taste of Peanut Butter,” Jennifer Redlarczyk’s Latest JAFF Release + a Giveaway

I read this story on Sunday evening. I must say JAFF (Jane Austen Fan Fiction) Readers will adore the HEA (happily ever after) for ODC (our dear couple). Welcome, Jen.    A Taste of Peanut Butter Welcome to A Taste … Continue reading

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Zombies: Monsters of the People and of Politics

Have we not all at one time or another felt like a zombie? We work ourselves into a mindless blob of humanity. This month I have had several articles on vampires for I rereleased my Pride and Prejudice paranormal vagary, Vampire … Continue reading

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Jane Austen and the Rise of the Novel, a Guest Post from Victoria Kincaid

Here is another guest post from one of my fellow Austen Authors. Victoria Kincaid takes us on the search for the “novel.”   I remember the moment in college when I realized that the novel was a relatively recent writing form. … Continue reading

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A Bit About Horses, Guest Blog from Jude Knight + Release of “A Raging Madness” + a Giveaway

Today, I welcome my internet friend, Jude Knight, with a bit about her research on horses and the latest release in The Golden Redepennings series, plus a GIVEAWAY.  My qualifications for writing about horses are ten years as a Riding … Continue reading

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What Is Not in Jane Austen’s Tales, a Guest Post from Jennifer Petkus

What’s Not in Jane Austen Jennifer Petkus shared this post with us on Austen Authors in March 2015. I thought it might interest others and have chosen to resurrect it here. It can be hard to find the duel in … Continue reading

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“Slow Dance for Darcy, or Slow Awakening?” a Guest Post from Collins Hemingway

Collins Hemingway shared this post on Austen Authors in early December 2016, but I thought some of you might enjoy the opportunity to add your “two cents” to the conversation. What exactly is “mate value” and “slow love”?  John Tierney, … Continue reading

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The Ladies of Llangollen, a Romantic Friendship, from Guest Author Sue Wilkes

The post originally appeared upon Austen Authors. I know you find it an exceptionally well researched and compelling tale.  It’s clear from Jane Austen’s novels and letters that female friendships played a very important role in her life. In Northanger … Continue reading

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Introducing Georgina Young-Ellis, Fellow Austen Author

My Journey to JAFF By Georgina Young-Ellis We all have our own moment, the one in which we said to ourselves, “I’m hooked.” Like many other Jane Austen fans, I can safely say it was the moment I read the … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Sale! Austen-Inspired Titles Up First!

Starting today, some 26 of my titles will go on sale for my Twelve (+5) Days of Christmas Sale! Today, I highlight TWELVE of my Austen-inspired titles which will be featured in the eBook sale. The sale runs from December 21 … Continue reading

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