Yesterday I went to the dentist, which was pretty exciting when you consider it’s the only planned outing I’ve had during the entire month of August. With the exception of a couple of visits with my son and grand-dog, weekly … Continue reading
In the middle of a global pandemic, a roller-coaster economy, and the brouhaha of an election year in the U.S., I decided to move house. I’m not alone in this; some of my author friends are doing the same, so … Continue reading
One of the reasons I love Pride and Prejudice so much is because of the character of Elizabeth Bennet. Even though I’m more of a Mary Bennet in real life, Elizabeth is the woman I always wanted to be. She’s … Continue reading
We’re living in a strange new world lately—a world of rules that govern where we go, who we see, and how much we buy at the grocery store. As if those new rules weren’t enough, I’ve begun to notice Internet … Continue reading
For generations, Jane Austen’s devoted fans have loved and cherished her six major novels: Pride and Prejudice, Emma, Sense and Sensibility, Persuasion, Northanger Abbey, and Mansfield Park. But today the Jane Austen novel that’s getting the most attention is a … Continue reading
There are so many wonderful Jane Austen related events and films to look forward to in 2020!
Today on Austen Authors I published a list of all the events I know about so far.
Click here or on the image below to read the full list on the Austen Authors blog:
During the long winter months I keep my house closed up to ward off the cold; but once the days get longer and the temps get warmer, I open up the house and begin my annual spring cleaning ritual. I … Continue reading
When I first began reading Jane Austen’s and Georgette Heyer’s novels, the pianoforte seemed to be the musical instrument of choice for every Regency era heroine. Jane Austen often equated a woman’s ability on the pianoforte to her overall value … Continue reading