Jane Austen

Review: Once Upon a Kiss (Book Club Belles Society, Book 1) by Jayne Fresina

Review: Once Upon a Kiss (Book Club Belles Society, Book 1) by Jayne Fresinaby Keira G

Hero: Darius Wainright doesn’t know it, but the ladies of the local book society of Hawcombe Prior have labeled him a real-life Mr. Darcy. He doesn’t have plans for matrimony, he just wants to sort his uncle’s things, sell the house, and leave for society as quickly as possible, but all that changes when he […]

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The 5 Best…Things I Learned While Writing My Latest Novel

The 5 Best…Things I Learned While Writing My Latest Novelby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Karen Cox, author of At the Edge of the Sea I have a ‘column’ of sorts on my author blog entitled ‘The 5 Best…’ It’s basically the closest thing to a formalized, regular blog feature I can muster (the next most formal category being Random Book Reviews—the title says it all!) In […]

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Excerpt: Finding Colin Firth by Mia March

Excerpt: Finding Colin Firth by Mia Marchby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Mia March, author of Finding Colin Firth Book Blurb: After losing her job and leaving her beloved husband, journalist Gemma Hendricks is sure that scoring an interview with Colin Firth will save her career and marriage. Yet a heart-tugging local story about women, family ties, love, and loss captures her heart— and […]

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Getting in the Mood: Put Your Inner Martha Stewart to Work

Getting in the Mood: Put Your Inner Martha Stewart to Workby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Lissa Trevor, author of Spank Me, Mr. Darcy Writers are a creative bunch. But sometimes we need to jump start the creativity a bit.  We need to flip a switch from our left brain to our right brain, so we can stop analyzing the sentences we’ve just wrote and start synthesizing them […]

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Review: The Importance of Being Emma by Juliet Archer

Review: The Importance of Being Emma by Juliet Archerby Carla F.

Reviewed by Carla F. Our heroine: Emma Woodhouse is the new Marketing Director at Highbury Foods. She is embarrassed to remember the teenage crush she had on older family friend, now brother-in-law, Mark Knightley. Her father who is the head and owner of Highbury Foods wants Mark to be her mentor. Just what she doesn’t […]

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A Husband and Wife Collaboration

A Husband and Wife Collaborationby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Sally O’Roake, author of Yours Affectionately, Jane Austen In spite of the fact that my name alone appears on the cover, The Man Who Loved Jane Austen was, in truth, very much a collaboration with my late husband F. Michael O’Rourke. Kelly, my step-daughter called us an awesome team and we were, […]

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Review: Mr. Darcy Forever by Victoria Connelly

Review: Mr. Darcy Forever by Victoria Connellyby Lynn Reynolds

This is book 3 of the “Austen Addicts” trilogy. Review by Lynn Reynolds If you have been following Victoria’s trilogy, you will want to make sure to read Mr. Darcy Forever. She starts her book off with Sarah Castle blindfolding her sister, Mia, so that she doesn’t see her surprise. They are celebrating Mia’s twenty-first […]

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Jane Austen and Sisters

Jane Austen and Sistersby Guest Blogger

Guest Post by Victoria Connelly, author of Mr. Darcy Forever Whilst writing my Austen Addicts Trilogy, I read many of the letters that Jane Austen wrote to her sister Cassandra. They were in constant touch with each other when either of them was away from home and I can just imagine them texting and emailing […]

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