Monthly Archives: March 2011

Reading “Murder at Mansfield Park” by Lynn Shepherd

Come join us at a new book club for Janeites! We are presently reading a new twist on Jane Austen’s original Mansfield Park. Character’s backgrounds, personalities and circumstances are cleverly changed and adapted to give us a whole new life as … Continue reading

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Can you help locate this picture? (via austenonly)

Austen Family? My dear friend, Jane Odiwe of Jane Austen Sequels fame, is asking for our help in trying to locate a picture which may have intriguing Austen family associations. She has recently been publishing some very interesting posts on … Continue reading

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The Jane Austen Twitter Project!

If it is Tuesday, you can find many Janeites tweeting today. Tuesdays are voted favorite day of the week for me and my tweeps. We are all working on a collaborative project that Adam Spunberg and Lynn Shepherd so cleverly put … Continue reading

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Posting comments that is the easy part of blogging…

Just when I think I have become computer savvy enough to make my own blog, I find  out that some aspects of creating a site/blog are not as easy as I think they should be. What widgets? When I was in … Continue reading

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In Celebration of Dr. Suess: Read to Your Kids!

In Celebration of Dr. Suess: Read to Your Kids!.  My kids are 9 years old and we have changed reading time to listening to audio books on our way to school, practice, ballet or a trip to the grocery store.  … Continue reading

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