Category Archives: Must Read for Jane Austen Fans!

Reading, Writing and Arithmetic Part 1

Reading, writing and arithmetic, still plaguing me after all these years. It is not the conventional abc’s, 2+2=4 or handwriting that I refer to. No, it is finding enough time to work in all these important tasks into a 24 hour … Continue reading

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Austen Authors 1st Anniversary!

Happy Anniversary to a group of people I hope I will be associated with someday soon!  This group of authors have all done something that I am striving to do, get published. This blog/web site is a truly delightful gift … Continue reading

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Book Review on Jennifer Becton’s, “Charlotte Collins”

Book Review: “Charlotte Collins” written by Jennifer Becton To purchase book from Amazon go here: http://tiny.cc/3frxz        Although I am a novice to writing and blogging, I have been a long time reader of all things Austen. Therefore, when I read … Continue reading

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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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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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