My ancestor had an adventure, and it’s on Geri Walton’s blog!

By Suzan Lauder I love to poke around the blog of historian, blogger, and author Geri Walton. It’s one of those research rabbit holes where you can disappear for hours on end. The blog boasts well-referenced articles on everything imaginable … Read More

Behind the desk of an Austenesque Editor

Christina Boyd Visits Just Jane 1813 – An Interview & a Giveaway Reposted from JustJane1813.com hosted by Claudine Today I look forward to sharing with my Just Jane 1813 readers a visit with Christina Boyd, an Austenesque editor that I have … Read More

A Study in Charlotte

One of the things I love about Austen lit, is her wide array of characters. These characters are so fully developed that they jump off the page, and to many of us, have become almost as real people. It’s easy … Read More

Two Road Trips for Then Comes Winter (and one for the redhead)

Blog tours are de rigeur for book releases these days. “Flat Stanley” circular tours in three countries–not so common! But Then Comes Winter, the newest offering from Meryton Press, is an unusual book with an unusual team! Holiday romance anthologies … Read More

The Perils of Sensibility

Fifth in the series We Want More Austen! about the less-known works of Jane Austen. Jane Austen’s earliest passion was for satire. By the age of eleven she was already fixing the absurd conventions of sentimental novels with her critical … Read More

Run Mad as Often as You Choose!

Fourth in the series We Want More Austen! about the less-known works of Jane Austen. Jane Austen was annoyingly precocious. By the age of eleven she was penning comic stories for family members, and by age fourteen she was writing … Read More

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