Sneak Peek to a Work in Progress by Linda Beutler

Work in Progress: Not a Moment’s Peace, Pride and Prejudice in the Style of P.G. Wodehouse by Linda Beutler Once upon a time, during a pleasant evening in the chat room at the Meryton Literary Society, the regular gentleman member … Read More

#DreamcastingHeroes Winners

After twelve days of DreamcastingHeroes, we have winners of our giveaways. Roxana Hidalgo in Spain will receive the paperback of “Then Comes Winter” and Angela Dale in the UK won the Amazon gift card and e-book! Congratulations. And thanks to … Read More

Sibling Rivalry

Eighth in the series We Want More Austen! about the less-known works of Jane Austen. How to draw a character in four sentences: At the start of Jane Austen’s youthful fragment “The Three Sisters,” Miss Mary Stanhope writes to a … Read More

Of Heedless and Susceptible Young Men

Seventh in the series We Want More Austen! about the less-known works of Jane Austen. During this season of family gatherings, I find myself looking at Jane Austen’s childhood writings in the context of her family life. Many of her … Read More

An Austenesque Lovers Reader Problems

From time to time, being a lover of all things Jane Austen can cause some minor difficulties in my life. Let explain what I mean. I’ve listed a few as examples. Problem #1 The Lone Austen lover for miles around. … Read More

Man Traps and Murder

Sixth in the series We Want More Austen! about the less-known works of Jane Austen. Man traps? Murder? Doesn’t sound much like Jane Austen. I could just as easily have used the title “Dicing and Drunkenness,” and you wouldn’t have … Read More

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