Sneak Peek of Garden Like Austen

Linda Beutler, author of austenesque fiction and gardening non-fiction, will be presenting Garden Like Austen on Thursday February 8th at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show in Seattle, WA at 5:30 in the afternoon. She has provided us with a … Read More

In High Spirits for a Ball: #JaneWithATwist

We are perfectly ready, we assure you, to keep our promise to give another delicious round of #JaneWithATwist. It would be the most shameful thing in the world if we did not! You are cordially invited to celebrate the Netherfield Ball with the authors of Meryton … Read More

“Party Central” in the Regency

Balls, routs, mornings that started at 11 and ended at 4, and a requirement to be seen—no, recognized—no, ADMIRED through every waking minute of it. Daunting but exciting at once for a young woman coming into society. (Note that “debutante” … Read More

On the Trail with Darcy and Lizzy: Harpers Ferry

In honor of National Trails Day, I’m posting the final entry in “On the Trail with Darcy and Lizzy.” I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing the views and sights along the trip taken by Darcy and Elizabeth in Boots & Backpacks. … Read More

Grandma Gatewood: AT history maker, abuse survivor, excellent walker

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There have been many inspirational stories about Appalachian Trail hikers, but in honor of Women’s History Month, I want to highlight Emma Gatewood. Born in 1887 to a Civil War vet Ohio farmer, she was one of 15 children. She … Read More

October milestones for the Appalachian Trail

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Way back when I had the idea to set a modern Pride and Prejudice story on the Appalachian Trail, I didn’t know how much the setting would shape the story and the characters. But that’s what the Appalachian Trail does: … Read More