Interview with Jenetta James: Just Write It

Jenetta James stands out by her deceptively simple writing style that pulls you in like you are reading a memoir. I’m always curious to explore what’s behind a writer’s craft, and each writer tackles it differently. She allowed me to … Read More

Interview with Linda Beutler: Come Join the Snark Side

Linda Beutler recently let me interview her and discuss one of the many characteristics of her writing, her sense of humor. Anyone who has read her books knows it’s a necessary ingredient in her writing. Like Elizabeth Bennet, I dearly … Read More

Jane Austen’s Grandbabies #JaneAusten200

Today is the anniversary of Jane Austen’s death. People around the globe are remembering and celebrating with events all week long with get togethers, statue unveiling, dressing up, discussing her work and life, even traveling to England. You don’t hear … Read More

“Then Comes Winter” Giveaway & Dreamcasting the Short Story Heroes

In celebration of the winter short story anthology “Then Comes Winter” one year publishing anniversary, enter to win the world wide paperback giveaway at Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/212726-then-comes-winter and the Rafflecopter Giveaway  http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/fe4b73488 for an Amazon Gift Card and ebook copy. Already read and enjoyed … Read More

Catharine; or, The Bower

Last in the series We Want More Austen! about the less-known works of Jane Austen. And so we come to the end of our expedition through Jane Austen’s minor, unfinished, and juvenile fictions. (I have left out a couple of … 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

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