#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

Mary Crawford. The Original Cosmo Girl?

Mary Crawford…a cosmo girl? That complex, charming, antagonist from Mansfield Park? Sure. And why not? To me, her tractable morals make a far more congenial drinking buddy, I mean, compelling literary character than the novel’s heroine, Fanny Price. Over the holiday break, … Read More

Austen + The Onion round-up and wrap-up

This meme has been really fun, and it has certainly brought me attention! I have new projects to focus on, but I thought one masterpost for Austen + The Onion would be helpful. Without further ado! The posts, and a few of … Read More

Great Sisters in Literature

The first Sunday in August is Sisters Day, an international day to appreciate sisters, obviously! Jane Austen certainly appreciated sisters, from her beloved Cassandra in real life, to the many different sister characters she wrote. She gave us the Bennet and … Read More

We Want More Austen! No. 2: The Watsons

The one awful thing about being a Jane Austen fan is that she only published six novels. But don’t despair, there is more Austen to love—and not just in the stories written by others! This is the second post in … Read More

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