Author Archives: Bronwen Chisholm

I love Virginia!

I love Virginia!

If you’ve read my bio, you know that I was born and raised in Pennsylvania, a beautiful state in my opinion. I moved from its rolling green hills to eastern North Carolina for a year and a half and was in serious culture shock when everything was flat and brown for at least 10 months… Read the full blog post …

Missing Blog Tour Post

Missing Blog Tour Post

Hello! If any of you were following my blog tour for As a Proper Lady Would, you might have noticed one was skipped. Unfortunately, one of the bloggers had several personal things come up so I told her not to worry about the blog as I would use it here today. So, here it is: We… Read the full blog post …

Announcing the Winner of Bronwen Chisholm’s “Book Release and Blog Tour” Giveaway

Announcing the Winner of Bronwen Chisholm’s “Book Release and Blog Tour” Giveaway

Austen Authors is honored to announce the winner of Bronwen Chisholm‘s “Book Release and Blog Tour” Giveaway. Ginna will receive an eBook copy of Ms. Chisholm‘s As a Proper Lady Would. Congratulations, Ginna. Please contact Regina Jeffers, Giveaway Coordinator, at reginalm@rjeffers.com to claim your prize. [According to stated giveaway rules on Austen Authors, all prizes… Read the full blog post …

Finally! Cover Reveal

Finally! Cover Reveal

Whew! What a summer! As you know from my last couple blogs, creating the cover for my upcoming novel has been a bit challenging. I believe I wrote about covers in the past, but normally while I am writing a new story, a scene jumps out at me and I know that is the cover.… Read the full blog post …

Time Flies

Time Flies

This summer is passing entirely too fast. I believe I have mentioned it before, but my daughter graduated this year and will be headed to college in three weeks. Needless to say, we are attempting to cram as much as possible into that time while still working, running a non-profit organization, prepping a book for… Read the full blog post …

Best Laid Plans . . .

Best Laid Plans . . .

We all know the saying “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” (Or as the Scot in me would say, “The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men gang aft a-gley.” – Robert Burns, “To a Mouse”). Well, perhaps in my case it would be “the best intentioned plans . .… Read the full blog post …

I Did It!

I Did It!

I suppose I should be telling you about my next book, but there are several things up in the air at the moment (most importantly the cover and the release date), so instead, I’m going to talk about my birthday present. Anyone who follows me on Facebook already knows about this, but I’m still tickled and… Read the full blog post …

Just for Jun!

Just for Jun!

I cannot remember the collection, but I remember reading a short story once where all the Pride and Prejudice characters were in a green room of sorts waiting for their call to enter a new story. It was funny because they physically changed based on how the new author described them. (Poor Mr. Collins seemed… Read the full blog post …

A Change of Scenery

A Change of Scenery

My husband and I are about to become empty nesters. Our youngest is chomping at the bit for her senior year to end so she can move on with her life and begin studying what she wants to learn instead of what the school tells her she must know. Our lives are about to change… Read the full blog post …

Here We Go Again!

Here We Go Again!

Does anyone else feel like they have been repeating themselves a lot in the past year? Not like Groundhog’s Day or anything supernatural, but more of a “Didn’t I just say/do this?” Last month my topic was Never Say Never and I am already having to pull my foot out of my mouth. As many… Read the full blog post …

Never Say Never

Never Say Never

There are a few sayings that my family anticipates from me, and I probably heard them from my mother. First is “If something happens three times, pay attention. God is trying to tell you something.” The other is “Never say never” or, as it is said in the Mists of Avalon, “Never name the well… Read the full blog post …