Author Archives: Corrie Garrett

Announcing the Winners of Corrie Garrett’s “From Highbury with Love” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Corrie Garrett’s “From Highbury with Love” Giveaway

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Corrie Garrett‘s “From Highbury with Love” Giveaway. Rocio Chua, Lisa, and DeeDee Wakabayashi will each receive an eBook copy of Ms. Garrett‘s From Highbury with Love. Congratulations. Please contact Regina Jeffers, Giveaway Coordinator, at reginalm@rjeffers.com to claim your prize. [According to stated giveaway rules on Austen… more goodness …

Pall Mall in the Regency: A Street and a Game

Pall Mall in the Regency: A Street and a Game

Pall Mall, the Street If you’re like me, you’ve probably seen references to Pall Mall in regency romances and you may even know that it is a street in the St.James region of London, near Westminster, and that it was known for being a haunt of gentlemen. White’s Club could be found in St.James, for… more goodness …

Cover Reveal for FROM HIGHBURY WITH LOVE

Cover Reveal for FROM HIGHBURY WITH LOVE

Thank you for the encouragement and feedback I got a few months ago on my Emma/Pride and Prejudice crossover! That project is nearing completion–after being sidelined for a while–and I am excited to get it ready for publication. It will be called From Highbury with Love and will be available on Amazon on April 21.… more goodness …

Announcing the Winners of Corrie Garrett’s “Negus and Eggnog and Wassail, Oh My!” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Corrie Garrett’s “Negus and Eggnog and Wassail, Oh My!” Giveaway

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Corrie Garrett‘s “Negus and Eggnog and Wassail, Oh My!” Giveaway. Leinberts, Linda A., and cindiesynder will each receive an eBook copy of Ms. Garrett‘s One Winter’s Ball. Congratulations, Ladies. The winners have been previously contacted and the prizes delivered.  more goodness …

Happy Thanksgiving from this Austen Author!

Happy Thanksgiving from this Austen Author!

Hello all! For those of you celebrating it, Happy Thanksgiving! For international friends, or for those in the US who aren’t celebrating for any variety of reasons, I wish you all the best. For many of us, it is a smaller celebration than normal, and for all of us, we’re coming to the end of… more goodness …

Methodist Church in the Regency: One Facet of a Changing Society

Methodist Church in the Regency: One Facet of a Changing Society

Happy October everyone! There’s a lot going on this month; it’s National Book Month, for my family, it’s nearly Halloween (I shall have a flying squirrel, a panda, and a pirate), and in at least one of my friend groups, it’s nearly Reformation Day (Martin Luther, 95 theses, October 31). And since I feel like… more goodness …

My House is Me and I Am It

My House is Me and I Am It

My kids have a great picture book called, “The Big Orange Splot” that I took this title from because it fits so well the intimacy that homes and houses represent in Jane Austen’s books. There’s Lizzy running into Darcy at Pemberley, arguably the best scene in any of the movies! Mr. Knightley walking into Emma’s house… more goodness …

The Royal Academy of Arts and a Beau for Georgiana

The Royal Academy of Arts and a Beau for Georgiana

From your Regency readings, you may be familiar with Somerset House and the Summer Exhibition, a lavish and popular yearly art show. A catalog (and therefore entry) could be had for a shilling, and everyone who’s anyone in London would have gone to see the exhibition at some point! While I haven’t used it as… more goodness …

Pride and Pantiles: A Jaunt to Tunbridge Wells

Pride and Pantiles: A Jaunt to Tunbridge Wells

Hello everyone! This is my debut post with Austen Authors, and I am so excited to dive into such a lovely community! So, one of my favorite things about writing JAFF is researching new places for my characters to visit (new to me, that is.) I have only been to the UK once, when I… more goodness …