Author Archives: Elaine Jeremiah

Women’s rights in the nineteenth century

Women’s rights in the nineteenth century

If you’re anything like me, you love reading Jane Austen’s novels and find the stories of her heroines, like Elizabeth Bennet, sticking up for themselves and what they believe in highly appealing. But in creating female characters like this, Austen was actually highlighting the reality that in her era women had very few rights. Well… more goodness …

Announcing the Winners of Elaine Jeremiah’s “Celebrating the Upcoming Release of ‘Elizabeth and Darcy: Beginning Again'” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Elaine Jeremiah’s “Celebrating the Upcoming Release of ‘Elizabeth and Darcy: Beginning Again'” Giveaway

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Elaine Jeremiah‘s “Celebrating the Upcoming Release of ‘Elizabeth and Darcy: Beginning Again” Giveaway. Jen D, Ginna, Sheilalmajczan and Linny B will each receive an eBook copy of Ms. Jeremiah‘s Elizabeth and Darcy: Beginning Again. Congratulations, Ladies. Please contact Regina Jeffers, Giveaway Coordinator, at reginalm@rjeffers.com to claim… more goodness …

Celebrating the upcoming release of ‘Elizabeth and Darcy: Beginning Again’ and a giveaway

Celebrating the upcoming release of ‘Elizabeth and Darcy: Beginning Again’ and a giveaway

I’m so excited to share with you another excerpt from my forthcoming novel Elizabeth and Darcy: Beginning Again. I will be publishing it next Tuesday 2nd February! I’m so excited to share it with the world. To celebrate the release I’m doing a giveaway. More information is below. However, you can also pre-order it from… more goodness …

Keep calm and read Jane Austen

Keep calm and read Jane Austen

As I write this, the UK has been plunged into a second lockdown because of Covid-19. By the time you read this post, we will hopefully have come out of it and be beginning to resume going out more, seeing more people and generally getting back to some kind of normality. This year has been… more goodness …

Some thoughts on ‘Persuasion’

Some thoughts on ‘Persuasion’

For my fortieth birthday this year, I asked my parents to get me a beautifully bound collection of the complete works of Jane Austen. I’ve gradually been reading my way through it, interspersed with reading other books. I recently reread Persuasion, which was a delight as reading Jane Austen always is for me. So I… more goodness …