Author Archives: Riana Everly

Masquerade – A Short Story

Masquerade – A Short Story

Sometimes plot bunnies hop out of the strangest places. It’s a busy time of year for everyone, and no matter that I try my best to stay isolated due to some health issues, I have more than a few errands that need running. I glanced at myself the other day – tweed fedora with fleecy… Read the full blog post …

A Matter of Time

A Matter of Time

Recently I have been thinking about time. It is one of those things we all rather take for granted. Oh, we complain about the shift to daylight savings or summer time, and we are all lost in this sort-of Covid-induced timeless muddle, but the concept of time and what time it is does not really… Read the full blog post …

Taketh Me Out to the Ball Game

Taketh Me Out to the Ball Game

Ah, Baseball! Some things seem to be eternal. Even during these strange COVID times, the World Series is underway. Baseball will not take second place to a mere pandemic! But this most typical of American sports has a history that starts far from America’s shores.   Most Janeites know that one of the first mentions… Read the full blog post …

Announcing the Winners of Riana Everly’s “The Unfaithful Reader” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Riana Everly’s “The Unfaithful Reader” Giveaway

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Riana Everly‘s “The Unfaithful Reader” Giveaway. J. W. Garrett and Luisa1111 will each receive an eBook copy of Ms. Everly‘s Death of a Clergyman. Congratulations, Ladies. Ms. Everly will contact the winners personally to deliver the prize. [According to stated giveaway rules on Austen Authors, all prizes must… Read the full blog post …

The Unfaithful Reader…

The Unfaithful Reader…

I am delighted to be making this, my debut post, on Austen Authors. I’m honoured to be part of this esteemed group of authors, and I could not imagine better company. I’ll say just a little bit about myself, and I’m sure you’ll all get to know me better over time. I love chatting with… Read the full blog post …