Category Archives: Jane Austen

A new Pride and Prejudice comedy short story!

A new Pride and Prejudice comedy short story!

Surprise!  I have a new Pride and Prejudice novella out called “Unconventional: an Austentatious comedy that defies expectations”. You can get a copy of it for just 99c here. This story is dedicated to all my fellow Austen-inspired authors, who every day are breaking conventions to write new and exciting stories about our beloved characters.… more goodness …

Announcing the Winners of Regina Jeffers’s “Cozying Up to an Austen Mystery” Giveaway

Announcing the Winners of Regina Jeffers’s “Cozying Up to an Austen Mystery” Giveaway

Austen Authors is pleased to announce the winners of Regina Jeffers‘s “Cozying Up to an Austen Mystery” Giveaway. Amy Zelenka, SamH, Eva Edmonds, and DarcyBennett will each receive an eBook copy of Ms. Jeffers‘s The Phantom of Pemberley. Congratulations. Please contact Regina Jeffers, Giveaway Coordinator, at reginalm@rjeffers.com to claim your prize. [According to stated giveaway rules… more goodness …

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 …

Between The Sheets

Between The Sheets

Today I’d like to talk about a subject that has drawn a lot of attention recently among fans of regency romances:   The first time I heard about the new Netflix series Bridgerton was when I saw fellow regency fans online talking about the “mature” scenes in it. Judging by the buzz created, there must be… more goodness …

Cozing Up to an Austen-Inspired Mystery with the ReRelease “The Phantom of Pemberley” + a Giveaway

Cozing Up to an Austen-Inspired Mystery with the ReRelease “The Phantom of Pemberley” + a Giveaway

The Phantom of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Mystery was my sixth Jane Austen book. It was originally released in 2010 by Ulysses Press. As Ulysses no longer publishes fiction stories, I had my rights to the book returned to me. I am re-releasing it to a new audience of Austen fans with a new… more goodness …

Character Interview with Mrs. Meyerson~ a look into a Jewish Austen Fan Fiction novel

Character Interview with Mrs. Meyerson~ a look into a Jewish Austen Fan Fiction novel

I have been running a series of author interviews on my Jewish historical fiction blog and often pose a particular question to my guests. Are you a panster or a plotter? I am most definitely a plotter, needing an outline and a spreadsheet with dates, names and personality traits. That being said, there comes a… 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 …

“Life is a Pleasant Rite”

“Life is a Pleasant Rite”

Dear all, I hope you are all well and keeping safe. Today’s post is going to be quite different from my usual posts. Last week, my husband contracted Covid-19, and a few days later, I too began to show signs of having caught the virus. As I am sure you can imagine, the last few… more goodness …