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Death Comes to Pemberley

P.D. James wrote the novel and it was adapted for television earlier this year. The main plot is, as the title reveals, a murder. Who did it? 697 more words


It Wasn't My Cup Of Tea

*drinks obscure bioshock infusion vial*

I like to read…

…but historical novels wasn’t exactly my cup of tea. The sentences were too long-winded and the words used (as well as the combination thereof) were… 574 more words


Mr Darcy's Youtube Christmas Calendar!

I love making these trailers – it’s just a short one, but I couldn’t resist, and the snowstorm features in my book! Mr Darcy’s Christmas Calendar is now up on Amazon and available for  55 more words

He Had Me at "Stephens!"

You could say I have Thornton on the brain today. It’s a welcome relief. Ever since London, I have had a massive John Proctor problem. I was so affected by The Crucible experience that until just a couple of weeks ago, I was unable to concentrate on any works of fiction, whether audiobook or written, no matter how much I wanted to. 582 more words

Richard Armitage

blame it on Mr. Darcy

it all happened that fateful day….. when I first laid eyes on  ‘Pride & Prejudice’  all those years ago aged ten. the book was a classic and with too many words beyond my limited vocabulary of that time as a result could not make exact sense of the plot or of the book, but I am stubborn (or so my mother says) it became a challenge for me so read it another time  and then again and again and again till it became a yearly tradition which I still follow at the age of 24. 192 more words

Jane Austen

Sin Orgullo sin Prejuicios ni Puentes

Últimamente  he hecho experimentos con mi mente y me he sometido a películas románticas como The notebook, Orgullo y Prejuicio y Puentes de Madison, todo esto a modo de prueba para evaluar mi permanencia en este club que es muy exigente y continuamente somete a sus miembros a rigurosos exámenes… a veces demasiados. 513 more words


Class and Convention in Pride and Prejudice

Written in the turn of the nineteenth century, Jane Austen’s famous Pride and Prejudice, can be seen as a criticism of the social conventions, class system and idea of love typical of its period. 988 more words