A teatro. Sul palco c’è la famiglia riunita nel salotto buono ed entra il servitore con una missiva che consegna su un piattino d’argento alla signora. 2,513 more words
I can practically hear Lizzy Bennet — in her sweet little British accent: “I coulda had class. I coulda been
a contender mistress of Pemberley. I coulda been somebody, instead of a bum. 1,433 more words
So everything we knew (or thought we knew) … yeah, not so much. Darcy rides in with his disastrous proposal and pretty-dang-impressive letter to clear up a few faulty assumptions — making life SUPER uncomfortable for Lizzie, and SUPER interesting for us. 1,377 more words
Let’s get ready to RUUUUUMMMMBBBBBLLLLEEEE!
Lady Catherine is on the hunt for a husband (for her daughter … though the way she’s behaving, you might wonder), and our dear Lizzy finds herself squarely in the old snoot’s crosshairs. 1,383 more words
Well, November just flew by between editing Letters from the Heart and participating in National Novel Writing Month, throw in some car repairs, kids checks ups, allergic reaction/skin infection, surprise moving and I think I could sleep for the next month straight! 1,194 more words
‘It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a woman’. Opening lines of Jane Austen’s novel, Pride and Prejudice. 454 more words