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Darcy Thinking Out Loud

When I write, I usually have some theme music going through my head which represents the thoughts and emotions of the main characters.  I don’t go searching for the songs, they tend to show up in my life while I’m writing — I’ll hear a song and say, “Yes, that’s EXACTLY what my hero/heroine is feeling.”  I’ve been working on my next story, enjoying Ed Sheeran’s recent song, and it hit me.   63 more words

Meet Fitzwilliam

Last week, I brought home a new friend! Meet my second bunny: Fitzwilliam. 125 more words

Life

Longbourn, Jo Baker

Dunque.

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

Inquisition

In Search of Mr. Darcy… | Part 2

(The In Search Of Mr. Darcy Series is a look at the often humorous stories, the lessons and the experiences of a single gal in her 30s who also happens to love Jesus. 1,424 more words

Life

He's a Darcy 

Isn’t it just typical that I meet someone who I really click with and they are not available! Think it’s referred to as the law of the sod or something similar. 84 more words

Dating

Why Women Love Mr. Darcy

If I were a man, I would be deeply intrigued by women’s obsession of this certain Mr. Darcy of Pemberley. WHO IS HE??? Luckily, I am a woman (I do feel honored of being a woman despite sexism and misogyny.) and I know so well why a flock of ovaries are chasing after a fictional male character in a classical novel by our dear Miss Jane Austen. 632 more words

Life

Mrs Collins

La frase di apertura di Orgoglio e Pregiudizio è una delle più citate della letteratura inglese come massimo esempio della delicata ironia di Jane Austen, oggetto di tesi e discussioni, stampata su magliette, tazze e cuscini, e reinterpretata a piacere; generazioni di lettori hanno sorriso al pensiero di come sia “una verità universalmente riconosciuta che uno scapolo in possesso di un solido patrimonio debba essere in cerca di una moglie”. 1,772 more words

Inquisition