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Book Review - Mr Darcy's Story by Janet Aylmer.

I have recently found myself adoring Pride and Predujice by Jane Austen. I have been reading the book and am so close to finishing it but the language is far richer than I have encountered and since I have not read a classic in years, I am deciding to take my time. 235 more words


I'm going to be a vendor for the first time, ever! Oh, and I sell candles by the way.

Actually, that’s a touch of an overstatement right now. I only have tea lights at the moment, as my candle line is launching at the beginning of February. 215 more words


Pride, Prejudice & Politics

Mr. Darcy, a character created by Jane Austen and appearing “on loan” in Annabelle Troy’s contemporary novel Jane Eyre Gets Real, reminds us that political strife is nothing new. 180 more words

When Words Fail Mr Darcy...

I don’t know about you, but for me this scene from the 2005 screen adaptation of Jane Austen’s most alluring novel, Pride and Prejudice (1813), conveys more genuine emotion than any on-screen kiss or written word could ever hope to capture. 86 more words

Bookworm Extras

Book Review - Jane Austen's First Love


I went in reading this book, not knowing at all what to expect. Which was probably a good thing; because I don’t think I would have bothered with it otherwise. 776 more words


The Secret of Mr. Darcy’s Enduring Appeal

I wrote this blog recently for the Austen Authors website.  Please share your ideas about what you think makes Darcy so appealing!

If you’re like me, since early childhood you have been exposed to a wide variety of romantic heroes:  fairy tale princes, billionaires, superheroes, spies, cops, bad boys, vampires…the list goes on and on.  639 more words

Pride and Prejudice

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Pride and Prejudice is Jane Austen’s most well-known story. This is a novel that I have read every year since I was 12. 112 more words