Monthly Archives: September 2010

Anatomy of a Janeite

Anatomy of a Janeite Do You Fit the Bill? In 2008, JASNA put together a survey of the “typical” Janeite. I was wondering how many items match with my viewers/readers. Part 1: Participant Demographics. The first half of the survey … Continue reading

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The Austen Authors Blog, a source for readers looking for sequels and adaptations

September 14th, 2010 11:30 am ET (by Kelly Yanke Deltenar at http://www.examiner.com) AustenAuthors.com There exists a utopia, a place where all things good happen for good reasons. A world where Pride and Prejudice doesn’t stop when you reach the last … Continue reading

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“Cozy” Up 2 a Great Mystery!

Welcome to my birthday gift to you. I am Regina Jeffers, and this Friday, September 17, is my actual birthday. However, I will be giving the gift this year. The Phantom of Pemberley: A Pride and Prejudice Mystery is my … Continue reading

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Book Review – The Phantom of Pemberley

(by Kelly Yanke Deltenar of http://www.examiner.com) The Phantom of Pemberley by Regina Jeffers is a sequel to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice with a murder mystery twist. And although I’ve read Jeffers before (all of her other books, as a … Continue reading

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Interview on my latest book

(by Kelly Yanke Deltenar from Examiner.com)——Regina Jeffers is the author of the new Austen inspired novel, The Phantom of Pemberley, a murder mystery sequel fashioned to follow the events of Pride and Prejudice. Intrigued by the idea of combining the … Continue reading

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I Hate the Word “Said”!!!!

When I write, I spend countless hours coming up with other words to use in the dialogue besides the word “said.” Then by the miracle of book editing, those efforts become lost in translation. These are words I prefer to … Continue reading

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Reflection

I had two “unusual” conversations today. In the first one, a former student came to my scheduled book signing to tell me that I made a difference in her life…that I made her want to succeed because I believed in … Continue reading

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Did You Know… (Birthday – Part 3)

* since the day I was born that my heart has beaten 2.3 billion times? * I have blinked 390.6 million times? * I have slept 176.4 thousand hours? (I may disagree with this statistic. Since menopause, sleep is hard … Continue reading

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Birthday – Part 2

The brochure from yesterday dealing with my birthday year got me to thinking about other things that may have happened during that “most momentous year.” This is some of the music which has survived from 1947: 1. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah 2. White … Continue reading

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Upcoming Birthday

Next week, I will celebrate my 63rd birthday … not a milestone, but daunting nonetheless. Yesterday in the mail, I received a “Birthday Times” from my State Farm agent, Gary Cooper. It was quite entertaining, and I thought I might … Continue reading

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