Monthly Archives: April 2012

Interview with Austen Author, Regina Jeffers

Previously Posted on Donna Hatch’s Blog  Q: When did you start to write and how long did it take you get published? A: First, I should explain that I write Jane Austen-inspired sequels and adaptations, as well as Regency romance. … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Release of “The Disappearance of Georgiana Darcy”

To celebrate the release of my latest novel, The Disappearance of Georgiana Darcy, I thought I might give you a taste of the story line. The Disappearance of Georgiana Darcy begins some three months after the close of Christmas at … Continue reading

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Gretna Green: The “Las Vegas” Marriage Destination of the Regency Period

Scottish Elopements and the Marriage Act of 1753 “An Act for Better Preventing of Clandestine Marriage,” popularly known as Lord Hardwicke’s Marriage Act (1753), was the first statutory legislation in England and Wales to require a formal ceremony of marriage. … Continue reading

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P&P 200 – Darcy Is Determined to Make Elizabeth Bennet His Wife

Below, you will find an excerpt based on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Over at Austen Authors, we are celebrating the 200th anniversary of the events in this classic novel. However, we are telling the story from the point of … Continue reading

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The Male Domestic

The Male Domestic in the Regency Era The landed aristocrat during the Regency maintained a lifestyle that he could often not well afford. The multiple country estates were a combination of luxury hotel, museum, art gallery, and corporate headquarters. In … Continue reading

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P&P 200 – Darcy Wants Elizabeth at Rosings Park

P&P 200 – Darcy Hints that Elizabeth Would Find Rosings Park More Welcoming If She Returned There as His Wife At Austen Authors, we are rewriting the events from Pride and Prejudice from the points of view of other characters. … Continue reading

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