Monthly Archives: March 2012

P&P 200 – Darcy Begins His Campaign to Win Elizabeth’s Affections

P&P 200 – Darcy Begins His Campaign to Win Elizabeth’s Affections                      “Proceed from the impulse of the moment…” At Austen Authors, we are rewriting Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice from … Continue reading

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Upcoming Blog Tour for “The Disappearance of Georgiana Darcy”

The growth of online book sales and social media have given authors unparalleled opportunities to promote their books. One of the best innovations in online book marketing is the blog tour. In its briefest form, a blog tour allows an … Continue reading

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Dr. Who Montage – Past to Present

Now Magazine sports a fabulous montage of those who have played the part of “Dr. Who.” It begins with William Hartnell. Patrick Troughton followed. Jon Pertwee took over the role in early 1971 for a total of 5 series, with … Continue reading

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Benedict Cumberbatch Talks About Playing “Sherlock” Holmes

Benedict Cumberbatch: Sherlock is peculiar and hard to love – but very alluring Benedict has a diverse fanbase Benedict Cumberbatch is set to star in the new Star Trek film   “Sherlock” star Benedict Cumberbatch has acquired a large number of … Continue reading

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Jane Austen’s Current Relevance

Jane Austen’s Current Relevance As we celebrate Jane Austen in modern settings this month, I thought it prudent to examine what makes “our” Jane so popular. Austen’s influence proves that the past is always in the process of being reinvented. … Continue reading

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P&P 200 – Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam Call at Hunsford’s Parsonage

P&P 200 – Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam Call at Hunsford’s Parsonage At Austen Authors, in celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the events in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, we are retelling the story from the points of view of … Continue reading

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More News on “Ripper Street” and Matthew Macfadyen

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News on “Ripper Street” and Matthew Macfadyen

BBC America walks down Ripper Street BBC America has come onboard as coproducer of the new eight-part drama series set in the wake of the notorious 19th century Jack the Ripper killings in London. Ripper Street Filming on Ripper Street, commissioned by UK pubcaster BBC1 last … Continue reading

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Can an Olfactory Nerve Determine With Whom We Fall in Love?

By Dr. Laura Berman TODAY.com contributor updated 3/25/2008  (Recently, I was asked about the most unusual research that I used to create a story line. This is it. It comes from the Today Show archives. When I release Second Chances: The Courtship … Continue reading

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P&P 200 – Darcy Discovers That Elizabeth Is at Rosings Park

  At Austen Authors, in celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the novel’s events, we are retelling Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice from the points of view of the other characters. If you like my attempt below, you might go … Continue reading

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