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North Carolina Homecoming Bar Soap Paired with My Contemporary Austen, Honor and Hope

Inspired by Jane… Honor and Hope: A Contemporary Romantica Based on “Pride and Prejudice” By Regina Jeffers North Carolina  Homecoming Bar Soap   Inspired by the works of Regina Jeffers Set against the backdrop of a professional football career, Will … Continue reading

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Jane Austen’s Relevance

Jane Austen’s Current Relevance As we celebrate Jane Austen with the relaunch of Austen Authors, 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 … Continue reading

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The Lesser Key of Solomon, a Grimoire

The Lesser Key of Solomon, a Grimoire The Lesser Key of Solomon (or) Lemegeton ~ This would have made a great Halloween post with the October holiday so often associated with witches, demons, and spirits; however, in researching my cozy … Continue reading

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Actors We “Doubly” Love in Jane Austen Films

Anyone who knows me knows that I am a film buff – especially period dramas. For many years, I taught media literacy, and I love to look for “unique” facts. One of my favorites is a list of actors who … Continue reading

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Fake Reviews on Some of Your Favorite Book Lists…What Do You Think?

Faux Books and Reviews??? What Do You Think? Below is an excerpt from a fabulous article on a phenomenon I have witnessed on Amazon and Barnes & Noble in the form of “fake” reviews for books. I have a writer … Continue reading

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Do You Speak Jane Austen? Part Two

Do You Speak Jane Austen? Part 2 A laugh, a fist pounding on a desk top, a raised eyebrow – these are all signals to punctuation of the spoken word, but what of the written word? We start with the … Continue reading

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