Daily Archives: April 26, 2019

The Water Is Wide

Sometimes it is best to tell a story by going backwards, and that is what I will do today.  Recently, I and two others were asked to prepare ourselves for an offertory piece of music for Pentecost, and though we … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Pemberley Chronicles

The Pemberley Chronicles (The Pemberley Chronicles #1), by Rebecca Ann Collins As someone who has read more than my fair share of Jane Austen continuation novels, this book is certainly above average in that category.  It is hard for me … Continue reading

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Book Review: Writing Jane Austen

Writing Jane Austen, by Elizabeth Aston Reading this book, I found far more similarities between the heroine, one Georgina Jackson, and the author concerning their respective attempts to write within the world of Jane Austen than the author would probably … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Second Mrs. Darcy

The Second Mrs. Darcy (Darcy #4), by Elizabeth Aston I have to say that this book is my favorite of the Darcy series I have read–and this is the fifth book I have read of that series.  Although there are … Continue reading

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