Daily Archives: May 5, 2019

Shots Fired From The Peanut Gallery

It often happens that the conversations I have with other brethren before (to say nothing of after) services has a strong connection with the sorts of material and approach that come in a message.  Very often people are thinking about … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mr. Darcy’s Daughter

Mr. Darcy’s Daughter (The Pemberley Chronicles #5), by Rebecca Ann Collins This book is an example where the back cover text really lets one down.  The back cover talks about the way that Mr. Darcy’s daughter Cassandra Gardiner nee Darcy … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ladies Of Longbourn

The Ladies Of Longbourn (The Pemberley Chronicles #4) This book picks up from where the previous book left out and like the previous volume it is a book that combines a serviceable romantic plot with a lot of extraneous elements … Continue reading

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Book Review: Netherfield Park Revisited

Netherfield Park Revisited (The Pemberley Chronicles #3), by Rebecca Ann Collins There is something dangerous about an imaginary family being in the hands of someone like this author.  Woe be to you if you happen to be in an unhappy … Continue reading

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