A look at Jane Austen’s letters readily confirms that she, like many of her modern fans, had a love affair with shopping! Her notes to her sister, Cassandra, are full of this bargain and that deal picked up on her travels. What would she think of entire shops full of merchandise dedicated exclusively to her?!… Read more about The Jane Austen Shopping Club – Our New Gold Membership
A number of respected Biograpical texts are available to read online.
Some of my earliest memories of Christmas involve the endless waiting for the big day and the delight we took in counting down the hours with an Advent calendar. Sometimes the tiny door would reveal a portion of the Nativity story, other years we would be greeted with a festive sentiment, and by far our… Read more about Mr Darcy’s Christmas Calendar – Book Review
Priyanka Chavda looks at how the Lizzie Bennet Diaries updates Jane Austen’s work for a new generation.
Marrying Mr. Darcy: Winning in Marriage is Entirely a Matter of Chance! A review by Meredith Esparza from Austenesque Reviews Awhile back I met Erika Svanoe on Twitter and I saw that she was running a Kickstarter campaign for her new game, Marrying Mr. Darcy. As a Janeite who loves to play games (especially Jane… Read more about Marrying Mr. Darcy – A Review
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a franchise in possession of a large fanbase must be in want of a video game adaptation. However hasty or flawed the execution of said game may be, this truth is so well fixed in the minds of media conglomerates that a video game is considered the rightful… Read more about Pride and Prejudice and Zombies for the iPhone: Fun, but faulty…
e who’s ever searched for Jane Austen on the internet has, at some point, come across the The Republic of Pemberley. As the oldest and largest Austen Forum, they are known far and wide for the variety of topics they cover and the number of posters they attract. But what if you are looking for… Read more about Chat with Jane Austen Fans Around the World
In Jane Austen’s day, books were sold in a rather humble state. The pages were removed from the printing press, folded, sewn, and bound in plain paper-covered cardboard, the folds uncut. The owner could then take this embryonic volume and have it bound to suit his own taste and pocketbook: anything from a modest cloth… Read more about Digital Jane: Jane Austen E-books online