We would like to introduce our Gentle Readers to a new website called IndieJane. Founded by authors Jessica Melendez and Nancy Kelley, the site is a community for readers and writers of independently-published books inspired by Jane Austen’s work. The site includes a blog, a message board with group reads of Austen’s novels, a chat room, and links to other sites.
We were delighted to contribute a guest post to the current celebration of Northanger Abbey: Making Love, the Henry Tilney Way. There also is a giveaway going on for lots of NA-related swag, including a couple of copies of There Must Be Murder. Last day to enter is October 31, so make haste! Also check out Emily C.A. Snyder’s hilarious guest post on How to Write Your Own Gothic Novel and a review of Emily’s fabulous NA sequel, Nachtsturm Castle. (Modesty protests, but practicality dictates that we post a link to the review of There Must Be Murder as well. Jane, we know, would approve.)
And do check out the rest of the site–there are lots of reviews and news and talk about the writing process.
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I’m glad you gave a ‘shout out’ about this site. I love it. Its one of my fav places to visit.
Amen, Mags! And I loved your defense of Henry’s love of Catherine!
I adored both Nachsturm castle and Emily’s witty and perceptive How to Write your own Gothic Novel! Must reads for fans of horrid novels!
Oh gosh, Allison – thanks so much! You’ve brightened my morning!
Thank you, Mags, for the commendation–and for the excellent guest post! As soon as NaNoWriMo is over, I’ll be reading There Must Be Murder. I need another good dose of Henry Tilney.
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