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Monica Fairview
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Where Pride and Prejudice meets Steampunk
Where Pride and Prejudice meets Steampunk

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Two new releases in time for Christmas
As  most of you already know, the first novel I ever published was a Regency Novel, An Improper Suitor. My publisher was Robert Hale, a successful publisher who had been in the business since the 1920s. Mr. Hale was a lovely, old-fashioned publisher who act...

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Giveaway and chance to win a free e-book: The Darcy Novels
Over at Laura's Reviews, I have a treat. Not only did Laura review Mr. Darcy's Pride and Joy , but she is hosting me as part of the Blog Tour. So head over there to read an excerpt of the novel and for a chance to win an e-book copy. Plus there is still a c...

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Mr. Darcy: Example of a Regency Gentleman
I thought it would nice to share this video produced by the BBC about The Regency Gentleman, particularly since they talk about Mr. Darcy in it! What do you think? Does it live up to your expectations?

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So I'm right in the middle of my Blog Tour and I have to say, I do love the chance to interact with readers. It gives me a chance to get feedback and get a much more personal sense of who's reading my novels, what they enjoy about them, and what they would ...

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Here It is At Last! Mr. Darcy's Pride and Joy
It's been a long journey from start to finish, but here it is, finally! Mr. Darcy's Pride and Joy is now available to pre-order on Amazon and will shortly be available in other outlets, too. Mr. Darcy's Pride and Joy concludes the Darcy Novel series, but it...

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Anniversary February -- A perfectly ghastly adventure for poor Catherine on her anniversary by Kara Louise http://austenvariations.com/anniversary-february-the-tilneys/

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An Interview with Jane Austen, by Monica Fairview
Jane Austen is known for her caustic and irreverent wit. I thought it might be fun to highlight some of her most famous statements by framing them in a particular way. So today, as a special guest, I have Miss Jane Austen, who has kindly agreed to answer so...

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From Elizabeth Darcy: Video, Christmas At Pemberley
Thought I'd share this with you. It's quite long, but I think it's enjoyable.

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The Christmas edition of our Regency Quintet is out. A brand new sweet traditional novella from me: A Merry Christmas Chase. 
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