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    Bronwen Chisholm
  • Birthday 04/16/1968

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  1. It's here! A Beneficial, If Unwilling, Compromise is now available on Kindle and in paperback. Click HERE to see it on Amazon.

     

    Thank you to all the wonderful Beyond Austen readers. You keep me to a schedule, give me wonderful ideas, and provide greatly appreciated encouragement.

     

    LOVE YOU!!! :yourock: :Hkiss:

  2. Just got the cover back for Georgiana Darcy, Matchmaker!!

  3. Sorry, I know I'm behind in posting, but life has gone crazy. If things give way just a little bit, I'll try to post two chapters next week.

    1. Laura Hile

      Laura Hile

      We understand crazy life! I have run to ground a few times myself. Thanks for posting for us. We will wait. :)

  4. Mistress Mary and The General is now available in paperback form on Amazon. The Kindle version should be available within 24 hours. In the meanwhile, you can read a sample here in the Sample section.

  5. So frustrated! I wanted to post the first couple chapters of my new novel which will be out within the next week, but I left the thumbdrive at home. Argh! Well, I will have it to you tomorrow. I promise!

  6. I made updates to my book, The Ball At Meryton, which are now available on Kindle--You have to go to Manage Content and send the content to your device.

    1. Laura Hile

      Laura Hile

      Thanks for the heads-up, Bronwen. Best of luck with your books.

  7. I know I dropped off the planet for a minute, but I have a new book coming out this weekend. Behind the Mask will release tomorrow on the usual sites. It has a mature theme. I am reworking The Ball At Meryton a bit so I can re-release shortly with a new cover. Just trying to make them all similar.

    1. Laura Hile

      Laura Hile

      Exciting news! Congratulations on a job well done.

  8. So, at my son's suggestion, my husband agreed that maybe I should write and publish a couple more P&P books before putting my novel out there. I'm back!! Now, which one to work on? So many ideas to choose from. Hope to be able to post something new in the next week or two.

  9. Oh, my, I did it. The Ball At Meryton has been submitted for publishing with Kindle Direct and is in review. I'm not sure how I feel right now. My first baby just left the nest.

    1. Laura Hile

      Laura Hile

      This is excellent news! Congratulations!

  10. I am so missing working on my P&P projects! The ideas keep coming and I keep jotting them down, but I am making good progress on my non-P&P novel. I will be back as soon as I can.

  11. I started writing after I read a few books that disappointed me and my husband told me I could have done a better job. I realized I had plenty of time while waiting around at my kids' practices (football, basketball, baseball, cheer, dance, acting, singing, etc.). Shortly after that, a friend turned me on to P&P (the Colin Firth version, of course) and I was hooked. I have no idea how I avoided reading Jane Austen prior to then, but I became an immediate fan in my early 40s. Now I hav...

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    2. rainbowpromise

      rainbowpromise

      I was accused of being long winded a few weeks ago. I started writing when I ran out of stories to read. I know, there are always new ones, but I mean ones without explicit scenes.

    3. Laura Hile

      Laura Hile

      Jane wrote without explicit scenes. If one needs sex to liven up a dull plot, I say it's time for the writer to go back to the drawing board and work on being clever. </snark>

    4. rainbowpromise

      rainbowpromise

      Makes perfect sense, Laura. When I met P&P for the first time I was starved for fiction. I over-read.

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