My article “Visiting Austen” is being shared today on the NovelTravelist.com. In the article, I share how a visit to the Jane Austen’s House Museum in Chawton led to a breakthrough for me in understanding Jane and how I would write her in my novel A JANE AUSTEN DAYDREAM. You can read the piece here.
The Novel Travelist is a fun site for those that love experiencing the world and the impact it can have on one’s perception and fiction writing.
A JANE AUSTEN DAYDREAM will be released exclusively through amazon.com on April 30. It will be available in print for $14.95 and $3.99 as an eBook. You can learn more about the book via the A JANE AUSTEN DAYDREAM page as well as other articles around the book on it. I hope you like the article (and the book too).
Hi Scott, I just read the article. Parts of it gave me chills! Sitting there in the garden and having the revelation about Jane Austen’s feeling trapped must have felt like an epiphany. What a spark! I can’t wait to read “Daydream” when it comes out, as I am excited to see just how you might get into her head. And I look forward to posting my review…I already have such a great vibe about this one! Best wishes for a successful run with this!
Thank you so much! Be sure to tell me when you review it and I’ll link to it here.
My fingers are very crossed for the book. I hope you like it.
I don’t know… I just think there is something very special about the premise. And of course, I really like your writing style. Good luck! My fingers are crossed for it too!
Thanks for the promo to my site. And thanks for bringing Jane Austen back into my life. I’ve spent all month rereading Austen’s books in order to prepare myself to read your book. I’ve never “prepared” myself to read a book before. It’s so much fun!
I really hope you like it. It’s definitely a piece of fiction and has some pretty unique aspects to it. I couldn’t be more proud of the book.