The man who wrote A Jane Austen Education shares some powerful life lessons he learned from Austen's novels.
A series of six historical novels explore exciting events in the church of Austen's England.
The 2020 movie version of Emma is beautiful and fun to watch. Where does it differ from the novel and from the 1996 version?
What if Pride and Prejudice happened in the Muslim country of Pakistan?
Much as I love Jane Austen, there are many other wonderful books out there! Here are some of my favorites, to give you reading ideas for the coming year.
"Modern Geology" began during Jane Austen's era. William Smith, self-educated and from humble beginnings, laid the foundations.
Shannon Winslow shares a devotional from her new book, Prayer and Praise: A Jane Austen Devotional.
Jane Austen may have been looking back nostalgically to the Catholic monasteries of England when she wrote Northanger Abbey and other novels. Roger E. Moore describes the "sacred landscape" of England after the Reformation, and how it affected Austen.
Glastonbury is a fascinating historical novel that gives a sweeping view of English church history from the time of Christ to the Dissolution of the Monasteries.
More enthralling Austen variations with a faith foundation. What was Mr. Knightley's perspective in Emma? And, what if Darcy and Elizabeth got engaged after the first proposal?