General stuff going on
I am so delighted to announce that 'The Watsons' has progressed to the quarter-finals of the ScreenCraft Cinematic Book Award 2022. It's wonderful that the judging panel see the potential and merit of having Jane Austen's work reaching audiences. I hope it continues to progress but in the meantime, this has made me very happy.
Work in Progress 2021/2022
Witnessing thirteen year old Íde Frawley slapped in public by her father, Alice Purcell secretly orchestrates for her to be hired & reside at her home – Woodcroft House. This unleashes a series of events that changes the course of both girls' lives forever.
And for lovers of Jane Austen, I hope to complete 'Sanditon' this year also. Better keep going!
"... very satisfying and often laugh-out-loud hilarious."
Jane Austen Regency World Magazine
A Conversation About Mr Bennet
In which we discuss Austen's genius for minor characters, what topics might Mr Bennet discuss with his therapist, regarding Mr & Mrs Bennet - who was putting up with who and what might Mr Collins eat for breakfast. Here I'm chewing the cud with fellow JAFF author Mark Brownlow & historical fiction blogger Melissa of 'Probably at the Library'