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  • Austen Reads & Research | Jane Austen Addict, home of author Laurie Viera Rigler
    guidebook Byrde Penelope Jane Austen Fashion Excellent Press 1999 Craig Sheryl Would Jane have Gone Large Fast Food Regency Style Regency World Magazine Issue 34 July August 2008 Fullerton Susannah Jane Austen and Crime Jones Books April 2006 Hardyment Christina Behind the Scenes Domestic Arrangements in Historic Houses National Trust 2001 Lane Maggie A Charming Place Bath in the Life and Novels of Jane Austen Millstream Books 1988 Lane Maggie Jane Austen and Food Hambledon Press 1995 Le Faye Deirdre Jane Austen The World of Her Novels Frances Lincoln Ltd 2002 Murray Venetia An Elegant Madness Penguin Group USA 2000 Museum of Costume National Trust The Museum of Costume Assembly Rooms Bath exhibition catalogue Olsen Kirstin All Things Austen An Encyclopedia of Austen s World Greenwood Press January 2005 Ross Josephine Jane Austen s Guide to Good Manners Compliments Charades Horrible Blunders Bloomsbury USA 2006 Selwyn David Jane Austen and Leisure Hambledon Press 1999 Snaddon Brenda The Last Promenade Sydney Gardens Bath Millstream Books 2000 Sullivan Margaret The Jane Austen Handbook A Sensible Yet Elegant Guide to Her World Quirk Books April 2007 Turner E S What the Butler Saw Two Hundred and Fifty Years of the Servant Problem Penguin Global May 2005 Victoria Art Gallery The Roman Baths Stewing Alive the story of bathing in Bath exhibition catalogue 2002 Werner Alex London Bodies introduction Professor Roy Porter Museum of London 1998 And of course no one writing an Austen inspired book should ever be without the indispensible Persuasions the journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America of which I am a Life Member Non Austen works quoted in CONFESSIONS and RUDE AWAKENINGS CONFESSIONS OF A JANE AUSTEN ADDICT William Cowper Mutual Forbearance Necessary to the Happiness of the Married State William Cowper The Progress of Error Sir

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  • Austen Links | Jane Austen Addict, home of author Laurie Viera Rigler
    works Courtesy of Molland s sister site of Austenblog All texts are searchable YOU RE ADDICTED TO READING ABOUT AUSTEN THE MINUTIAE OF HER WORLD Austenesque Reviews Plus a yearly Austenesque Extravaganza event Austentatious Austen Quote of the Day Becoming Jane Fansite Book Rat Check out the Book Rat s yearly Austen in August event Chawton House Library A Covent Garden Gilflurt s Guide to Life The Duchess of Devonshires Gossip Guide Following Austen Following Jane one man s attempt to rediscover life by following jane austen Jane Austen s House Museum Jane Austen Centre in Bath Site includes an online magazine a giftshop videos and more Jane Austen in Vermont Jane Austen Sequels Jane Austen s World This blog brings Jane Austen her novels and the Regency Period alive through food dress social customs and other 19th C historical details Jane Obsessed With Jane Mansfield Park A Commentary on the Novel Molland s sister site of Austenblog Searchable Austen e texts a forum and more My Jane Austen Book Club Old Grey Poney Regency Encyclopedia Sign in with username JAAddict and password GoodReading Both are case sensitive The Regency World of Author Lesley Anne McLeod Selected bibliography of Austen links YOU RE ADDICTED TO AUSTEN RELATED MOVIES Austen in Hollywood right here on this site Becoming Jane Fansite Emma Adaptations Film and Book Reviews Not exclusively Austen but a lot of the film reviews are Jane Austen Fans The League of British Artists Pride and Prejudice 2005 Blog Solitary Elegance Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice fansite YOU D LIKE TO HEAR MR DARCY BURST INTO SONG Pride and Prejudice the musical YOU DESIRE TO SHAKE YOUR GROOVE THANG LIKE DARCY LIZZY DO English country dance in Southern California English Country Dance Webring Country Dancy and Song Society A national

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  • Other Cool Links | Jane Austen Addict, home of author Laurie Viera Rigler
    Adventure in Reading Beatrice Beauty and the Book The only hair salon book store in the country and home to the Pulpwood Queens Book Club Blogging by and about Authors Book reviews and author interviews by the 100s Book Club Girl Dedicated to sharing great books news and tips with book club girls everywhere Book Loons Book Rat Book Reporter Bookfan Booking Mama Booksquare Bookworm The Cornflower BooksCornflower Books Dear Author Galley Cat Historical Fiction musings of an incessant reader Historical Novel Society Infinite Curio Jennifer Weiner s Blog Mischievous Muse Peeking Between the Pages Pop Goes Fiction Random Jottings of a Book and Opera Lover Reading Group Choices Selects discussible books and suggests discussion topics for reading groups The company produces a printed guide annually that is distributed nationally to libraries reading groups book stores community book festivals and individuals Reading Under The Covers Scobberlotch Blog of Karen Harrington author of Janeology Teach Me Tonight Musings on Romance Fiction From an Academic Perspective includes some excellent posts on Austen too The Journeys of John and Julia Whorublog Write Meg FOR MORE COOL PLACES TO VISIT College Candy DatingExpert tv If you re as confused about modern courtship rituals as Jane is in RUDE AWAKENINGS here s the dating expert whose book Jane turned to for advice Living Read Girl Notes From The Twenty Two PBS Masterpiece PBS Remotely Connected The Daily Basics FOR THOSE WITH A GENEROUS SPIRIT 826 Writing and tutoring centers for kids aged 6 18 in seven major cities across the US A fantastic place to give back to young learners in your community College Track From the summer before ninth grade through college graduation our 10 year program removes barriers that prevent students from earning their college degree by providing them with comprehensive academic support

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  • What I’m Reading: Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes | Jane Austen Addict, home of author Laurie Viera Rigler
    by laurie rigler No Comments Who would have thought that the powerhouse creator of Grey s Anatomy Scandal How to Get Away With Murder and The Catch was an introvert How could someone who owns Thursdays become so overcome with fear at the thought of giving a commencement speech at Dartmouth her alma mater or being a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live that her strongest impulse is to say no Except that she doesn t say no After years of giving into extreme shyness and its attendant fears of public exposure and ridicule after years of saying no to everything that would make an introvert shudder Shonda Rhimes forces herself to say yes That journey is the essence of her book YEAR OF YES With humor generosity and tremendous relatability the author reveals the extent of her terror and how she blasted through it I am loving this book which I m listening to on audiobook beautifully narrated by the author herself Here s a clip of Shonda Rhimes on the Stephen Colbert show I m looking forward to listening to the rest of the book As someone who spent her childhood as an extremely shy person and still sometimes fights those tendencies I highly recommend YEAR OF YES to anyone who wants to break the cycle of no and step outside of their comfort zone This entry was posted in Favorite Writers Inspiration Literature What I m Reading and tagged Shonda Rhimes Year of Yes by laurie rigler Bookmark the permalink Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Name Email Website Comment Subscribe me to your mailing list Tweets from https twitter com austen addict lists twitter voices1 New title Austen Film and TV Body Image Book Groups Comedy Confessions of a Jane Austen

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  • Writing at a Standing Desk? Brilliant. | Jane Austen Addict, home of author Laurie Viera Rigler
    My posture is better when I m standing and writing than when I m sitting and writing I am more focused when standing than I am when sitting I have more clarity about both big picture and details when I m standing than when I m sitting Standing helps me remember to do the power pose from that famous TED talk by Amy Cuddy And that s always great for my writing This is my ReadyDesk standing desk converter which sits on top of my regular desk It comes with two shelves that you can move around till you find the perfect height I also bought an extra shelf In addition to the benefits to my writing there are a host of advantages for any activity I do while standing at my desk I m burning calories I m supercharging my metabolism I m snacking less Sitting down to write tends to trigger my desire for a snack Standing doesn t Maybe because most of us don t eat while standing up I m sleeping better I have more energy strength and endurance for yoga the stationery bike and other exercise Bonus I m enjoying non writing tasks more at my standing desk than when I was sitting For example paying the bills and filing the latter of which is something I particularly used to dread have become far more pleasant when I do them standing at my desk I also listen to audiobooks while filing and that really helps Tips to make a standing desk work for you Try it out before you invest in a new desk or in a standing desk converter for your existing desk Before I bought my fabulous ReadyDesk I stacked two monitor stands for my iMac two clear plastic shoe boxes from Container Store for my keyboard and the boxes from my headphones and my external drive for my mouse Don t feel bad if you get tired after 20 minutes or so Sit for awhile then stand for awhile till you build stamina Make sure you move around a bit especially your feet Walk in place Stand on your toes stand flat on the ground and lift your toes Dance around while you re welcoming inspiration picturing the scene or mulling over how to word the next phrase Bend your knees and move up and down periodically Do strength building exercises for your quads and calves in your off time to protect your knees Work barefoot on a soft surface or if you must wear shoes wear comfortable shoes with excellent arch support Anti fatigue mats are also supposed to be fantastic for standing desks though I haven t tried any yet Sit when you need to It s great if your standing desk has a chair high enough to allow you to sit as needed Or if you re like me and too attached to the chair you already have put a high cushion on the seat of your chair Also

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  • Lady Susan finally makes it to the screen in Whit Stillman’s “Love and Friendship” | Jane Austen Addict, home of author Laurie Viera Rigler
    Invite Laurie To Your Group Your Book Group Photo Here Book Group Favorites Addictions Quizzes and Games Signs of Addiction Austen Reads Research Austen Links Other Cool Links Post navigation Previous Next Lady Susan finally makes it to the screen in Whit Stillman s Love and Friendship Posted on 26 March 2016 by laurie rigler Can t wait to see what Whit Stillman does with this one I ve always thought Lady Susan would be really tough to adapt but if this trailer is any indication it s going to be deliciously wicked fun This entry was posted in Austen Film and TV Lady Susan and tagged Jane Austen movie Lady Susan movie Love and Friendship movie Whit Stillman by laurie rigler Bookmark the permalink Comments are closed Tweets from https twitter com austen addict lists twitter voices1 New title Austen Film and TV Body Image Book Groups Comedy Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict Emma Fashion Favorite Authors Favorite Writers Film and TV Friendship Giveaways Good Works Health and Well Being Holidays Inspiration Jane Austen Lady Susan Laurie Viera Rigler Life Lessons Literature Love Relationships News Polls Regency England Reviews Rude Awakenings of a Jane Austen Addict The Writing

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  • What I’m Reading: 11/22/63 by Stephen King | Jane Austen Addict, home of author Laurie Viera Rigler
    rigler I ve decided that the definition of unputdownable in the OED should now be 11 22 63 by Stephen King I have lost sleep and work time racing through yet savoring every word of this masterfully written time travel what if alternate reality tale of a man who travels back through a time warp rabbit hole in the back of a diner that lands him in 1958 where he must spend the next five years planning how to thwart the assassination of JFK On the way there is more of the past to tamper with survive and fall in love with especially because it is where he meets his soulmate But nothing is ever easy when it comes to changing the past no sir The past will do anything it can to stay put The obdurate past as King puts it Indeed The past is also harmonic according to 11 22 63 In fact the act of reading 11 22 63 seems to generate its own harmonies for as I entered the last third of the novel an ad for the event series based on the work caught my eye on the Hulu home screen Now I won t have to feel as sad as I usually would do upon turning the last page of such an enthralling mind expanding read I ll have eight episodes to look forward to Am hoping they do this brilliant work justice This entry was posted in Favorite Authors Favorite Writers Film and TV Literature Time Travel What I m Reading and tagged 11 22 63 Stephen King time travel books by laurie rigler Bookmark the permalink Comments are closed Tweets from https twitter com austen addict lists twitter voices1 New title Austen Film and TV Body Image Book Groups Comedy Confessions of

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  • The next book(s) are coming… | Jane Austen Addict, home of author Laurie Viera Rigler
    Book Groups Confessions Group Guide Rude Awakenings Group Guide Invite Laurie To Your Group Your Book Group Photo Here Book Group Favorites Addictions Quizzes and Games Signs of Addiction Austen Reads Research Austen Links Other Cool Links Post navigation Previous Next The next book s are coming Posted on 22 September 2015 by Jane Austen Addict including the long awaited Book 3 of the Jane Austen Addict series in which Courtney and Jane finally come face to face and it s not pretty especially because they must decide which world is really their home while navigating scandal blackmail deception and romantic chaos This entry was posted in News by Jane Austen Addict Bookmark the permalink Comments are closed Tweets from https twitter com austen addict lists twitter voices1 New title Austen Film and TV Body Image Book Groups Comedy Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict Emma Fashion Favorite Authors Favorite Writers Film and TV Friendship Giveaways Good Works Health and Well Being Holidays Inspiration Jane Austen Lady Susan Laurie Viera Rigler Life Lessons Literature Love Relationships News Polls Regency England Reviews Rude Awakenings of a Jane Austen Addict The Writing Life Time Travel Uncategorized What I m Reading Former Jane

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