About Austenprose

There is a monsterous deal of stupid quizzing, & common-place nonsense talked, but scarcely any wit.” Jane Austen to her sister Cassandra, 21 April 1805

Welcome to Austenprose.com

your online source for Jane Austen and her legacy 

Since 2007, Austenprose has grown to become a popular destination for Jane Austen fans, historical book readers, and period drama viewers on the Internet. Here you will find over 1,250 book, movie, television, and merchandise reviews including Austen’s works and letters, Austenesque fiction, Georgian, Regency, & Victorian era novels, nonfiction, and period drama. Our diverse staff of reviewers pride themselves in their honest, in-depth reviews and their thorough research on any topic they present.

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Please visit the sections on the blog devoted to Jane Austen’s life & works, book & period drama reviews, and other information by clicking on the menu tabs below the header image. You can subscribe to Austenprose to receive email notifications of new posts, and follow us on Facebook, and Twitter.

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About the Editor

For over 14 years Laurel Ann Nattress has been the creator & editor of Austenprose.com, a blog devoted to the oeuvre and influence of her favorite author, Jane Austen. She is also the editor of Jane Austen Made Me Do It, a short story anthology published in 2011 by Ballantine Books.

A life member of the Jane Austen Society of North America, Laurel Ann has been a contributor to the Jane Austen Centre online magazine, Jane Austen’s Regency World Magazine, and Masterpiece PBS. Professionally, she runs Austenprose PR, a curated online marketing service for authors and publishers.

An expatriate of southern California, Laurel Ann lives in a country cottage near Snohomish, Washington where it rains a lot. Follow her on Twitter as @Austenprose, and visit her on Facebook as Laurel Ann Nattress.

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