A Season of Magic is now available on Kindle Unlimited!

A Season of Magic – Now Available in Kindle Unlimited!

Everyone knows Elizabeth and Jane’s parents were magical murderers. But blood isn’t everything.

When the girls are forced to reveal their elemental magic, it does not matter to the Mage Council that they did so only to save lives. Their parents were traitors and the entire magical community is simply waiting for them to descend into evil themselves.

The Council reluctantly admits Elizabeth to the magical university (and unofficial marriage market) called The Season, where she will learn how to control her powers. If she can keep her head down and avoid drawing any untoward notice, she might be able to graduate and finally be accepted as a fire mage.

But fading into the background will be difficult. Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, nephew to Lord Matlock of the Mage Council and a student himself, is assigned to observe her and report any misstep. One mistake could send her back to her foster parents, the Bennets—or worse, to prison. Yet when that mistake inevitably comes, he stands up on her behalf. Could he be an ally instead of an enemy?

A Season of Magic is a clean fantasy variation based on Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.

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Are you coming to the JAFF Writer-Reader Get Together?

There are only two weeks left until this amazing event! I hope you’re excited! You can still sign up here.

If you haven’t heard of it before, let me tell you what’s going on!

It’s a great opportunity for writers and readers of Jane Austen fanfiction to come together to talk about our favorite books! From talks about where writers get their ideas, to writers reading from their current WIPs, to open chat time, there’s always something fun going on.

Some years, this has been held in person in Virginia. However, this year it will be held online. That means that you can attend without the cost of a plane ticket or hotel room!

I’ll be giving a talk about my writing process on Sunday! So if you’ve ever been curious about the process of coming up with a story and fleshing it out into a novel, join me from 1-2pm Eastern Time.

I’ll also be reading from a new story I’ve just begun called “Another Day at Rosings,” based on the idea from the movie “Groundhog Day.” You may have read a book (or two or three or ten) with that basic idea. But I think I have a fun new idea to bring to it, so I hope you’ll stick around on Sunday to see what it is! That’s from 10am-12 on Sunday (again, Eastern Time).

An Accidental Holiday by Melanie Rachel

Delightful new must-read in time for the holiday season!

Melanie Rachel is my critique partner and absolutely one of my all-time favorite JAFF authors.

The first book out in her “accidental” series has all the best holiday feels and is perfect to ward off that autumn chill. This story is so perfect, you won’t want it to end! I hope you love it as much as I do.

Get it here!


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