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Kwen D Griffeth

First Review

First Review

  My phone rang a couple of mornings ago. I was busy and didn’t focus on the screen. “Hello,” I said. “You made me cry.” “I what?” I’m focused now. “I did what?” “You made me cry.” “How? When?” I was confused and flustered, “Who is this?” A chuckle, “Its Colette, your friend.” “Oh, Colette,”Continue Reading First Review

Jane Goes To War

Jane Goes To War

Today, around the world, there is a large number of people, primarily women who identify themselves as “Janeites.”  They are the disciples of an English author who died more than 200 years ago.  Her name was Jane Austen. Austen was the daughter of an English Victor and she lived adjacent to the society of gentry. Continue Reading Jane Goes To War

Kellynch and Jane

Kellynch and Jane

Is there anyone in the Western English speaking world who has not heard of Jane Austen? I hope not, since Miss Austen is one of the most beloved writers of the English language. She is primarily remembered for writing six books: Sense and Sensibility (1811), Pride and Prejudice (1813), Mansfield Park (1814) (my favorite), EmmaContinue Reading Kellynch and Jane