Sep 252016
 

GroupRead2016

We’ve read the book.

Discussed, analyzed, and dissected it.

Now…we will enjoy a lovely tête-à-tête with author SYRIE JAMES!

  • The chat board is below ↓
  • We will be starting the chat at 4:00 p.m. EST
  • If you can’t join in the chat, you could visit after it takes place and read our chat transcript and add your own thoughts.
  • Feel free to continue leaving comments on any of the discussion posts in the next few days, I’ll be choosing winners for all the giveaways on October 2nd.

 

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  6 Responses to “Live Chat with Syrie James!!!”

  1.  

    I have a special affinity to Lost Memoirs. I first read it when it was released in 2007. It re-sparked my interest in Austenesque fiction – so much so that I was inspired to re-read many previously published sequels and Jane Austen’s novels and start Austenprose.com shortly after. One of my reviewers, and fellow Janeite, Christina Boyd loved it too. Here is her review: https://austenprose.com/2010/12/19/the-lost-memoirs-of-jane-austen-by-syrie-james-a-review/

    I believe that Lost Memoirs has been instrumental in inspiring many new authors in the genre and after last 10 years still stands out as one of the best. I am still waiting (impatiently) for the movie!!!

    Syrie – I know from previous interviews that Lost Memoirs started as a screenplay. Can you share your own inspiration for the story and characters and why you chose to convert it into a novel?

  2.  

    I was so sorry to miss this chat. I just couldn’t be around when it was taking place. Great to be able to read it all now though. Great inspiration Meredith to do all this.

  3.  

    I don’t know what happened but it kept scrolling down without me touching it and I didn’t get to see the end of the conversation at all. It just stopped.

  4.  

    Interesting conversation! I love that “Becoming Jane” includes her brother George. Cassandra getting some love and a story about the Austen parents….I hope someone tries that.

  5.  

    Unfortunately I could not attend the chat, but I thank you for having made it available. It was really fun to read!

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