Thursday, October 09, 2014

The Ghosts at Pemberley

I am delighted to tell you all that the first of a four books series of Jane Austen variations – The Pemberley Series – The Ghosts at Pemberley is now available as a pre-order on Amazon Kindle. I know that traditional publishers stopped taking Jane Austen related books some years ago but there are still a large number of readers, especially in America, who still love to read anything Jane Austen linked.
As my first Jane Austen variations, Miss Bennet and Mr Bingley, was a Pride & Prejudice book I decided to continue the same vein. The main difference between my new book, The Ghosts at Pemberley, and my first is that this one is set after the weddings and introduces new characters. I have already started writing the second in this series in which Georgiana Darcy is the heroine and a handsome major the hero.
This is the blurb: The Ghosts at Pemberley - a Jane Austen Variation. Miss Kitty Bennet is travelling to Pemberley in order to become a companion and friend to Miss Georgiana Darcy when disaster strikes. Adam Denney, the Rector of Bakewell comes to her aid and is much taken with her. Bingley is hurt in the accident and he and Jane are obliged to remain at The Rectory, whilst Kitty continues her journey. The coach accident is just the first of many terrifying incidents that occur once Kitty is established at Pemberley. Somehow her arrival has woken the spirits that occupy the East wing and these ghosts are determined to get their revenge on those who trapped them in the spirit world. Elizabeth is in danger and Darcy is determined to keep her safe. Can the power of God defeat the evil or will Pemberley and its occupants be destroyed? The Ghosts at Pemberley will be released on 30th October and as the book is set in the two weeks before Christmas it is suitably topical. Fenella J Miller


Amanda said...

It looks good, Fenella, I'm looking forward to it!

Elizabeth Hawksley said...

Love it!

Fenella J Miller said...

Thanks, Amanda and Elizabeth, I am just a tad excited about it myself. Have the next three books planned in my head -just can't get on with the second one as fast as I'd like to.

Jane Odiwe said...

These look lovely, Fenella-looking forward to reading them!