Through a Different Lens is now available for sale at your favourite ebook retailer. Paperbacks coming soon! A tale of second glances and second chances Elizabeth Bennet has disliked the aloof and arrogant Mr. Darcy since he insulted her at a village dance several months before. But an unexpected conversation and a startling turn of … Continue reading Look what’s available!
Thanks, Francine, for this lovely review of The Assistant: Before Pride and Prejudice.https://romancereviewsmagazine.blogspot.com/2019/03/regency-pride-prejudice-prequel.html "When a Pride & Prejudice prequel is as good as the original, then indeed the author has excelled in the medium of writing, and Riana Everly does just that with this novel. Her rendition of young Mr. Gardiner in the prime of … Continue reading A lovely review for The Assistant!
Part I Priya wrinkled her nose and threw the eReader down on the sofa cushion beside her. It bounced off the throw pillow and nearly fell onto the floor before she caught it. The eReader had been a Christmas present from her favourite uncle, part of a set of the latest electronic gadgets designed to … Continue reading A Short Story for Valentine’s Day: Fixing Emma
This next stop on my blog tour took me to More Agreeably Engaged, where I talked a bit about Mr. Darcy's dog Cabal, and a quick history of the use of therapy pets.https://moreagreeablyengaged.blogspot.com/2019/02/through-different-lensriana-everly.html Through a Different Lens...Riana Everly It is a pleasure to have Riana Everly visiting this evening. Thank you for including More Agreeably … Continue reading Blog Tour – Therapy Animals in History
Good Afternoon everyone,
How is this week treating you? Mine could not have started better!! yesterday I spent a wonderful day at pemberley with the talented Joana Starnes and our dear friend and reader Glynis, and today I will be watching the play All About Eve with Gillian Anderson, whom I’ve loved and admired for more than 20 years, and Lily James who played Elizabeth Bennet in Pride Prejudice & Zombies. Plus, I’m going with Mira Magdo from Obsessed with Mr. Darcy, so I know I’ll be in good company 🙂
Away from my daily life, and on this little corner of the internet, I am pleased to host a writer whose historic knowledge never ceases to amaze me, Riana Everly. Her debut book Teaching Eliza was a big success and it is on my TBR pile for this year, but today she is visiting to talk to you about
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This next stop on the blog tour is at Half Agony, Half Hope, where Darcy and Elizabeth talk about music, their new friends the St. Ives, and the devil himself! There's also a review of the book, so don't miss it! https://halfagonyhalfhopereviews.blogspot.com/2019/01/blog-tour-through-different-lens-by.html BLOG TOUR: Through a Different Lens by Riana Everly ~ Review, Excerpt & … Continue reading Blog Tour at Half Agony, Half Hope
The next stop on the blog tour takes us to My Love for Jane Austen, where Elizabeth talks about her cousin Sammy Gardiner, and a bit about Mr. Darcy. https://forloveofausten.blogspot.com/2019/01/through-different-lens-blog-tour-guest.html Through a Different Lens Blog Tour: Guest Post, Excerpt + Giveaway I'm so pleased to be here at My Love for Jane Austen as part … Continue reading Blog Tour
Today's Blog Tour visit takes me to So Little Time... where I talk about some famous people who might have been on the autism spectrum. Here's the link: So Little Time... So Much to Read And here's the post: I’m so pleased to be here at So Little Time… today as part of my blog … Continue reading Blog Tour Visit to So Little Time…
Welcome Back Dear Readers,
This time I am visited by a returning authoress, who visited my very own blog, last year with her book, “The Assistant” namely the lovely Riana Everly.
Welcome Back Riana!
Riana’s new book,“Through a Different Lens” is A tale of second glances and second chances
Elizabeth Bennet has disliked the aloof and arrogant Mr. Darcy since he insulted her at a village dance several months before. But an unexpected conversation with a startling turn of phrase suddenly causes her to reassess everything she thought she knew about the infuriating and humourless gentleman.
Elizabeth knows something of people who think differently. Her young cousin in London has always been different from his siblings and peers, and Lizzy sees something of this boy’s unusual traits in the stern gentleman from Derbyshire whose presence has plagued her for so long. She approaches him in friendship and the two…
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I’m so pleased to have another guest for the blog this month! I was interested in Through a Different Lens when I saw Riana posting on social media about writing Mr. Darcy with Autism. As both of my kids are on the Spectrum, I was eager to see how the story would change with Darcy having such a different way of viewing the world. The book is one of a kind and I loved this chance to interview Mr. Darcy! Riana is also offering a giveaway for my readers!
Considered the father of American Psychiatry, Benjamin Rush was also a signer of the Declaration of Independence, physician, politician, social reformer, humanitarian, and founder of the Dickinson College in Pennsylvania. He was internationally known in the academic and medical worlds for progressive ideas for the mentally ill and handicapped. In Through a Different Lens, we learn that Mr. Darcy…
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It’s release day for Riana Everly’s latest Pride and Prejudice variation, Through a Different Lens, and I’ve invited her here today to talk about the inspiration for her unique take on Mr. Darcy. Please give her a warm welcome!
I am thrilled to be releasing my third novel today, and am equally thrilled to be celebrating here at Diary of an Eccentric. Thanks, Anna, for hosting me.
My new release, Through a Different Lens, takes a slightly different view of Mr. Darcy. What if, rather than merely being aloof or shy or unreasonably proud, he has something else going on, a neurological difference that makes social interactions extremely challenging for him? In short, what if Mr. Darcy is on the autism spectrum?
My inspiration for this question that spawned a novel came from the pen of Jane Austen herself. In Pride and Prejudice, Darcy excuses his…
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