Here is my interview with Riana Everly

Come and read my interview with Fiona Mcvie at Authors Interviews!

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Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie.

Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age?

Hello everyone. I’m Riana Everly, old enough to have a child at university, but young enough to deny it!

Fiona: Where are you from?

I am originally from South Africa, but I have been in Canada since I was eight. I have lived in Edmonton, Calgary and Montreal, and now call Toronto home.

 Fiona: A little about your self (ie,  your education, family life, etc.).

I have studied a little bit of everything. I started off in Medical Science before deciding that I was not prepared to give up my real passion, which is Music. I have a performance diploma in viola and a dregree in Music History, and went on to do my graduate work in Medieval Studies focusing…

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The Assistant Continued

epilogue

When the lovely Sophia at Interests of a Jane Austen Girl first read The Assistant, she commented how much she would love an epilogue to the story. Well, her wish is my command, and it was an undertaking I was more than pleased to dive into. Here is my offering, a short story that acts as an epilogue to the novel. I hope you enjoy it!

 

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Hi Guys!

I know it has been a while, but lovely Riana Everly has been good enough to write an epilogue for her amazingly good book, “The Assistant”since I asked if we couldn’t get a view of Edward and his unconventional wife later in life, and with a grownup Elizabeth with Darcy. And lately, Riana has returned from her trip to Europe with her family, and sent me the copy of the aforementioned Epilogue!

You can contact Riana via these links;

Universal link to the book: www.books2read.com/theassistant

Website: www.rianaeverly.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/RianaEverly/

Twitter: @RianaEverly

Now, I will let you read the Epilogue/Short Story! Happy Reading!

The Assistant – Epilogue: A short story
by Riana Everly

Summer, 1816

Edward looked down onto the streets of Derby from his room at the inn. The cobblestones shone wet from the night’s heavy rains and the air hung heavy with the smell of smoke, but…

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The Assistant Guest Post & Giveaway

It’s a perfect day for this post, since I just got home from the fabric store myself. There were no surprise visitors awaiting me when I returned, however.

From Pemberley to Milton

Good Morning everyone,

My first post this month is a guest post from Riana Everly who has recently release a Pride and Prejudice prequel called The Assistant, and whom I absolutely love to receive at From Pemberley to Milton.

Riana is an incredibly nice person with whom I love to chat, share experiences and talk about cultural differences, but her interesting remarks are not limited to our conversations, they extend to her guest posts and that is one of the reasons why I love having her in my blog. Apart from personalizing each guest post, and adapting it to the blog which is receiving her, she always does her best to bring to my readers interesting and different posts where you can learn something new. Today she explores the Milton connection with a brief survey of some types of textiles used for clothing in the 18th and 19th centuries and I really hope you…

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Blog Tour: More Agreeably Engaged

Part of the story in The Assistant takes place at a masked ball for Twelfth Night. There, our intrepid hero meets a young woman who intrigues him, but he never sees her face. What sorts of costumes might he have spotted at the ball? Read my guest post at More Agreeably Engaged to find out!

Blog Tour: Babblings of a Bookworm

Who better to sketch the character of Edward Gardiner's new assistant than Miss Elizabeth Bennet. And if she is only nine years old at the time of the sketching, well, there's an innocent wisdom in youth, is there not? Come and see what Little Lizzy has to say at Babblings of a Bookworm.