Twists of Fate by Joana Starnes – Ask me anything & Giveaway

Good Afternoon everyone, 

Today I’m very happy to welcome Joana Starnes at From Pemberley to Milton to talk about her upcoming release Twists of Fate

Joana is a dear friend and one of my favorite authors, so I am always eagerly anticipating her releases. In fact, as soon as I finish one of her books, I immediately ask her when she will write the next one because I just wanted to continue getting involved in her writing and her characters. Twists of Fate is a forced marriage scenario, and I am sure Joana will make it an incredible and unforgettable story! She is particularly good at showing the reader the intensity of her character’s feelings, and with a forced marriage scenario, I imagine she will have plenty of scenes to work on that 🙂

Today she is sharing some information about this new book and answering all your questions! So if there is something you’ve always wanted to ask her, go ahead! Check out all the information she is sharing about the new book tto, I am sure you’ll get very curious. All questions will be entered into the giveaway of 2 ebook copies of Twists of Fate

Thank you so much for visiting Joana! I am looking forward to reading and reviewing this book 🙂 And…to visit Pemberley with you once more 😉

P.S – I looooove the book’s cover 🙂


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Thank you, Rita, for welcoming me today, on the blog tour for my new Pride and Prejudice variation, Twists of Fate.


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I thought I might start by sharing a few titbits about the book, and then if there is anything else you’d like to know, please leave a comment and I’ll try to answer without too many spoilers. If you would like spoilers, that’s absolutely fine too. I can message you privately or email you, and spill the beans.

The idea for Twists of Fate hit me while I was minding my own business and writing a short and cheery story that sprung from a chat that Rita, Glynis and I had at Pemberley.

(Goodness, I can’t believe it’s been over 2 years! Far too long! I do hope we get to meet up at Pemberley again soon!)


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(Lyme Park, 4 Feb 2019)

I started writing the cheery story last spring and I was having a wonderful time with it, but then the new idea came and grabbed me, and just wouldn’t let go!

If you haven’t seen the book trailer yet, have a quick peek. The music really, really makes it (thank you, Aaron Kenny, for this exquisite piece!!)

 

So, the titbits:

Some of the things I hope you’ll be pleased to find in Twists of Fate:

  • Our favourite characters get together very early. They marry a week and a day after the Netherfield ball;
  • The early marriage is all due to Wickham, who ends up helping Darcy more than he knows (and far more than he could possibly wish!);
  • All those who set out to injure our dear couple (including, but not limited to the dastardly Mr Wickham) end up helping them in one way or another, and making their bond stronger;
  • There is angst (of course there’s angst 😀 ), but there are lots of romantic moments in between, and a good dose of besottedness;
  • There is courtship – slow-burn, tantalising courtship – as they tiptoe towards intimacy. On that note, I think this is my most daring book yet. Not explicit, never explicit, but it’s certainly daring!
  • Elizabeth is brave even when she is flummoxed;
  • Our favourite characters learn to open up and talk, really talk, and share their feelings – even Mr Darcy (and he gets over his aversion to dancing, too).
  • Did I mention the besottedness?

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Now, in the interest of full disclosure, there are a few things that make me think I’d better buy a helmet, put it on and wait for the shower of turnips:

  • Georgiana speaks out when she shouldn’t;
  • Darcy doesn’t speak out when he should.
  • The book is called Twists of Fate for a whole lot of reasons. Some of them might not be what you expect.

 

And that’s it from me for now. Thanks for reading, and I’m looking forward to your questions. Please add them to the comments section and I’ll reply asap. Everyone who has a share in the conversation will be entered in the giveaway. But you don’t have to think of a question to enter! If there’s nothing you’d like to ask, please stop by for a chat and a chance to win a Kindle copy of Twists of Fate. There are 2 up for grabs. The giveaway is international and it’s open until 15 Jul 2021. Good luck!

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Twists of Fate will be released on 22 July and is now available on pre-order.

You can find the pre-order link here 

(Another excerpt is posted there for your reading pleasure 🙂 )

Thanks for stopping by, and thanks again, Rita, for welcoming me here today!


 

What if Mr Collins shocked Elizabeth with his base conduct at the time of his proposal, thus sending her dashing out of her house, and into the arms of Mr Darcy? What if that accidental encounter was witnessed, and impropriety was assumed? What if Mr Darcy was glad of the excuse to marry his heart’s desire – only to have his best hopes blasted within hours of his wedding? What if he found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time more than once?

Evil rumours, an early marriage, a dreadful misunderstanding, an old secret and good intentions gone awry. What if ‘I do’ is not the end, but the beginning of the adventure?

Twists of Fate is available for pre-order at: 

Amazon.com

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NEW blog tour

More excerpts and giveaways at other stops on the blog tour:

17 Jun 2021 ~ Austen Variations ~ Giveaway and Excerpt: A ride in the rain

24 Jun 2021 ~ Austen Variations ~ Ongoing Giveaway and Excerpt: A fiery Mr Darcy

28 Jun 2021 ~ Austenesque Reviews ~ Cover Reveal, Giveaway and Excerpt: A very un-Hunsford-like proposal

5 Jul 2021 ~ Babblings of a Bookworm ~ Giveaway and Guest post: Breaking the wall of silence

8 Jul 2021 ~ From Pemberley to Milton ~ Giveaway and ‘Ask me anything!’ (I’ll try to answer without too many spoilers)

13 Jul 2021 ~ Austen Variations ~ Ongoing Giveaway and Excerpt: If anything can go wrong… (Murphy’s Law ~ the JAFF version)

16 Jul 2021 ~ Austenesque Reviews ~ Giveaway and… [my lips are sealed, but I hope you’ll like it]

22 Jul 2021 ~ Austen Variations ~ Launch Day!


NEW author bio

Joana Starnes is the author of eleven Austen-inspired novels and a contributor to the Quill Ink anthologies. All her novels are available at Amazon in Kindle and paperback, and some in Audible too: Joana’s Amazon Page.

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You can connect with Joana on: 

Facebook     Austen Variations     Website

Instagram     Twitter

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95 responses to “Twists of Fate by Joana Starnes – Ask me anything & Giveaway

  1. sheilalmajczan

    LOVED this story and am now rereading it. All of Joana’s stories have been 5 star reviews from me. Her prose cannot be outdone. Loved the video images and music! Best of luck with the release.

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  2. Mihaela

    Coucou Joana & Rita!
    Was eagerly waiting for this meeting 🙂
    (Rita can attest too, sorry dear Rita)
    And now… to the serious business of asking questions!
    I had some questions only you waylaid me: cheery story?! As in no angst? No tormenting Darcy? Hmmmm …

    I actually find that I am rather content with whatever delightful morsel (excerpts or snippets of information) you chose to share and just looking forward to the release day 😉

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    • Yep, I was writing a cheery story, with virtually no angst At least that was the plan. And then look what happened 😀 😀

      Thanks so much for your kind words, Mihaela, and for following the blog tour. Two more morsels coming up until Launch Day: an ‘I want to bang their heads together’ morsel and another one to make up for the first. Thanks for putting up with the wait, and with me sporting with your patience!

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      • mihaelahercaud

        I don’t know the proper etiquette and if I may still reply🤭
        But I find I have a question; you said all (most?) baddies manage actually to help them in various ways. Wickham, obviously, the first…
        I was therefore wondering if dear Caro does it as well.. we know she has a way to” help ” Darcy focus and crystallize his ideas (fine eyes, the stroll at Netherfield about the room, after the visit at Pemberley etc…). What would she do now?

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  3. Glynis

    Well obviously this book will be high on my favourites list! I can’t think of any questions about it so I will ask if you are now back to writing our cheery story? Personally I think that Rita and I have been extremely patient, but I will admit that I do love this book so I will manage to be a little more patient! Please don’t enter me in the giveaway Rita! Good luck to everyone else and take care. Hopefully we will be enjoying tea and scones again soon and even more hopefully we will have more wonderful ideas? 🙂

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    • I think so too, Glynis!! You and Rita have been even more patient and forgiving than Jane Bennet! Thank you!! And bad me!! I’ll get to it asap.
      I can’t wait to chat with you face to face again! Take care and see you again soon!

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  4. evamedmonds

    I love that you said you were minding your own business when the story line interrupted you! I am fond of a forced marriage, and it will be fun to see Darcy court Elizabeth. How does Wickham help them in a positive way? That one is hard to imagine. Thank you for the giveaway.

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    • I’m so glad you like the premise, Eva! Oh yes, Wickham helps them a lot, even if he means to be the very opposite of helpful. His dastardly ploy keeps Darcy in Hertfordshire and gets ODC to the altar in no time at all. And he helps with the proposal too. He’ll want to kick himself :)))
      Best of luck in the giveaway and thanks for stopping by to chat!

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  5. Cynthia

    Congratulations Joana on your new book!

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  6. Adele Dorfner Roth

    I have loved Joanne’s very angsty books. Have you ever thought of writing a minimal angst book?

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  7. Valentina

    Hello Joana, first of all let me thank you for this blog tour of your book. I wait for each new update of it. It’s great to find out some information about the book before reading it.

    I do have a question. When Darcy offers for Elizabeth so early, is he already in love with her? I thought that after Netherfield ball he likes her but not love her.

    Will there be any interactions with Darcy relations? What about Caroline, will we see her in the story?

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    • Hi, Valentina
      Thanks for following the blog tour, I’m so glad you’re enjoying it!

      I think it’s safe to say that the coin hasn’t quite dropped yet for Mr Darcy. He thinks it’s an ‘intractable infatuation’ (where’s the eye-roll emoticon when I need it? 😀 ) and is rather glad to find himself honour-bound to offer for Elizabeth.

      I hope you’ll be pleased to hear that we don’t see hide or hair of Lady Cat, but Caroline is around…

      Best of luck in the giveaway and I can’t wait to hear what you think of the story.

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    • Oh yes, I forgot about Darcy’s other relations. There is some interaction with them, but not much.

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  8. Luisa1111

    I couldn’t wait to learn more so I read the excerpt on Amazon. I can even smell the aroma of jasmine and gardenia—favorites of mine. I await their journey to love and happiness.

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    • Thanks for reading the Amazon excerpt, Luisa! I’m so glad that the aroma of jasmine and gardenia is a favourite of yours! Can I tell you how come I came to pick this combination? It’s to do with Jane Austen again, albeit in a roundabout way. A very good friend sent me this ‘Paddywax Library-Jane Austen’ candle for Christmas. It’s gardenia-tuberose-and-jasmine-scented, and it smells AMAZING!! (I still have it on my desk and I keep opening the box for the odd sniff for inspiration :)) ). The poor tuberose was left out of the story because it’s a Victorian flower, but we know it’s there, in the mix.
      Thanks for stopping by and best of luck in the giveaway!

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  9. J. W. Garrett

    [Don’t include me in the giveaway] Thanks, Rita for hosting. You always have the best guests and amazing pictures. I appreciate the fact you included the group picture in this post.

    Hello, Joana. I suppose I’m stalking you… again. LOL! I loved this story and, like Sheila, will read it again. I am so excited about your launch. Blessings on its success. I hope you were able to go back to the short and cheery story that you mentioned. LOL! Not greedy… well maybe a little.

    Everyone be safe and healthy.

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    • Blessings to you too, dear Jeanne, and thanks so much for everything! I’m over the moon that you liked the story!! I’ll get on with the cheery one asap, and hope I won’t be waylaid this time 😀
      Stay safe and healthy too, and all the best!

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  10. I perfectly happy with your writings, as my five star ratings declare. My only question would be: How soon will the next one be available?😁
    And now I thought of another: Do multiple entries from multiple FB postings get reduced to one?

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    • Thank you, I’m so happy you like my writing! The next one shouldn’t take too long. The cheery story I was planning to go back to is supposed to be much shorter.
      Not sure if I got the right end of the stick re your other question, but if it’s about the giveaways, no, they’re independent, so please put your name in the hat for the giveaways on the other blogs too. Best of luck and thanks for reading.

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  11. Jennifer Redlarczyk

    So fun! Love the trailer. Best Wishes and I look forward to reading another great tale. Thanks Ladies!

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  12. maomac

    I look forward to all the “besottedness.” Is this what Darcy does not talk about when he should? I am glad to see that you indicate Darcy does learn to talk things out eventually. Who has the old secret? Darcy? Elizabeth? Or someone else? Joana – I wish you the best of luck with the release and know I will thoroughly this as I have all of your books.

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    • Hi Mary!
      I’m so glad you’re looking forward to the besottedness! There’s plenty of it, once they stop being silly. And Darcy does talk about it at length :))
      The ‘old secret’ is his, and the good intentions too. Thanks so much for your wonderful words about my books, and I hope you’ll enjoy this one too.

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  13. Dés Vicktoria

    That video clip is fabulous, the music combined with the amazing photos gave me goose-bumps! I can’t WAIT to read the entire story!!! Thank you, THANK YOU for continuing to supply us poor addicts with more reading material!

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    • Thank YOU, Vicktoria, for reading my books, and huge thanks to you and to all the kind readers who keep me writing with their wonderful words of encouragement!

      I’m so happy you liked the video clip. Making it was a weird combination of delight and nightmare 😀 Every time I listened to it I wanted to tweak it a little bit, so that this slide or the other shows up when the music swells just so. One form of crazy… :)))

      The music gives me goosebumps too. I’m so grateful to the artist who created this beautiful piece, and made it available to the rest of us.

      Best wishes, and thanks for stopping by today!

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  14. Christina Boyd

    I love how Austen brought your friendship together. Can’t wait to meet Rita in RL one day. I already love Joana and count the days to meet up again. Btw this book is everything I hoped it would be. I was lucky to read a beta copy and am looking forward to reading the published novel.

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    • This is the best part of our Austen world, Christina! I’m so happy that it brought us together, and I can’t wait until we meet again!! It was so wonderful to be able to chat with you face to face. Hope the world stops going crazy and we get the chance to get together again. Thanks for reading my book, and wishing you lots of inspiration and best of luck with yours. It sounds absolutely amazing, and I can’t wait to get my mitts on it!!

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  15. Brenda Webb Bigbee

    I have a question. How do you come up with such great premises?? Just kidding but I love all your tales and this appears to be another winner. Cannot wait to dig in to the whole book! Congrats, girl!

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  16. Pam Hunter

    I’m SO looking forward to this! Bring on the angst and the besotted-ness! I can’t wait to see how the story plays out. Thanks so much for the chance to win a copy!

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  17. Laura Jimenez

    Oh . My….these tidbits are as tantalising as could me. Won’t read anything else until I have my book. It’s wonderful to read aboutvthe story behind the story. You know I love your work. Can’t wait for this one! Please take care and keep on having fun. God bless.

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  18. Marie H

    Ohhh, I love the sound of they “ learn to open up and talk, really talk, and share their feelings”! I see another five-star review in the making. Is Georgiana the cause of the angst? I’m going to unabashedly ask if you ever are in need of another ARC reader, I’d be honoured. This FMS sounds right up my alley, and I loved every tidbit you shared. Can’t wait till this is released! Thanks for sharing!

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    • Thanks, Marie, I’m so glad you like the premise and the excerpts! I loved to imagine them talking and sharing, once they let their guard down.
      There’s a storm cloud blowing towards them from Georgiana’s direction, but she’s not causing the greatest share of trouble. Thanks for your offer too. I hope we can find each other on FB or on my website. Best wishes and thanks for stopping for a chat!

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  19. Kerry

    I don’t have a question for Joana, but always eagerly await her new books. She was one of the first JAFF authors I found and has remained a favourite ever since. I can’t wait to read this one too. I do like it when ODC get together early and lots of angst follows.

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    • Thank you, Kerry! It’s so wonderful to hear that you enjoy my books and that I was one of the first JAFF authors you found. I hope you’ll like my next too. ODC get together very early, and the angst is guaranteed (coz I just can’t help myself :). ). Best wishes and thanks for visiting!

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  20. Robin G.

    I am looking forward to reading this, and I love FMS. Joana, besides the original books and JAFF, what do you like to read? Good luck with the new release!

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    • Thanks, Robin, I’m so glad you’d like to read this. You got me, the original books and JAFF are my main diet 🙂 . But other than that, it depends. Of the ones that pop to mind just now, I loved Daphne du Maurier’s novels, the Poldark series, John Galsworthy, Bill Bryson, James Clavell, some of the classics and all the books on Regency minutiae that I can get my hands on. Thanks for stopping to chat and have a lovely weekend.

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  21. TC

    I don’t want to ask any questions because I like to know only the vaguest premise before I read the book. All I need to know is that Joana Starnes wrote the book, and I know I will love it. I am curious about how often you visit Jane Austen sites, such as Lyme House.

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    • Thank you, TC! I’m so happy you love my books!
      I used to go to Jane Austen’s house a few times a year (maybe 3-4), to Lyme maybe 1-3 times, to Netherfield 2005 more frequently (it’s closer), but I haven’t been to any of those places since Feb 2020… I really need to do something about it 🙂
      Best wishes and thanks for stopping by today.

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  22. Deborah

    What a happy picture of three lovely ladies!
    And I LOVE the besottedness starry night pic and quote.
    It just keeps getting better and better! 😉

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  23. I’m so excited for this release and hope it will eventually be released on audio as well.

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  24. Mary Preston

    The titbits are intriguing.

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  25. pedmisson

    So I assume that all of those against the match will help to strengthen Elizabeth and Darcy’s understanding of one another making the bonds.of love grow faster?

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  26. I love the book trailer and can’t wait to read this story with its tantalising besottedness!

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  27. Colleen

    So Looking forward to this!

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  28. Hermia

    Oh sounds amazing!

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  29. alexandrariverstories

    I feel honored and lucky to have read this story and be able to say what a gorgeous novel this is!!!
    It has romance, it has angst, it has a sweet Darcy who tiptoes around his feelings, his desires, and his new wife, it has misunderstandings (it is Austen!), it has stuff one would have hoped were misunderstandings and it has humor!!!
    What more can I ask?
    Well, I have one request!
    What is this other cheery story? When will it be written?

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    • Huge thanks, Alexandra, for this and everything else!! (Esp. your saintly patience whenever I was flapping, and Mr Darcy’s delicious curl and adorable new chin :)) and all the awesome tips & fixes for the cover!!)
      I’m over the moon that you loved the story so much. I’ll get to the cheery one as soon as this one’s out, and let’s see how that goes 😉 . With any luck, I’ll finish it quickly instead of running off to chase some other angsty plot that the wicked muse dangles before me 😀 😀
      Thanks again and have a lovely weekend!

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      • alexandrariverstories

        The problem is that I like the angsty stories your muse dangles before you. Now I don’t know what to wish!

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  30. Lois

    I don’t have a question, but I’ve read 3 of your books so far, my favorites (so far) being “The Unthinkable Triangle” and Mr Bennet’s Duitiful Daughter. I look forward to Twists of Fate.

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    • I’m so glad that ‘The Unthinkable Triangle’ and ‘Mr Bennet’s Dutiful Daughter’ were your favourite ones, Lois! Big wave from one angst-lover to another :)) . Thanks for stopping by to let me know, and best of luck in this giveaway! I hope you’ll like ‘Twists of Fate’ too.

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  31. Lois

    (Apologies if this is a duplicate – I might have hit the wrong button and I don’t see my comment here). Anyway, I don’t have a question, but I love your books, my favorites so far are “Mr Bennet’s Dutiful Daughter” and “The Unthinkable Triangle.” Bring on the angst & besottedness!

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    • Hi, Lois!
      Not sure how it works, but luckily I can see both comments. (Thought I’d reply to this one too, just in case you can only see one of them).
      I’m so glad that ‘The Unthinkable Triangle’ and ‘Mr Bennet’s Dutiful Daughter’ were your favourites! Big wave from one angst-lover to another :)) . Thanks for visiting today, and I hope you’ll like ‘Twists of Fate’ too. Best of luck in this giveaway and thanks for taking part.

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  32. ForeverHis

    I’m a day late to this party–spend yesterday afternoon with my doctor. UGH! I am soooo looking forward to this book. A FMS, plus Darcy courting his lady, plus Wickham being unintentionally helpful. Wow! What a combination. Congrats on another release. Can I still be entered into the drawing?

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  33. I’m so looking forward to reading Twists of Fate! My question…do you think it helps you as you write JAFF that you are British? If yes, how so?

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    • Hi Wendy!
      Thank you, I’m so glad you’re looking forward to reading it! Thanks for your question too. I think that in many ways JAFF is a state of mind, and thanks to the www and Google Earth we can immerse ourselves in Jane Austen’s England from the comfort of our own sofa, but back in the day when we could move around freely, it was lovely to sit and daydream with pen & paper in some place that reminded me of Austen and P&P, or find inspiration where I least expected. Thanks for stopping by to chat! Take care and have a lovely weekend.

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  34. Loved the trailer.

    denise

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  35. Xena Anne

    I think I’ll love reading all those twists.

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  36. Joy Friday

    They marry shortly after the Netherfield ball? Nice! Sounds tantalizing! So looking forward to reading another of your wonderful books!

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  37. Beatrice

    I preordered last month; how could I not?
    Could you please share the link for the book video? I watched it some time ago with the sound off, and am now in a place where I could have the sound on, but cannot find the video.

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    • Hi Beatrice!
      Oh dear, so sorry I didn’t see your comments on the day. I was still wrestling with the tweak monster. This is the link, but it might not be active if I just type it here in comments.

      I won’t know until I hit ‘Post Comment’ but if it doesn’t come up as an active link, you can type my name in the Youtube search box and one of the channels that show up should be ‘All Roads Lead to Pemberley.’ The video is on autoplay there. Best wishes and I hope you can listen to that lovely piece.

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  38. Ginna

    They marry a week and a day after the Netherfield ball?! In canon, I think FD was only intrigued in EB at that point. I can imagine that he wasn’t very happy about the situation, and EB was probably very angry about it too.

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    • Hi Ginna
      I’m tempted to think he was a bit more than intrigued, but if I read too much between the lines I hope you won’t mind where my flights of fancy took me 😉 Best wishes and thanks for reading.

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  39. Jen D

    In the writing of this, did you end up having to cut out many words or were the word causalities at the cutting table few? Plus, to go along with that question, was there a particular scene or two that you wish could have stayed? If I remember, there was or will be a deleted scene during the blog tour; however, I was not sure if there were any other scenes in particular that you liked writing and wish you could have kept.

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    • Hi, Jen!
      LOL I love this! ‘Word casualties’ :)) Yes, there were some. I was planning to go in a very different direction halfway through the story. Not with ODC, with Georgiana. But then I thought ‘Never mind, that would make the book even longer, and D & E have more than enough to deal with as it is.’
      I hope you’ll be glad to hear that the parts I took out would have increased the angst and the tension, so we’re better off without them 😉
      Take care, Jen, have a good day, and thanks for the lovely chat!

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  40. buturot

    Looking forward to reading this book. Even more enticed now Rita because of your reviews and intriguing tidbits.

    Thanks for sharing the picture… we are all jealous now 😉

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  42. KateB

    ODC will have plenty of misunderstandings I’m sure. And Darcy is known to speak when he shouldn’t and be silent when he should speak. 🤦‍♀️ I’m looking forward to reading this new book Joana. ❤️

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    • “And Darcy is known to speak when he shouldn’t and be silent when he should speak.” LOL Kate. So true :)))
      Thank you, I’m so glad you’re looking forward to reading it. All the best and I hope you’ll like it.

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  43. When authors penned their story, they usually think that an actor/actress is the perfect embodiment for the characters they are writing. Who do you have in mind when it comes to Darcy (besides Colin Firth of course)? How about Elizabeth, Jane, Georgiana, Bingley, Caroline and maybe Wickham? Do tell us, Joana.

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    • Oh, the usual suspects 😉 You know them all. But I must admit I totally fell in love with Lily James as soon as I saw her in PPZ. Perfect as Lizzy!
      Thanks for reading and all the best!

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