Category: guest post

Kathe Koja’s Velocities (with Guest Post & Giveaway!)

Today, I’m honored to welcome back to the blog the brilliant Kathe Koja, author of some of my favorite works, including Under the Poppy and Christopher Wild. If you’re not yet familiar with the author, Koja is one of our greatest and most daring… Continue Reading “Kathe Koja’s Velocities (with Guest Post & Giveaway!)”

Author Alex Epstein Shares Ten Stories That Got Away

Hello Readers and Writers!   I would like to take a moment to welcome author Alex Epstein, author of THE CIRCLE CAST, to Roof Beam Reader! Alex is here today to share with us -readers and writers alike- some of those great ideas that just… Continue Reading “Author Alex Epstein Shares Ten Stories That Got Away”

Bridget Jones’s Diary Was My Lean In #AustenInAugustRBR

Please welcome Jill from All the Books I Haven’t Read!  Bridget Jones’s Diary was my Lean In I started my professional career in the year 2000. It doesn’t seem that long ago, but when I think back, things were so different. I didn’t even… Continue Reading “Bridget Jones’s Diary Was My Lean In #AustenInAugustRBR”

Movie Review: Before the Fall #AustenInAugustRBR

Please welcome Amelia from the Central New Jersey Jane Austen Society of North America! When Adam asked for submissions for this year’s Austen in August I knew I wanted the excuse to finally rent and watch “Before the Fall.”  I had been looking forward… Continue Reading “Movie Review: Before the Fall #AustenInAugustRBR”

10 Austenesque Writers #AustenInAugustRBR

Please welcome Jessie from Dwell in Possibility!   It’s a truth universally acknowledged, that six completed novels by Jane Austen is simply not enough. Or at least it’s a truth acknowledged by every Janeite. Once you’ve read (and reread) all of her oeuvre, you may… Continue Reading “10 Austenesque Writers #AustenInAugustRBR”

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