Melissa de la Cruz’s Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe reads like an adequate fanfiction—not good, but not nearly bad enough to be hilari-good, either.
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Curtis Sittenfeld's clever and lively retelling of Pride and Prejudice would make Jane Austen proud (and leave her blushing profusely).
Julie Eshbaugh’s Ivory and Bone takes ideas from Pride and Prejudice on a time-travel trip back to the Stone Age.
Duh nuh nuh nuh nuh nuh, duh nuh nuh nuh nuh nuh, YEAH!
In preparation for the release of The Epic Adventures of Lydia Bennet, Alix takes a look at the first Lizzie Bennet Diaries spin-off book.
Jane Austen's beloved classic gets the Bollywood treatment!
Alix reads Darcy's Vampire Desire by Regina Jeffers, and it goes exactly as well as you would expect.
Alix reviews Georgiana Darcy's Diary, Anna Elliott's Pride & Prejudice sequel that asks, "What happened to ickle Georgie?"
In this super important post, let's discuss the end of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, transmedia, and what you'd liked to see next out of Pemberley Digital.
A scientific examination of a Beauty & the Beast/LBD fan video, because we're all in withdrawal.
Your weekly dish of internet distractions.
William Darcy finally makes an appearance on The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, and not just as Jane in a newsie cap. What's the verdict?
A review of Karen Doornebos's The Bachelor-meets-Pride and Prejudice masterpiece, Definitely Not Mr. Darcy.
We anticipate a bad case of TEABTW (The End of an Awesome Blog Theme Week) to befall each and everyone one of you after today, for how will we get by with no more Pride and Prejudice? By watching these movies which allow us to spend a little more time Feelin' Austentatious.
Megan harnesses the fearsome power of The Google to find you the best gifts and merchadise based on Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Erin reviews Linda Berdoll's Mr Darcy Takes a Wife, the first self-pub she ever had the fortune (?) of reading.
Finally, we'll all have something to do whilst the men retire to pass the port after dinner!
The 1995 mini-series and 2005 film go head to head in an epic battle to determine which adaptation reigns supreme.
Alix reviews Epic Fail by Claire LaZebnik, a teen retelling of Pride and Prejudice
Let's get short-waisted!
Desperate to raise yourself in Caroline Bingley's esteem? Break out your needles and check out a few of these patterns from around the internet, and get busy. You know your modern sewing machine would have Miss Bingley's maid green with envy!
A review of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Were there really no zombies in the original story?
FYA invites you to kick it Mr. Hurst-style with an official Pride & Prejudice movie drinking game
"Chef" Lee recruits Sous-Chef Alix to help make Pride and Prejudice-inspired food. There was no pride to be found anywhere in the kitchen that day.
...that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife. Megan reads Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice for the first time, ever, as the literally classic gets the official FYA book report treatment.
Alix takes a look at a board game based on the classic Pride & Prejudice and decides that playing by the rules is overrated.
Erin kicks off Pride and Prejudice week with a look at several of P&P's covers . . . and a willful forgetfulness which allows her to summise the plot of the book.
Alix is extremely concerned about Mr. Darcy’s dry cleaning bill in this review of Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star by Heather Lynn Rigaud
A review of Prom & Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulberg, a Pride & Prejudice retelling about some high schoolers who are way too obsessed with prom.
Is this Longbourn or Neptune? Smarty Pants Elizabeth R. shows how Pride & Prejudice may have inspired Veronica Mars.
Erin suggests plenty of British shows for your holiday viewing pleasure!
Dr. Erin psychoanalyzes the bookshelves of the FYA ladies.
Even the best YA books aren't perfect, and Erin is exceptionally skilled at picking them apart. Because she likes to complain.