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The new home for Jane Austen related fan fiction.

The New Elegant Extracts
Teresa AF's NEW Jane Austen Fan Fiction web site. A home for new stories, new characters and a new direction.

The Darcy Saga
A fan fiction site based on the 2005 Pride & Prejudice movie adaptation of Jane Austen's novel.

Austen Interlude
Regency and modern Jane Austen fan fiction by Abigail R, Amber, Belen, E., Ellen, HeatherLynn, Lucy, Mariafaith, R.E. Faust, Solange, Suz and Sylvie.

Emma Adaptations Pages
My Emma pages, devoted to all manner of adaptations of the story. My fanfiction is included. :)

Scotch and Sirens
The Scottish Adventures of Miss Elizabeth Bennet, Miss Holly Tournier, Mr. Darcy and Lord Brougham - sequel to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.

Pen & Ink
A small archive of fan fiction inspired by the 2005 film of Pride & Prejudice.

Rosings' Repository
An archive of high-quality Pride and Prejudice fanfiction and fanart.

DJ Clawson's Fan Fiction Series
"The Darcys and the Bingleys" series, character guide, and forums.

Jane Austen's Land of Ahhhs
KaraLou and Sharni present their stories based on Jane Austen's novel, "Pride and Prejudice," both in modern and regency eras.

Jane Greensmith (aka JaneGS) - hardcore Janeite storyteller
Jane's collection of short stories, "Intimations of Austen," provide new insights into the loves, losses, and stories of Austen's beloved characters. This collection of short stories contains Austen ...

The Meryton Assembly
A site with Regency and Modern JA Fan Fiction and Original Works consisting of: A Happy Assembly FF and message boards, The Pemberley Library of downloadable Fan Fiction and Meryton Reading Room with ...

Prawn and Prejudice
Home 'Prawn and Prejudice' - the seaside version of Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' - think bikinis not ballgowns!

All Things Pride and Prejudice (http://foundinausten.blogspot.com)
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen has become the most read book by me. I admire its independent characters who don't play for strangers and stay away from the laws of society obsessed with manners and ...