21st Century Austen Series

21st Century Austen

The 21st Century Austen series is not a typical series. Instead of a series of books that must be read in order,  it’s an anthology series in a shared universe.  Each book in the series has the thinnest of threads that connect it to the other story, but you don’t need to read any of the others to enjoy just one or more. 

If you’re a member of a book club, check out my guide that includes how to get free copies of the books, discussion questions, and how to set it up so I can visit!

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FAQs about the 21st Century Austen Series

How is Modern Persuasion connected to Phi Alpha Pi?

You can read the short story that mentions this in A Little More Phi Alpha Pi. Emma, from Modern Persuasion, is the editor for Layla Dreyfus, Lizbeth’s mother in Phi Alpha Pi

How is Woodhouse Hall connected to the other books?

You can read these stories in A Little More Woodhouse Hall. Lydia from Phi Alpha Pi eventually transfers to Lacock State, where Jenna is her R.A. and Sally eventually gets a job with Emma from Modern Persuasion.

How is Northanger Parks connected to the other books?

You can read these stories in A Little More Northanger Parks. Lizbeth’s father (from Phi Alpha Pi) is the chef who creates the special menu is Beacon and Charles. Katie graduated from Lacock State (Woodhouse Hall and more) and visits her sorority (a chapter of Phi Alpha Pi) in Career Day. Bella works for Emma’s former employer (Modern Persuasion) and is nearly fired by Karen.

How does The Stash Yarn Shop & Cafe connect to the other books?

Readers have met Carrie, the main character in The Stash, when she appeared in Woodhouse Hall. The Stash is the first book in this series that’s close to a traditional sequel and it won’t be the last.

Do these books connect to the Frozen Wasteland horror books?

This is a shared universe, complete with magic and portals to predatory planets. At this time, it’s safe to assume that all the books I write are in the same universe, but might never have any overlap.

What are the “A Little More” books?

The “A Little More” series are short story collections related to each book. You’ll know which book because it will be in the title! These stories are where you will often see the threads that connect each book in the series in the stories or character profiles.