Poet of Pemberley

This novella was inspired by the conversation between Darcy and Elizabeth in which he answers Elizabeth’s sceptical comment about one sonnet being likely to kill off the feeling of love with these words: “I have been used to consider poetry as the food of love.” More

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About Christopher Webster

"After being turned down by numerous publishers, he decided to write for ... `Smashwords!".
- George Ade, Fables in Slang (amended - Ade's last word was 'posterity')

I started by writing poetry - but nobody read it, so I tried another of my interests: Dark Age fiction - Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and so on. I know what you're thinking (get a life!) but it's a popular niche, and I found that people were actually reading my books. I also write Science Fiction, Jane Austen sequels, all sorts of other stuff - and more poetry (poetry is like a drug for me and I can't give it up). I also write education publications, mainly study notes, which sell far more than anything else I write. Every now and then I return to my major project which is a Dark Age Pentalogy intended to be 1000+ pages long (it's a prose version of my book, Angleland, which is available in etext and paperback). I'm up to page 25 at the moment (just kidding - I have a draft of the whole thing, but it's going to take a lot more long and lonely nights to make it readable). My latest project is my Vortigern Mini-Trilogy. Ironically, it is a spin off from my Dark Age Pentalogy, though the final product will only be about 120 pages in total!

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