Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Author Guest Post + GIVEAWAY!!


Today, I have the great pleasure of receiving Mary Lydon Simonsen




 

author of Searching for Pemberley, here on Enchanted by Josephine!

Thank you, Lucy, for inviting me to post on your blog! Today I’ll talk a little bit about why I chose post-World War II England for the setting of my latest book, Searching for Pemberley, and why I decided to write my novel from an American point of view.

“Write what you know” is a basic rule for many authors. Because I am a baby boomer, I grew up hearing stories from my parents and aunts and uncles about their wartime and postwar experiences. My mother and father had lived in Washington, D.C. throughout the war, and like everyone else in the District of Columbia, they worked for the government. My uncles fought in the Pacific and European theater of operations, and one aunt worked for a government agency in a bombed out Berlin in 1945. I wanted to know everything about their experiences, and when I began to write Searching for Pemberley, I drew on many of their stories for my novel, including that of my main character, Maggie Joyce, who worked for the State Department in Washington during the war.

I have often thought that I was born one generation too late because I love everything about the 1930s (except for the Great Depression) and the 1940s (excluding a war being fought across the breadth of Asia and Europe). The clothes, music, dances, and movies of those decades have great appeal for me. Like my parents, Maggie grew up in Minooka, a dirty coal-mining town in the Pocono Mountains of Eastern Pennsylvania, during the Depression era. In order to escape the ugliness outside her window, she would read Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and be transported to a simpler time.

Ever since I first read Austen’s novel decades ago in my high school English class, I have been reading about the Regency Era. It was a time of balls staged in candlelit ballrooms, where women, attired in Empire dresses, performed complicated dance steps with their partners, men who would be dressed in a dark coat, waistcoat, elaborate neckcloth, breeches, and high leather boots, and where “polite” society was truly polite and followed an unwritten set of rules about how a man and woman would interact.

After the war, Maggie goes to work for the Army Exchange Service in London where she learns that the characters of Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet, the main characters in Pride and Prejudice, may have been based on real people, William Lacey and Elizabeth Garrison. She travels to Montclair Manor in Derbyshire, which may be the storied Pemberley, to find out. While there, she is befriended by Jack and Beth Crowell, who live in a nearby village, and who know if the legend is true. They have their own love story, which is set against the background of the First World War.

In Searching for Pemberley, the epic events of World War I and World War II are contrasted with the elegance of the Regency Era, so I had the three time periods that I was most interested in in one book and where decades of reading and research were put to good use.

The experience of growing up during the Depression and being swept up in the great political and military events of the Second World War shaped the people of my parents’ generation. I admired their perseverance in overcoming the poverty of their youth as well as how they answered the call of their nation to go fight in a war in places so far from home and so different from their own experiences, which is why I chose to write Searching for Pemberley from an American point of view. I wanted to tell their stories. One of those young people affected by these great events is Maggie Joyce, who wanted to get beyond the Pocono Mountains into the wider world, and went to live in England, a country still reeling from the devastation caused by German bombs. While living in London, she meets two men: Rob, an American and former bomber pilot, who saw too much combat, and Michael, a possible descendant of the Lacey/Darcy line. Maggie must choose between the two and, hopefully, will find her own Mr. Darcy.


SEARCHING FOR PEMBERLEY—IN STORES DECEMBER 2009








Set against Regency England, World Wars I and II, and postwar England, three love stories intertwine in surprising and fateful ways

American Maggie Joyce, touring Derbyshire in 1947, visits, Montclair, an 18th century Georgian country house, that she is told was the model for Jane Austen's Pemberley. More amazingly, the former residents of the mansion, William Lacey and Elizabeth Garrison, were the inspiration for the characters of Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice.

Through letters, diary entries, and oral history, Beth and Jack Crowell, a couple who lives in the nearby village of Crofton, share stories of the people they say inspired Jane Austen. They also tell their own love story, made difficult by their vastly different backgrounds—she was one of the social elite while he was the son of a servant. When their son, Michael, travels home from his RAF station in Malta, Maggie may have just found her very own Mr. Darcy.

About the Author
Mary Simonsen grew up in North Jersey with the exciting venues of New York City easily accessible. She is largely self-educated and is especially interested in American and European history and 19th Century novels. In Searching for Pemberley she was able to combine her love of history (World War II and postwar England) with Austen's characters, Miss Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy, and being a romantic, the novel includes three love stories from three different time periods, all thanks to Jane Austen. She lives in Peoria, Arizona. For more information, please visit http://searchingforpemberley.weebly.com/

GIVEAWAY TIME!!! 

Sourcebooks is graciously giving away 2 copies of this wondeful book.  Thank you Danielle! 


Open to Canada and US.


RULES:


1 chance:  Leave a comment telling me what you found most interesting in this guestpost.


5 chances: Become a follower (if you're already a follower, you automatically get this)

5 extra chances for:  every time you Tweet or blog about this


10 bonus for putting this on your sidebar


***Make sure you leave me all links in your comment;)


Good Luck to All!!


Winner announced on December 23rd.


 







302 comments:

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Elise said...

great post, thanks

Margay said...

+1 I find it fascinating that Mary thinks she was born a generation too late because I often felt like I was born in the wrong time period, as well.

+5 I am a follower of this blog.

+5 I tweeted: http://twitter.com/Margay/status/6734980195

+5 And Facebooked: http://www.facebook.com/MargayLeahJustice?ref=profile

Margay

RKCharron said...

Hi :)
Thank you for the excellent guest post by Mary and thank you to Mary for sharing. I enjoyed learning about the backstory to her novel.
(Already a Follower here)
I Tweeted:
http://twitter.com/RKCharron/status/6737307340
Happy Holidays!
RKCharron
PS - Mary's on Twitter! She's @Bibliofilly

MarySimonsen said...

Lucy, Thank you so much for inviting me to post on your blog (which is one of the most eye-catching blogs out there), and thanks to all who comment. It is appreciated. Mary

Pricilla said...

I fine her interest in "polite" society interesting.
I follow +5
I will behave myself with tweeting. I promise
http://twitter.com/BrokenTeepee/status/6738626800
+5
I put it on my sidebar at www.brokenteepee.blogspot.com
+10

and I haven't forgotten about my beautiful Lover's Path post. I haven't had time - do you have any to send me? Maybe you could offer THAT as a giveaway. heh heh

Laura Hartness said...

Thanks for the chance to enter, and an opportunity to get some behind the scenes information on how the book was written. It's very interesting to see how Mary's family had those D.C./governmental ties, which I'm sure adds much to the veracity of the historical fiction.

My entries:

*I'm a follower of the blog

*Tweet: http://twitter.com/lhartness/status/6738165266

*Blog post: http://calicocritic.blogspot.com/2009/12/contests-of-week-december-16.html

*I also added it to my blog's Giveaways sidebar


Thanks for the chance to enter!

Laura Hartness
CalicoCritic@gmail.com

Julie said...

I heard about this book and immediately fell in love. When I went to google the author, I found her fanfiction page and I loved her Pride and Prejudice fanfiction too.

Hearing about family history is always fascinating, even if it's not my own. So it's really interesting to know about Mary's family and their experiences during the war.

+5 I'm a new follower.
+5 Tweeted

Marilyn Brant said...

I found out about this because Margay tweeted (*grin*). Thanks to both Mary and Josphine for the interesting post! WWII is one of the favorite time periods of my husband (a history teacher), and he's an Austen fan, too, so Searching for Pemberley would intrigue us both! Something I was really interested in with your post, Mary, was how you felt yourself to be of a different generation. I know a few others who feel similarly...there's a tie between them an another era. I'm fascinated by that!

Marie Burton said...

Don't enter me..
but I wanted to mention I also feel like I was born at LEAST a generation too late!!
And in the wrong country!

MarySimonsen said...

Thanks for all your comments. It sounds as if several of us would like to time travel. But there's two things I would find difficult to give up: bathrooms and air conditioning. Other than that, I'm game.

Ms. Lucy said...

I think we could all use some time travel at some point! Thank goodness for historical books that take us in journeys to the past, so we can dream awhile. You wrote a wonderful guest post Mary- Thanks so much!

CelticLady said...

The three time periods are interesting. I feel that I have also been born too late. Like medieval Europe.

I am a follower

I posted on my side bar here: www.celticladysramblings.blogspot.com

I twittered here: http://twitter.com/CelticLady1953/status/6752624068

inthehammockblog said...

+1 I found the fact that the setting of the book will contrast America during WWI and WWII with Regency England. This is such a new, fresh concept!

+5 I am a follower

+10 I added a link in my contest sidebar!

Thanks so much hosting the contest!

Linda said...

I liked Ms. Simonsen's remark re. the Regency Era that "polite" society was indeed Polite.
Great post.

I follow through Google Reader.

lcbrower40(at)gmail(dot)com

Laura Hartness said...

Tweeted again - The Thursday Morning Tweet:


http://twitter.com/lhartness/status/6765997083

Thanks!

Laura Hartness
The Calico Critic

Marjorie said...

The time period of the 1940's is what appeals
to me about this book.

I follow by google reader and book blogs.

cenya2 at hotmail dot com

Susieqtpie said...

What a fascinating book! It is now on my must reads for 2010! I love historical fiction and I too love Jane Austin! I learned that this is what the book is about. The cover is beautiful!

Susieqtpie said...

I'm a new follower of your blog! Susieqtpie

arteachersusan at gmail dot com

Susieqtpie said...

I tweeted and I ask for you to friend me on twitter. I'm susieqtpies

http://twitter.com/susieqtpies/status/6778183104

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I put the button on my side bar right above book reviews http://cafescrapper-scrapsoflife.blogspot.com/

Laura Hartness said...

Here's my Thursday evening Tweet:

http://twitter.com/lhartness/status/6781070587

Thanks!

Laura

Pricilla said...

I tweeted
http://twitter.com/BrokenTeepee/status/6787533879

and I fixed the link on my blog...sorry about that. I am a computer bobo.

Laura Hartness said...

Friday morning tweet!

Link to Contest Tweet

Thanks

Laura Hartness
The Calico Critic

Anonymous said...

I like the 'write what you know' piece of advice. This sounds like a fabulous book...thanks for the opportunity to read it.

karenk
kmkuka(at)yahoo(dot)com

Laura Hartness said...

Friday evening tweet!

http://twitter.com/lhartness/status/6818434013

Laura Hartness
The Calico Critic

Meredith said...

Ms Lucy you are the winner of my "Searching for Pemberley" giveaway!! Please email me your address, so I can pass it on to Sourcebooks!

Meredith
merry816@aol.com

Ms. Lucy said...

Hey Meredith!! This is tooo amazing!! The whole time I have this same Giveaway going on and wishing I could actually get this book myself! Proves that wishing hard really works. Thanks so much!

Good Luck to my readers here as well! Can't wait to find out who will win here at my place...Dec. 23rd will tell:)

Laura Hartness said...

Lucy-- That's so great you won the giveaway! You should have received a complimentary copy anyway. Thanks for hosting this one.

Saturday morning tweet:

http://twitter.com/lhartness/status/6832855149

Thanks!

Laura Hartness
The Calico Critic

Allie ~ Hist-Fic Chick said...

Hi Lucy! :) You don't have to enter me in this giveaway but I just wanted to say that I think this is such an interesting guest post! I loved reading how Mary drew inspiration from the stories of her childhood that her parents used to tell her about the war. Thanks!

Laura Hartness said...

Good morning! Here's my Sunday morning tweet:

http://twitter.com/lhartness/status/6859139230

Thanks!

Laura Hartness
The Calico Critic

Everyday Mom of 1 said...

I love that the author feels she was born one generation to late, I sometimes feel like that to. haleyathome@gmail.com

Laura Hartness said...

Whew...long day. I'm glad it's time for the Sunday evening tweet:

http://twitter.com/lhartness/status/6875150206

Thanks!

Laura Hartness

Laura Hartness said...

Monday morning tweet-- Brrrrr...

http://twitter.com/lhartness/status/6894717343

Thanks!

Laura

Muse in the Fog said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Muse in the Fog said...

+1 ....I love how she was able to write about
all the time periods she loved in one book!
Sounds very interesting.

+5...Follower of this Blog

+5 tweeted it http://twitter.com/SL_CraftyMommy

+10 placed it on my sidebar (took forever to
figure out! lol)
http://muse-in-the-fog.blogspot.com/

Thank you!

Laura Hartness said...

Monday evening tweet-- or at least, Monday evening still on the East coast!

http://twitter.com/lhartness/status/6919354227

Thanks!

Laura

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