When I came across a piece of graph paper in 2006, I decided to try making a crossword puzzle, just to see if I could, and the words in Pride and Prejudice came to mind, so I made a crossword based on that beloved Jane Austen book. But what about numbers in the blocks? Another piece of paper, and I added the numbers. But how to put the two–puzzle and clues–together? I … Read More
Carolyn Meisel, a member of the Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA) for more than 20 years, is active in her Rochester region and a 2015 presenter at the JASNA Annual General Meeting in Kentucky. She has created a series of six puzzle books based on Jane Austen’s novels. Carolyn was born in Fairmont, West Virginia, and now lives with her husband David in Geneseo, New York. David and Carolyn were high-school sweethearts. They married in 1962. After graduating from Fairmont State … Read More
The puzzle books arrived safe and sound--very well packed. Thanks very much. I look forward to many a happy Austen hour with them. I really like your including maps with the puzzles. An image, including a map, is always a good mnemonic....
The plastic sheet is another good idea. Thanks for including one...
We're enjoying the P&P puzzle book immensely, by the way. Am soooo impressed by how much work has gone into making each puzzle. Thanks for doing it because we're really enjoying ourselves.