Getting moving… — 9 Comments

  1. I am so looking forward to my Woods Hole visit next summer! Maya is already saving her spending cash for The Children’s School of Science!

  2. Good luck with your move Abigail! We move last December after living in the same house for about 25 years. It was big move, even though we still have our house in Arizona and didn’t move everything. What I found hard in that, is trying to figure out what to take and what to leave. Sometimes I’ll want something and think, ack, it’s in AZ!

    The Darcy’s of Derbyshire sounds fantastic! Plus, I’m looking forward to read Mr. Darcy’s Noble Connections with the group!

  3. Sounds lovely, Abigail — the book, and the move to Massachusetts. Plenty of room for your puppy to run, too, and mud to get into, I imagine!

    Good fortune with the move – and I will look forward to reading The Darcys of Derbyshire –

  4. Good luck with the move, Abigail, and I hope that living in a place you love will give you lots of inspiration for many more lovely stories! All the best / xx

  5. My best regards and good luck with your new projects (moving and writing the new novel). But you didn’t mention when “The Darcys of Derbshire” would be available for us your loyal funs to enjoy it?
    P.S. : I’m sorry that I will lose you as my neighbor (I live in Kenosha). That bit made me a little bit proud of myself.

  6. Oh best of luck with the big move! I’ve been in the same town ten years (I never left the town I went to college in!) and it would scare me to move away. Happy your dream is finally coming true! Love that you are still writing in the midst of this big change! Can’t wait to read more about your new book!

  7. Since I live just outside of Boston, I get the Globe, which had a section last Sunday about the Falmouth area (mentioning the campground that shares your dog’s name!). This reminded me of your move – good luck! – and also a question: where exactly is Cassie’s marsh? Is it open to the public? I live about 1 hr away from this area so I could easily visit.

    • Annemarie, Cassie’s marsh is the Great Sippewissett Salt Marsh in West Falmouth, just south of Chapoquoit Beach. The abandoned railroad track that Cassie walked down to get into the marsh has been replaced with the extension of the Shining Sea Bike Trail, so you can walk/bike straight through the marsh with beautiful views to each side. If you zoom in on West Falmouth on Google Maps, the marsh is labelled. You can easily combine it with a visit to Woods Hole.

      Once I’m out there, I’ll be able to show readers around the sights from The Man Who Loved Pride & Prejudice. 🙂

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