Nat KC   (phorum profile)
Location:Several places in Latin America and the US.
Joined DWG:27 Jun 2010, though I lurked before.
Favorite Jane Austen novel:Pride & Prejudice
Second favorite JA novel:Northanger Abbey
Favorite JA adaptation:P&P2 (1995)

I’m an old (like quite a few Dwiggies) man (like few). I have read voraciously since I was a small child, everything from the labels on the scouring-powder cans in the bathroom to encyclopedias. I love Jane; I also like (for the same era) Georgette Heyer. Being a husband, father and grandfather is probably the most important and rewarding thing I’ve ever done. Reading is fun; writing is almost more fun. (No, it’s not, but it’s fun too!)

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A Clear Path (Crossed Paths I) Written by Nat KC. Dot A sequel to Cheryl K’s, “Crossing Paths,” this story explores the possibilities between a totally unsuspecting Elizabeth Bennet and an already thoroughly enamoured Fitzwilliam Darcy. What further contact between the two Pemberleys might occur? ~P&P~ Last update 07/22/2010 (Fant)

Intertwined Paths (Crossed Paths II) Written by Nat KC. Dot In Cheryl K's “Crossing Paths,” Elizabeth Darcy travelled, via the fountain at the centre of Pemberley's garden maze, to another Pemberley. There she helped another Fitzwilliam Darcy reunite with his sister Georgiana (who had been married to George Wickham and had a daughter with him), and encouraged him to meet the Elizabeth Bennet of that world. In “A Clear Path,” Darcy met Elizabeth and won her hand. Now, four months later, crossings resume between the two Pemberleys. ~P&P~ Last update 03/17/2013 (Fant)

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