I would love to hear from you!

You can contact me via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or good old-fashioned email! πŸ˜‰


Twitter handle: @CassGrafton

Instagram: @cassgraftonauthor

Email: cass (dot) grafton (at) yahoo (dot) com

29 Responses to Contact

  1. Boon Jacobs says:

    I have really enjoyed your first two volumes of a Fair Prospect, looking forward to Volume 3. Please finish and publish the last volume in this series and move on to another P&P variation. I will follow you.


  2. Thank you so much! I am well on the way with a new story but I am keen to get the last book of this story out there before I can focus on it. Thank you so much taking the time to comment.


    • Tonia says:

      I really enjoyed your first two books and wondered if you have ever considered doing a retelling of Mr. Knightly and Emma? I have always loved Mr. Knightly.


      • Hi Tonia. Sorry, I’ve only just seen this for some reason! I too love Mr Knightley very much! I do have an idea for a Persuasion/P&P crossover, but I don’t know if I know the characters of Emma well enough to do them justice. πŸ˜€


  3. Janet says:

    Have just finished both vol 1 and 2. I am so glad you are nearly finished vol 3. I love all Jane Austen’s work and have read quite few authors trying to take on her stories. I have to say you have mastered this Art and I am sure Miss Austen would agree. Please continue to bring pleasure and delight to us all. Janet Gallagher.


  4. Marion McVanner says:

    Thank you for those delightful volumes 1 and 2. Eagerly awaiting vol 3, I am checking your website almost daily now to see if you’ve finished and are ready to publish. Please don’t keep us in suspense much longer! And have you thought of trying your hand at Capt. Wentworth as one of your next endeavors?


    • Hi Marion
      News coming this Sunday on book III – very close now! Love Captain Wentworth – in fact, I have sketched out a plot for a P&P and Persuasion cross-over that I may revisit once A Fair Prospect is all out there. Thank you for visiting and commenting! C


  5. Marion McVanner says:

    Thank you!! What a lovely job you did concluding the trilogy and tying up the loose ends. It was worth the wait, truly. I will now go post my review on Amazon and will try not to make it sound too gushy. Hope to get news soon on which Austen character you turn your pen to next.
    Thank you again!


  6. Cristina Fatmi says:

    I have just finished volume three of A Fair Prospect. I liked it but perhaps not as much as the first two volumes. As a whole, however, very enjoyable. I regret to say that there are quite a few spelling mistakes, repeated words…which could and should have been avoided.


    • Cristina, I am sorry you did not enjoy it as much and I am very very sorry re the mistakes. I read it through so many times, I obviously just couldn’t ‘see’ them. I did pick up a couple in the Epilogue just after publishing so they are now fixed. If you can remember what any were I would be incredibly grateful if you could let me know by email at:
      cassandra dot grafton at
      I want to put them right as quickly as I can and it would be a great help.
      Thank you for taking the time to comment here.


  7. Paula Krause says:

    I loved, loved, loved this trilogy. It was so incredibly beautiful and true to the characters. I also loved your Colonel Fitzwilliam. You have such a gift of bringing these characters alive and making them real. Even though I know all stories must come to an end, I am sad to let them go. thank you for sharing your version with us.


  8. ordered. Thank you! NowI have to wait for the maiman. Please keep writing. Since I’am old could you do in 1book and shorter time? Good luck with your book. Thank you again for writing it.



    • Paula Krause says:

      On Jun 12, 2013 6:53 PM, “Cassandra Grafton” wrote:

      > ** > Charlotte Knavel commented: “ordered. Thank you! NowI have to wait for > the maiman. Please keep writing. Since I’am old could you do in 1book and > shorter time? Good luck with your book. Thank you again for writing it. > ordered!”


    • Hi Charlotte

      I promise it will only be one book next time, and I’m already well on my way with the new book. It will not take me so long to produce it this time as I will be giving up my full time job in July. Updates will be posted here along the way.



  9. Joann boehm says:

    Please let me know how to get the books not the ebooks I collect books and reread them especially if I like them


  10. Marisol Marin says:

    Hello! I just wanted to tell you how much I loved your trilogy. I feel that words can’t describe the deep appreciation that I have for your work. Just so you know, as soon as I finished the trilogy, I had to go back and read it once more because I wanted to spend a little more time with Darcy and Elizabeth and the story you created with them.

    By the way, I really enjoy the way you envisioned the relationship of Darcy and Col. Fitzwilliam and the way you portrayed Georgiana.

    Please keep writing your stories. You are really talented! You have a gift with words.

    Best wishes.


    • Marisol, what a lovely comment to wake up to! You warm my heart with such kind words. I am so pleased you enjoy the style of my writing and the story I chose to tell, I must admit, I find the Colonel one of the easiest characters to write, and I do have soft spot for him!

      Thank you again!



  11. Jan says:

    Just began Quest for Mr Darcy yesterday and finished Chapters 1-45! I am really enjoying it and look forward to the next chapter. I have read all of Jane Austen’s works and many P&P fan fiction pieces. Your story is unique and well done! Thank you.


  12. JanisB says:

    You’re not seriously planning to allow them to put the dog “out of its misery” I hope??


  13. Beate says:

    Soooooo homesick. Reading the “beast” again. Would so like to be on Curbar Edge…


    • Cass says:

      Awww, Beate! I’m so sorry you’re homesick for the peaks of Derbyshire! I hope the Beast brings you some comfort until you’re next trip! ❀


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