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Bernie Su and Kate Rorick are proud to present THE SECRET DIARY OF LIZZIE BENNET which Publishers Weekly calls, "Fantastic. . . . Fans of the Web series and newcomers alike will be satisfied." Be one of the first to read Darcy's letter and other secrets in Lizzie's diary. Pre-order now!

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A letter to my dear sister Lizzie.

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The Lydia Bennet is a spin off of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, which is a modernized adaptation of the classic Jane Austen novel, Pride and Prejudice. The series is created by Hank Green and Bernie Su.

Lydia Bennet - Mary Kate Wiles -

Executive Producer - Hank Green -
Executive Producer - Bernie Su -
Co-Executive Producer - Rachel Kiley -
Producer - Jenni Powell -
Director - Bernie Su -
Writer - Rachel Kiley -
Transmedia Producer - Jay Bushman -
Transmedia Editor - Alexandra Edwards -
Hi everyone! Today we have an extra-special video for you inspired by my wonderful, perfect, amazing sister Lizzie. As you probably know, she was - gosh - so incredibly helpful and gave me some suggestions on how to "grow up." And what kind of sister would I be if I didn't return the favor by offering her some of my own advice?

So, Lizzie, here are my top five suggestions for how you can stop being so incredibly lame.

Number one: Update your wardrobe. You've been wearing the same things since you graduated high school and it makes me depressed to look at you.

Number two: Get a hobby. All you do is talk about Jane, and Bing, and Darcy, and school. Boring. Knitting would totes be a step up.  

Number three: Be better at stuff. People like to be around people who are good at things besides video blogging. This goes with number two: get a hobby. And not knitting. Nobody cares about that. 

Number four: Get a boyfriend. Ones that leave town immediately and start shacking up with other girls, don't count. 

And finally, number fivesies: Stop thinking you're better than everyone else. It doesn't look good on you, dear sister, and before you know it, people are going to start noticing, and if you're not careful, everyone around you is just gonna start leaving. Oh. Wait. Hmh.

So, sis, I hope you'll take my suggestions to heart. I just want the best for you. After all, we all have to change, Lizzie, it's just part of growing up. And it's not a bad thing, right? 

[sings outro]