• Jane Austen,  Misc.

    Pride & Prejudice

    Welcome fellow reader! April is going to be an exciting month of Jane Austen awesomeness. I hope you will join us as we turn Pride & Prejudice into a month-long celebration. If you are looking for a first copy or you are wanting to add a special edition to your collection, I’m here to offer a few selections that have caught my eye. “There is no enjoyment like reading!” ~Jane Austen Let’s start out with the special edition by Barbara Heller. This is the must-have Pride & Prejudice copy for any reader looking for not just a book but an experience. This curated book includes nineteen letters for the characters’…

  • Blog Tour,  Book Reviews,  Jane Austen Fan Fiction

    All That This Entails

    What is your go-to comfort read? My comfort read of 2020 has been any story with Fitzwilliam Darcy as one of the main characters. Admittedly, I quite new to Jane Austen Fan Fiction. But, I fell fast and hard. As I was reaching for to Austen more and more this year, I realized there was a whole world I had yet to explore with more Austen-goodness to read. This Pride & Prejudice did not disappoint! In a twist of fate, Mr. Bennet is now titled and wealthier than Mr. Darcy. The story picks up after Elizabeth has rejected Mr. Darcy’s -ahem- less than romantic proposal. What unfolds next is simply…

  • Blog Tour

    The Jane Austen Society

    If you are looking for a cast of characters to keep you company during #stayathome, look no further than Natalie Jenner’s charming The Jane Austen Society. This book will resonate with all of Jane Austen’s fans. As someone who has lived many years away from the area I grew up, I always find comfort in going home. This book feels like a home-going to our beloved Jane. Just after the Second World War, in the small English village of Chawton, an unusual but like-minded group of people band together to attempt something remarkable. One hundred and fifty years ago, Chawton was the final home of Jane Austen, one of England’s…