I was going to write my own review when I started talking to Hazel Mills – Editor at All Things Jane Austen on Facebook – and we found out we thought the same things about the movie. It just so happens she is a better writer and more knowledgeable than yours truly. So here is what she thinks and I wholeheartedly agree!
One of the things I love about my Facebook page All Things Jane Austen is that I meet people from all over the world without leaving my home. This time I met Ashley Robbins. An American Janeite from Florida who loves to dress up and dance ECD. She also hopes to meet Janeites in… South Korea!
It’s my pleasure to spolight Diana Birchall, in my first big blog tour with the Bride of Northanger. I’m in truly good company in this adventure: thirty popular bloggers specializing in historical and Austenesque fiction will feature guest blogs, interviews, excerpts, and book reviews of this acclaimed continuation of Jane Austen’s Gothic parody, Northanger Abbey.
It’s with great pleasure I host Joana Starnes here today. She brings us a wonderful post and an EXCERPT from her latest book – The Journey Home to Pemberley! Read all the way to the end to see the fantastic INTERNATIONAL GIVEAWAY!
I first saw this book on Kickstarter where Karin was trying to get funds to translated it from Dutch to English, I fell in love with it and knew we had to help make it happen and it did. After a successful campaign the book was translated and now it is being published in a scrumptious edition in English – worldwide. It will be in stores very soon but you can be the lucky winner of this giveaway or pre-order on the link below.
Some of you might have seen a few clues about my upcoming trip to England for the Jane Austen Regency Week Festival. So I decided to share with you where I am going to stay!
Join Jane Austen’s family for a Regency inspired dinner at their ancestral home. Continue reading “Jane Austen Heritage Dinner”
The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen: An uplifting, comedic tale of time travel and friendship!
Once upon a time, Pride and Prejudice was only set in England. 200 years later it is set pretty much everywhere. What could be special about this version (besides its very exotic location)? Well, I bring you the author herself to talk about her and her book. Continue reading “UNMARRIAGEABLE by Soniah Kamal (GIVEAWAY)”