Join us for a discussion of Black London: Life before Emancipation by Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina
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"1784 'Damn this mortal coil.'"To read what comes next check out:Suspense and Sensibility: Or, First Impressions Revisited (Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Mysteries #2) by Carrie BebrisInterest in this book? It's part of our Henrietta's Boutique and will be available at our next meeting!
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Earlier this week a friend of min posted this picture on her Instagram account. The caption read:I'd almost forgotten that I have two copies. The one to the right has been read countless times by me and my sisters. With every read, the spine bent just a bit more until pages 69 through 144 leaped … Continue reading Well Loved Books – Pride and Prejudice
We had a great meeting when we discussed Austenesque Fiction. We had a collection of books on the table and I also provided this sampling of books, all of which can be found on Austenesque Reviews.I didn't list any Pride and Prejudice Austenesque since that seems to be the most popular. If you look at … Continue reading Austenesque Fiction
I had a novella sitting on my Kindle App and I finally got around to reading it, (from reviews it seems that I should have probably read book #1 in the series before reading book 0.5). Anyway...it seems that most books set in high school seem to mention a class that is reading Pride and … Continue reading Jane Austen Sighting – Shadows (A Lux Novella) by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Hello Janeites!For our April meeting we will be discussing Austenesque books, so anything based on Jane's original works. I'd like to put together a really good list of books to present to our group. I'd like to know what books you've loved and ones you weren't so thrilled about, cause sometimes what someone disliked about … Continue reading Help Wanted! Needed Austenesque Books for our April Meeting!