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While digging around on the internet I found this: http://www.sanditon.infoSanditon was Jane Austen's last, partially completed, novel of around 24,000 words, written between January 27th 1817 and March 18th 1817. Jane's niece Anna, the daughter of Jane's eldest brother James, had been brought up in her youngest years at Steventon with the 18 year older … Continue reading Fun Friday – Standiton The Play
For those of you who don't know Sporcle is a website filled with trivia, quizzes and brain games. You can find a quiz on nearly any topic. We're going to start off with an easy Jane Austen one. Check back in on Fridays to see if we're sharing another Jane Austen themed quiz from the … Continue reading Fun Friday: Sporcle Quiz #1
Well it looks like it's our voting membership loves Lady Susan and can take or leave Love and Friendship.Did you like Lady Susan?100% YesDid you like Love and Freindship?Yes 50%No 50%Which one was your favorite?Lady Susan 100%If you loved Lady Susan let me recommend Lady Vernon and Her Daughter by Jane Rubino and Caitlen Rubino-Bradway.
How is everyone enjoying this rainy Friday?Are you a little upset...or do you delight in a rainy day?Are you one to curl up and read...or do you go tramping around in the mud?However you feel about the rain, don't end up like Jane unless you have a sister like Lizzie to care for you.I hear … Continue reading Rainy Friday
If you could pair up any two Austen characters and send them on a Valentine's Day date who would you pair up and where would you send them?Lady Susan and Captain Frederick Tilney are forced to spend the weekend at Bible camp. There is no electricity, but there is Mr. Collins and Lady Catherine to … Continue reading Fun Friday: February Poll Results
In our December poll, we asked what you wanted to do at a holiday party, and 50% of you said you would play card games. I was one of those 50% and during the December I spent some time learning the basics of playing Whist. It's a pretty simple game, but scoring can be a … Continue reading Fun Friday: Whist