A Very Mr. Darcy Giveaway (#AustenInAugustLGR)

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A very happy Monday to you all! I hope things are still going well as we enter our final week of Austen in August. Dry your tears, friends, because it’s not over yet!

I owe you all two review posts for Among the Janeites and Longbourn, and I’m currently reading Old Friends & New Fancies. I hope to also get through A Jane Austen Education and, if I’m lucky, a re-read of Persuasion. More to come from me near the end of the week, and I hope to have a post of my own up in regard to the woman who brought us all together, because you bet I have a tale of my own to tell.

Now, let’s roll out another giveaway. No better way to start a week, in my opinion. Melissa of The Book Binder’s Daughter has graciously offered to give away what sounds like a promising tale from Mr. Darcy’s point of view. Please visit her review and giveaway post to sign up. She will be drawing a winner on August 28th, so don’t delay!

Please let me know how things are going! Comments/discussion are always welcome.


One thought on “A Very Mr. Darcy Giveaway (#AustenInAugustLGR)

  1. I have finished since my last post. Another of Anne Elliott’s novels. After my first read Georgiana Darcy’s Diary. I have read, Pemberley at Waterloo. The next book into Georgiana’s life. Going to the battlefield to help soldiers. Both books i recommend for a light enjoyable read.
    I then started Colleen McCullough’s ( Thornbird fame) book The Independence of Miss Mary Bennett . Although i usually enjoy C. McCullough↩️’S writing. This story line, ruffled my feathers… Or i just couldn’t read her idea of The Darcy and Bennett family members. She has Darcy’s personality as Controlling unloving, and Elizabeth with no back bone. And either one liking each other and Darcy disliking his off spring. I found it depressing.
    So i am now reading , the Mysterious Death of Mr. Darcy by Regina Jeffers. And 2 other books ( not n my bedside table) . So i cannot post the titles. As i am tucked in for night!
    Can’t wait to hear of other suggestions for Austen in August.


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