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Wednesday, 26 August 2015

WW QUOTES: JANE AUSTEN 26.8.15


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#AusteninAugust
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Previously Quoted on WW: Jane Austen 
August 19
August 12
August 5
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Find more Jane Austen on FHC's JA Pinterest board HERE
{including books,  photos, JA facts, and Quotes}
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Monday, 24 August 2015

WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR EXTRA BOOKS: #1 24.8.15


Little free library
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Having been entirely captivated by the phenomena of little library book exchanges
popping up at the rate of baby rabbits on my local landscape,
I am taking first steps to creating one of my own.
[little library not little rabbit!]
As I've considered the value and impact of this project,
I've also wondered if other book lovers and bloggers might be interested in joining me...
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For those who might be asking, what is a free little library?
The brain child of 2 american fellas in 2009.
Read all about the Little Free Library history HERE
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Their mission?  From the website ~
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"To promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide and to build a sense of community as we share skills, creativity and wisdom across generations. There are over 30,000 Little Free Library book exchanges around the world, bringing curbside literacy home and sharing over 1 million books annually."

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As book reading and reviewing bloggers, we're all about promoting literacy and the love of reading.
I see little free libraries as a tangible way of increasing our reach.
For all those extra books on our shelves, we have a creative option.
Build a little library of our own to distribute books to fellow readers
and increase book love in our own communities.
Established on the principle of "Leave a book  Take a book  Share a book",
library stock is continually evolving and revolving.
Without fees or overdues!
From childrens to diy, stock can vary by the day.
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Have you seen little free libraries in your area?  Already set one up?
I've created a pinterest board of info and inspy as I pursue creating my own.
I'm happy to share the ideas HERE and look forward to adding any info you'd like to share.
Tell us more!
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I anticipate making this a blog series as the project progresses.
If [and when] you choose to join in, I definitely want to see your project
and would love to have everyone share their participation.
Should I create a linkup?  If you are considering this, please do comment your responses.
I would be so excited to share the journey with fellow blogging book lovers :) !
And, of course, follow each other's progress.
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We really can make an impact on and in our communities with this opportunity.
HERE are some stories with more to come.
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I've made my case.  Now I await your input.
Much like I'll be awaiting the book input for my little library!
and...
Thanks for spreading the Word.
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HapPy Reading [ and creating! ]
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Sharing With fellow Bibliophiles~
* Small Victories * Literacy Musing Mondays * Musing Mondays * Create with Joy *
* #sundaysdownunder * Anything Goes * Thursday Favorite Things *





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Thursday, 20 August 2015

CLEAR YOUR SHELF GIVEAWAY TIME! PRIDE AND PREJUDICE ends Aug 27th 20.8.15


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Ready for the CLEAR YOUR SHELF GIVEAWAY?
#AusteninAugust is the month's theme here at Faith Hope and Cherrytea
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For readers who are familiar with writings of Jane Austen
PRIDE and PREJUDICE
will be a happy addition to your library from mine.
Please Note: Some cover creasing as it is actually from my library shelf.
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Wishing you much Jane Austen reading pleasure !
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a Rafflecopter giveaway
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Be sure to check out the other Clear Your Shelf  Giveaway blogs!
Thank You! to hosts Mary at BookHounds
Kathy at I Am a Reader
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Shared with Bibliophiles at:
* #sundaysdownunder * literacy musing mondays *
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Tuesday, 18 August 2015

TUESDAY BOOK TRACKING: BOUT OF BOOKS 14 - UPDATES 18.8.15


Bout of Bookse
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This week's BoB Fun has begun!
Despite regular life busyness, reading gets priority.  Here's where I'll keep track.
And of the usual creative book related Challenges hosted by other BoB bloggers.
~ ThankYou ~
for inspiring and motivating our reading and book luv...
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Day 1 Monday
Books Read - The Missing Manuscript of Jane Austen + Pages read: 139
                       Pemberley + Pages read: 26
Total Pages Read = 165
Books Finished today - 0
Total Books Finished - 0
Challenges completed - 0
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Day 2 Tuesday
Book + Pages read - The Missing Manuscript of Jane Austen + pages read = 200 pgs
Total Pages Read = 365 pgs
Books Finished today-
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The MISSING MANUSCRIPT OF JANE AUSTEN
Total Books Finished = 1
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Challenges completed - Book Scavenger Hunt  5 categories completed :
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A Book that begins with 'B' for Bout of Books
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[Click to view] Some 'BLUE' books
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A book I'm currently reading for BoB [and #AinA!]
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My TBR shelves!
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Books from a Fav genre ~
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Definitely liking Kristen's creative Book Challenge! TY for the Fun!
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Day 3 Wednesday
Book + Pages read- First Impressions by Charlie Lovett + 2 pgs read
                                  Pemberley by Emma Tennant + 163 pgs read
Total Pages Read = 530 pgs
Books finished today - Pemberley
Total Books finished - 2: PEMBERLEY + The MISSING MANUSCRIPT OF JANE AUSTEN
Challenges completed - 2 with today's Mash Challenge at Rocky Top Real Talk
My MASH result?
I live in Canada with my s.o., Gilbert Whelan [IRISH MEADOWS], our daughter and a canary.
I own a Tea Room and run errands in my Benz :) ! Thanks for hosting the FuN, Sarah E :)
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Day 4 Thursday
Book + Pages read - First Impressions by Charlie Lovett + 91 pgs read
Total Pages Read = 621
Book finished -0 today
Total Books finished - 2: PEMBERLEY + THE MISSING MANUSCRIPT OF JANE AUSTEN
Challenges completed - 2 total - 0 today
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Day 5 Friday
Book + Pages read - First Impressions
by Charlie Lovett + 55 pgs read
                                   The Good Lord Bird by James McBride + 3  hrs listened [audio]
Total pages read = 676 + 3 hrs audio
Book finished - 0 today
Total Books Finished - 2: PEMBERLEY + THE MISSING MANUSCRIPT OF JANE AUSTEN
Challenges completed - 2 total 0 today
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Day 6 Saturday
Book + Pages read- First Impressions by Charlie Lovett + 100 pgs read
Total pages read = 767 + 3 hrs audio
Book finished- 0 today
Total Books Finished - 2: PEMBERLEY + THE MISSING MANUSCRIPT OF JANE AUSTEN
Challenges completed - 3 including today's Reading Roadtrip hosted at Steph in Wonderland 
My Roadtrip:
Bath England - Persuasion by Jane Austen 
Cumbria England - Cumbrian Rain by Tenya Sharp Ingalls
London + Lake District England - Miss Potter: the Novel by Richard Maltby jr
Steventon, Hampshire, England - First Impressions by Charlie Lovett
Scotland - A Wreath of Snow by Liz Curtis Higgs
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Day 7 Sunday
Book + pages read- First Impressions by Charlie Lovett + 64  pgs read
                                  The Watsons by Jane Austen narrator Anna Bentinck
                                  Sanditon by Jane Austen narrator Anna Bentinck [audio] 4.5 hrs
Total pages read =  829 pgs   + 7.5  hrs audio
Books Finished -   Today: FIRST IMPRESSIONS
by Charlie Lovett
                                             The WATSONS by Jane Austen [audio]
                                             SANDITON by Jane Austen [audio]












Total Books Finished = THE MISSING MANUSCRIPT OF JANE AUSTEN
                                         PEMBERLEY
                                         FIRST IMPRESSIONS
                                         THE WATSONS
                                         SANDITON

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Challenges completed = 4 including today's What To Read Next via Sarah Reads Too Much
Three recommendations?
The HATMAKER's HEART by Carla Stewart
[1930s era millinery fashion world of NY + London] luv the story and main character

SECRETS OF A CHARMED LIFE by Susan Meissner
[ww11 england - amazing story of 2 sisters separated from mother during evacuation] fab story with contemporary implications - well written! 

DEAR MR KNIGHTLEY by Katherine Reay
[contemporary tale-fantastic wordsmithing - perfect for Jane Austen luvers - one of my year's favs]!

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Final Stats
Total Books Completed= 5
Total Pages Read= 829
Total Audio Hours Listened = 7.5
Total Challenges Completed = 4


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Sunday, 16 August 2015

NOT QUITE MONDAY! WHAT ARE YOU READING? 15.8.15


Not quite Monday ~
It's time to update some #AusteninAugust Reading...

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What Have I Read so far?


Contemporary Emma that disappointed in the telling.
I never got to a point of liking Emma, sad to say.
Neither did I find the story interesting.  It took me forever  to
finish, laying it down, taking it back up, trying to decide if I
would even complete the reading of it.
The characters didn't offer appeal or redeem themselves
the further I read.  Sorry to say, though I did finish their stories.
If you've read it, be sure to share your opinion so others
may hear a different view!
Library read for me which was one positive :)
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Pride and Persistence
Jeana Ellsworth's retelling of the PandP famous first proposal.
Sadly, I found repetitious reading for too much of the story.
A couple unique plot twists, but in all, not my fav JAFF to read.
Have you favourite Austenesque to add to recommendations?
Happy to hear and to share with other JAff readers.
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A Jane Austen Daydream
On the other hand, here is JAFF I loved to read.  And from a male pov.
Scott Southard writes a captivating daydream of  Jane's life with
 relationships which readers will find familiar yet perspectives and outcomes that are sure to surprise.  In tears and laughter, this one
definitely caught and kept my attention.  The Austens are not revered
in Southard's portrayal, which may not please some, yet they provide the 
frame for Jane's solitary pursuits.  Well written.  Engaging.  Worth reading.

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Currently Reading?


I'm quite caught up in the hunt for Jane's unknown missing manuscript!
Mentioned as lost in a letter of Jane's discovered in an old Oxford 
bookstore purchase,
Samantha knows her former Oxford studies well and is determined to make
every effort she can to pursue the possibility of finding such a treasure.
You can imagine the intrigue!
I am not too far along, but Syrie James' pacing is quick and you aren't waiting
while anticipation drags on to boring.
At this point, I'm glad I chose this one for an #AinA read.
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 Gorgeous photos illustrating the facts of Jane's life,
 home and surroundings as I read Kim Wilson's
At Home with Jane Austen.
Easy to pick up and peruse in whatever moments available.
Lovely coffee table size offering full size captures
that bring Jane's world to life.
Mine is from the library - perhaps yours will have a copy as well.
Definitely increasing JA enjoyment !

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Ahead?

I admit I did read a bit of a starter to get my own First Impressions
on this one. Once I got the library notice it had arrived, Yes, couldn't wait!  Another contemporary,
though this one runs a historical Jane storyline alternately.  I was intrigued
with both and am looking forward to getting into it later this week.
As the subtitle calls to me...
A Novel of Old Books,Unexpected Love, and Jane Austen
it's another JA story from a male author, Charlie Lovett.


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Book Happenings?

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Misty hosts the annual #AusteninAugust beginning this week on the 18th thru 31st.
Always fun with great contests and a group read this year of EMMA.  Grab a copy or audio
and read along for discussion and enjoyment.  Find her blog HERE.

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Author Shannon Winslow's 3 book GIVEAWAY on NOW
right here at FHC til August 25th at midnight.
MISS GEORGIANA DARCY OF PEMBERLEY
New Release with Shannon's fav excerpt and insights from the story.
1 pb copy for US addys + 2 ecopies Open Int'l
Be sure to share your fav JA novel and Enter to WIN!








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Beginning August 20 -27th it's the
Clear Your Shelves Book  Giveaway Hop
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My Giveaway will be Austen related for #AusteninAugust .  Are you surprised ? :)
Be sure to check back here and then hop on to enjoy the other offers.
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Annnd...
R you Ready to Read? 
Bout of Books Readathon opportunity to get caught up with your TBR shelves
begins just about NOW!  August 17th to 23rd
I'm IN !!  Are you?
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Bout of Books
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The Bout of Books read-a-thon is organized by Amanda @ On a Book Bender and Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal. It is a week long read-a-thon that begins
12:01am Monday, August 17th through Sunday, August 23rd 
in whatever time zone you are in.
Bout of Books is low-pressure. There are challenges, giveaways, and a grand prize,
but all of these are completely optional.
 We DO NOT require you to set goals for Bout of Books. If you do, you’re not locked into them. If you don't want to set goals, don't. If you do, feel free to change them if real life happens. Or set easy ones like, “Read” or “Have fun.” We don’t believe you can fail #boutofbooks.
 
For all Bout of Books 14 information and updates, be sure to visit here:
Bout of Books
- From the Bout of Books team
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Filled with Challenges, Giveaways and Motivation !
Read to your own level of time and purpose, but do join the FuN in company with other readers!
Hoping to find you there at SIGNUPS  [ I'm #374 + 375]
Tweet your progress
and books you're reading with #boutofbooks 
so we can find you!
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Sharing with ...
 * #sundaysdownunder * Modern Mrs. Darcy * Small Victories *
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Friday, 7 August 2015

FRIDAY FINDS: JANE #AUSTENinAUGUST AT HOME 7.8.15


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An #AusteninAugust Friday Find for Jenn's meme
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Gorgeous interior and exterior photos highlight the writing of Kim Wilson
in this hardcover exploration of Jane Austen's life.
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Monday, 3 August 2015

AUSTEN IN AUGUST BOOK TOUR and GIVEAWAY: MISS GEORGIANA DARCY OF PEMBERLEY by Shannon Winslow


Welcome to Today's Book Tour with Author
SHANNON WINSLOW
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Ms Winslow's New Release
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Ideally timed for this month's
AUSTEN in AUGUST 
Celebration of all things Jane Austen and Austenesque
Our Thanks to Shannon's GIVEAWAY generosity
of 3 copies of
MISS GEORGIANA DARCY OF PEMBERLEY
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 It's my pleasure to introduce readers to
Miss Georgiana Darcy of Pemberley  
for my first Austen in August Tuesday Intro
and Teaser Tuesday.
[find links below]
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Here's the Intro ~
“Colonel Fitzwilliam! What do you do here?” I asked in an accusatory tone.
“Delightful to see you too, my dear,” he said lightly, coming round to join me on my side of the palm.
“Sorry. I only meant that I am surprised to find you here since I said you were not needed tonight.”  Now I had only made things worse..."
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And the Teaser...
"And are you enjoying the ball so far?”
“Very much so, although I have only recently arrived. I am still getting the lay of the land before plunging in. Despite what you may think, my friend, I do intend to participate in the exercise.”
We both turned back to watch the dancers.

“I am glad to hear it,” I said presently, “For a minute, I thought you might have come only to spy on me.” 

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And for our Austenesque reading pleasure, Shannon is sharing her favourite excerpt from the novel.
Many thanks for this gift , Shannon!  Readers, EnJoy...
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In my new book, Miss Georgiana Darcy of Pemberley, I had a lot of fun exploring what Georgiana’s first London season might have been like, especially the part after her brother and sister-in-law left town. This book is a variation of my earlier work, The Darcys of Pemberley, filling in all the blanks from Georgiana’s perspective. So whereas TDOP followed Darcy and Elizabeth back to Pemberley at this point in the story, MGDOP stays with Georgiana in London.
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With Charlotte Collins as her very conscientious chaperone and Colonel Fitzwilliam serving as local guardian and watchdog, Georgiana can’t get into too much trouble. But she begins to chafe under all that well-intended supervision. So one night, when the colonel unexpectedly turns up at a ball, apparently to “spy” on her, Georgiana decides to rattle her gilded cage a little. What begins as playful banter between them quickly escalates into Georgiana’s attempt – a rather successful one – to get under his skin.
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Here is an excerpt of that scene – one of my favorites in the book, btw. The novel is written in first person, so me and I = Georgiana speaking/thinking of herself.:

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“Colonel Fitzwilliam! What do you do here?” I asked in an accusatory tone.
“Delightful to see you too, my dear,” he said lightly, coming round to join me on my side of the palm.
“Sorry. I only meant that I am surprised to find you here since I said you were not needed tonight.” Now I had only made things worse, but thankfully the colonel seemed determined to ignore all insults and keep the mood jovial.
“Yes, I recall you were very clear about that. However, I had an invitation of my own, and I suppose I may go where I have been asked, with or without your permission.”
“Of course you may. And are you enjoying the ball so far?”
“Very much so, although I have only recently arrived. I am still getting the lay of the land before plunging in. Despite what you may think, my friend, I do intend to participate in the exercise.”
We both turned back to watch the dancers.
“I am glad to hear it,” I said presently, “For a minute, I thought you might have come only to spy on me.” Though I kept my eyes straight ahead, I made sure I was smiling when he looked round sharply at me. Consequently, he was reassured that I was teasing, and he followed suit.
“Spy on you, eh? Well, I find it interesting that you should think so – revealing even. It makes me wonder if there might not be something you are hiding. Is that why you preferred me not to come tonight?”
“Really, Colonel! You almost make me wish I did have something scandalous for you to discover. What sort of thing did you have in mind?”
“Oh, I don’t know. Perhaps you wished me absent so that you could carry on more freely. Some young ladies have been known to flirt outrageously – first with one man and then another – as soon as their guardian’s head is turned. I have even heard that it can become quite a serious entertainment, with bets laid down on the outcome as to who can collect the most marriage proposals in one season.”
“Shocking! I had never heard that such a sport existed. And besides, I am afraid I would hardly be considered competitive with only two proposals so far… although there is always a chance at more. The season is not over yet.” A sideways glance told me I had got his full attention.
“Two proposals! So far?”
“Why, yes, that is correct. But as I say, I think there is a reasonable chance of at least one more, if I am patient. Mr. Frank Osborn has taken an interest.”
“Good god! You cannot be serious!”
Turning to him with a challenge in my voice, I said, “Why? Do you think it so incredible that any man should want to marry me, let alone more than one?”
“No, no, of course not. You are a very… a very desirable young lady, and I am sure there are many… No, I was only just taken off my guard; that is all.” His discomposure then seemed to change to alarm. “You have not actually accepted one of these gentlemen, have you, Georgiana?”
“Not yet. I prefer to keep my options open for the time being. One does not like to rush into such an important decision, especially when one may not yet have considered every possibility.”
He put his hand to his forehead. “And your brother, does he know and approve of all this?”
“Surely what I do and do not tell my brother is my own affair. As to his approval, I fail to see where that enters in. According to my limited experience, young men will rarely be kept from proposing just because somebody would rather they did not, whether that be the lady herself or her father or her brother… or even her guardian. They get carried away by love, I suppose, and no one can stop them.”
“This is your experience, is it? Young men forever getting carried away by love? I wonder, then, that you have been able to hold these ardent suitors at bay.”
“They may be ardent, sir, but they are also gentlemen,” I said very pointedly.
“Of course. Forgive me. That was uncalled for. You must understand that this comes as quite a revelation to me, quite a lot for me to absorb in such a short time. I may not yet be thinking clearly.”
“That is the most sensible thing you have said on the subject.”

Georgiana may have enjoyed needling Colonel Fitzwilliam about the two proposals she has received “so far,” but it really isn’t a joking matter to her. Although she quickly disposed of one of her would-be suitors, she’s losing a lot of sleep over what to do about the other. And then, of course, there’s the one who has yet to make his intentions known.

I have only received one proposal of marriage in my life (which I accepted thirty-something years ago), so it’s a little difficult for me to relate to Georgiana’s exact problem. Well, there was that exceptional summer when I turned sixteen and was dating three guys at the same time… Hmm. Yes. Fun, but I couldn’t carry on like that forever. Just like Georgiana, I had some tough choices to make – keep one and throw the other two back.

In case you’re wondering, the one I chose turned out not to be a “keeper” either. But that was for the best in the end. I had to wait a couple more years for the right guy to come along. We can wish Georgiana a quicker route to her happy ending!  
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I appreciate your insights and backstory, Shannon, and I'm glad for your eventual 'catch'!
Thanks so Much for being with us today and sharing your love of writing Austenesque.
I'm sure there are many Jane Austen in August readers happy to discover your
newest contribution and add it to their Austen reading shelves.
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From the book's backcover ~
What’s Georgiana Darcy’s story? Jane Austen tells us so little in Pride and Prejudice that we’re left to wonder. How did the early loss of her parents shape Miss Darcy’s character? And what about her near-disastrous affair with Mr. Wickham? Is that the true source of her shyness? She adores her brother and his new wife Elizabeth, but will their guiding influence be enough to steer Georgiana clear of new trouble as she comes of age and falls in love again?

This work is intended as a companion of sorts to The Darcys of Pemberley
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sequel to Pride and Prejudice), with the timelines of the two running parallel. Both novels are unique and complete in themselves, but together they supply a richer reading experience than either one alone. The earlier book focused primarily on Darcy and Elizabeth’s relationship during their early married life. There was a third Darcy represented in the title, however. Now she and her courtship story take center stage in Miss Georgiana Darcy of Pemberley.

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Author Bio:  
“Let other pens dwell on guilt and misery. I quit such odious subjects as soon as I can, impatient to restore everybody not greatly in fault themselves to tolerable comfort, and to have done with all the rest.”
I claim this Jane Austen quote (taken from Mansfield Park, chapter 48) as my motto, in that it illustrates my literary philosophy. I’m interested in books that entertain, that make you feel good, that sweep you away to another world.  I can be trusted to not dwell on guilt or misery any longer than necessary, and to restore the characters I’ve come to care about to tolerable comfort by the end of the book, as Jane Austen always did.
Shannon Winslow specializes in writing fiction for the fans of Jane Austen. Her popular debut novel, The Darcys of Pemberley, immediately established her place in the genre, being particularly praised for authentic Austenesque style and faithfulness to the original characters.  Since that bright beginning, the author has followed with two more  Pride and Prejudice sequels 
Return to Longbourn and Miss Georgiana Darcy of Pemberley
a stand-alone Austen-style story For Myself Alone, and a novel starring Jane Austen herself ,  
The Persuasion of Miss Jane Austen. [click to read my post]
With no shortage of inspiration, Winslow promises more romance and happy endings to come.
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Her two sons now grown, Shannon Winslow lives with her husband in the log home they built in the countryside south of Seattle, where she writes and paints in her studio facing Mt. Rainier.
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Learn more:
  Shannon’s website/blog  |  Follow her on Twitter @ JaneAustenSays..|  and on Facebook.
Link to Find the Complete Blog Tour Schedule
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And now.... Shannon's AUSTEN IN AUGUST GIVEAWAY Offer
August 4 - 25th midnight
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a Rafflecopter giveaway
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Congratulations Winners!
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A.mee - pb
Kym T - ecopy
Monica P - ecopy

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Thank You, Shannon, for being here with us,
sharing your writing and lovely Book Gifts!


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Link up to this month's discoveries at Misty's #AusteninAugust  
August 18 - 31st

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Shared With :
 TUESDAY INTROS at Diane's 1st Chapter 1st Paragraph  
TUESDAY TEASERS at Jenn's
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* #sundaysdownunder * Literacy Musing Mondays * Book Nook

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