Austen Authors is happy to announce the winners of our November giveaways. If your name is below, please contact Regina Jeffers at firstname.lastname@example.org (or) email@example.com. In the email, please include your name and mailing address. Congratulations to all our winners!
Austen Authors is pleased to announce the “Holiday” giveaways for December. Several of our authors will be celebrating new releases this month, plus we have our usual monthly items. To be eligible for the monthly drawing, leave a comment on
In America, during the Revolutionary War period and the Federal Era that followed, a time corresponding to the Georgian Era in England, the most important holiday of the year was Thanksgiving. By late November, the grain had been harvested, the
by Maria Grace I am so excited to announce the release of my newest book, Twelfth Night at Longbourn is moving along on schedule. The votes are all in and the overwhelming winner was the blue title band. Thanks to
Bucket Lists As some of you may already know, my husband and I are due to leave England’s green and pleasant land for pastures new in early 2014; Swiss pastures, to be precise. As a consequence, I have started to
October crept in on silent feet, but carried LOTS of prizes for our followers. Austen Authors is proud to announce the October Giveaway Winners. If you are one of the lucky ones listed below, please contact Regina Jeffers at either
The month of November brings our followers a variety of prizes to win. To be eligible for our monthly giveaways a person must simply either comment on the daily posts or use the Rafflecopter option. The more often one comments,
Today I finally get to celebrate the release of my newest novel with you here on Austen Authors, which is of course a very happy occasion. Steampunk Darcy is a departure for me because, as you probably know, my other
The winner of paperback copies of Mr. Darcy’s Bite and Mr. Darcy Bites Back is Beatrice. I will be contacting you by e-mail to get your mailing information. If you do not receive an e-mail from me, please send me
Over the years, the “backlash” regarding Georgette Heyer’s depiction of the Jewish has become better known (See http://vacuousminx.wordpress.com/2011/08/23/jewish-stereotypes-in-georgette-heyers-novels/ and http://vacuousminx.wordpress.com/2011/08/03/authorial-intrusion-and-reader-response-my-georgette-heyer-experience/ for examples of the reported offending passages and the changes the current publisher of Heyer’s works made to those passages).