Posted by: rearadmiral | November 9, 2012

My Dear Sophy free today and tomorrow/Falling Timbers

So the big news is… My Dear Sophy is FREE on Kindle for Friday and Saturday! Download your copy now and please share widely!

My Dear Sophy
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Sophy Wentworth loves her life in sleepy Milverton… Twenty-three year old Sophia Wentworth lives a quiet life in the small country town of Milverton. Here she helps her Papa, the

http://janeausteninvermont.wordpress.com/2012/11/08/an-austen-sighting-mr-knightleys-gaiters/

“Having just finished the first volume of les Veillees du Chateau, I think it a good opportunity for beginning a letter to you while my mind is stored with Ideas worth transmitting…..We have had a dreadful storm of wind in the forepast of this day, which has done a great deal of mischeif among our trees.-I was sitting alone in the dining room, when an odd kind of crash startled me-in a moment afterwards it was repeated; I then went to the window, which I reached just in time to see the last of our two highly valued Elms descend into the sweep!!!!!” -JA to Cassandra Austen 11/8-9/1800 (tune in tomorrow for more descriptions of downed trees)

“The other, which had fallen I suppose in the first crash, & which was the nearest to the pond, taking a more easterly direction sunk amongst our screen of Chesnuts & firs, knocking down one spruce fir, beating off the head of another, & stripping the two corner chesnuts of several branches, in its fall.-This is not all-“. JA to Cassandra Austen 11/8-9/1800

The New Forest in Hampshire looking mystically misty http://LDN.in/5rKET3

http://austenauthors.net/pp200-colonel-fitzwilliam-learns-of-darcys-engagement

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/shira-lazar/lizzie-bennet-diaries_b_2080924.html

http://austenonly.com/2012/11/06/book-review-of-the-letters-of-mrs-lefroy-jane-austens-beloved-friend-edited-by-helen-lefroy-and-gavin-turner/

“….I am full of joy at much of your information; that you should have been to a ball, & have danced at it, & supped with the Prince, & that you should meditate the purchase of a new muslin Gown are delightful circumstances….I wish you a merry Christmas, but no compliments of the Season”. -JA to Cassandra Austen Dec 25, 1798

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