Posted by: rearadmiral | April 24, 2013

Getting back to normal

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zApKD4CFUjQ

Happy Earth Day! “I shall soon be rested,” said Fanny; “to sit in the shade on a fine day, and look upon verdure, is the most perfect refreshment.”

Having Tea at Betty’s Cafe Tea Rooms in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, is one of the 101 ‘must-do’ activities for tourists in England according to a list recently compiled by VisitEngland. What would make your list?http://LDN.in/QSRQ4t

“This was a letter to be run through eagerly, to be read deliberately, to supply matter for much reflection, and to leave everything in greater suspense than ever”. -Mansfield Park

“Shyness is only the effect of a sense of inferiority in some way or other” -Sense and Sensibility

Madison Street Publishing will be releasing “A Jane Austen Daydream”, by Scott D. Southard on April 30. It is an imaginative retelling of Jane Austen’s life–historical fiction with a twist–that may appeal to all lovers of Jane Austen. 
Madison Street Publishing is currently looking for reviewers who would like to write about the book on their website, blog, Amazon, Goodreads, or other book sharing sites. If you are interested in receiving an advance reading e-copy of the book, please contact Rosanne Spears, MStPublishing@gmail.com. They have it available in PDF, EPUB, and MOBI format.

The author, Scott D. Southard, would also be happy to interact with any of the JASNA chapters for an author interview or book discussion.
Thank you for your consideration, and long live Jane Austen!

“Had I not been bound to silence I could have provided proof enough of a broken heart, even for you”. -Sense and Sensibility

Pride & Prejudice quote of the week: ‘The officers of the –shire were in general a very creditable, gentlemanlike set.’ Chapter 16.

“And have you never known the pleasure and triumph of a lucky guess? I pity you. I thought you cleverer; for depend upon it, a lucky guess is never merely luck. There is always some talent in it”. -Emma

Jane Austen Social Club asked the following:
Other than Jane Austen, who do you like to read?

Me: Wait, there are authors besides Jane Austen????

Jane Austen Social Club Hahaha! For a year straight I didn’t know there were either.

From Stephani Miller:

Hello Boston Janeites! The JASNA Connecticut chapter is holding Jane Austen Summer Getaway July 26-28 in Middletown, CT. But if you just want to join us for the Saturday evening dancing, instead of the whole weekend, we will start selling ball-only tickets ($30 per person) beginning June 1. The ball-only ticket order form will be available at the event blog jasnactsummercamp.wordpress.com soon!

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