“…but for my own part, if a book is well written, I always find it too short.”
― Jane Austen
Confession: I ❤ Jane Austen. (Who’s with me?)
It wasn’t until my early twenties that I discovered (and subsequently fell in love with) our dear Jane.
She introduced me to the magic of the Regency Era — from the manners and civility, and a female author’s electric wit, to the loveliness of England and the quaint homes and manors that dotted the countryside… I guess you could say that I was captured from the word Fitzwilliam. : )
With my love of all things vintage, I fell into researching and writing this era very early in my Christian fiction career. And it was author Sarah Ladd who befriended me several years back, in part because of our mutual love of all things Austen. We began writing for Regency Reflections together. We talked about Jane’s books and brainstormed stories in the setting we love. And in the years since, we’ve enjoyed loving Christian fiction set in this era as well. So it’s my honor now to celebrate the upcoming release of her third novel in the Whispers on the Moors series: A Lady at Willowgrove Hall, with a wonderful promotion from our publisher, Harper Collins Christian Publishing!
FREE eBook PROMOTION — from 8/19 – 10/6:
Pre-order A Lady at Willowgrove Hall, forward your purchase confirmation email to email@example.com, and you’ll receive a free eBook download of my current book, The Butterfly and the Violin. It’s as simple (and as AWESOME) as that! ; )
REGENCY GIVEAWAY — “I ❤ Mr. Darcy” Austen-inspired Prize Pack!
Also, you can Click HERE to enter our Regency Era giveaway, including:
- “I ❤ Mr. Darcy” tote
- DVD of Austenland
- An audio book each of Sarah’s books, The Heiress of Winterwood and The Headmistress of Rosemere
- English tea
- A signed copy of Kristy’s new book, A Sparrow in Terezin, Book #2 in the Hidden Masterpiece series, set for release in April, 2015.
This giveaway runs from 8/19 – 8/29, so stop by and enter each day!
Thanks again for celebrating with us… Sarah and I are so glad you love Jane Austen -and- that you’re excited for new Christian fiction books hitting your store shelves soon.