New Year, New Me… Almost!

It may not be spring yet, but I’ve had a bit of a clean up here as I’m hoping to broaden the scope of my blog over the coming year.

I’ll be writing more about that soon, but the first announcement of this new year is that I have a book coming out next month!

So, I’m still writing romance, but this time I’ve ventured into another category – hence the ‘almost’ new me! Having started off writing historical romance set in the Regency era, and then moving on to time-travel romance, which drifts between the early 19th century and today, it seemed perfectly logical to have a go at a contemporary romance!

I’m therefore excited to present The Cottage in a Cornish Cove, the first book in my new series of heart-warming romances set in the fictitious coastal village of Polkerran in Cornwall.

Over the next few weeks, I’ll be posting the opening chapters and talking about future plans for other books in the series, plus there will be news on a couple of other writing projects, including more Regency romance!

What’s it about? Here’s the blurb!

A heart-warming tale of discovering all you never wanted is exactly what you need.

Orphaned as a baby and raised by uncaring relatives, much of Anna Redding’s happiness as a child came from the long summer holidays spent with an elderly family friend, Aunt Meg, in the charming village of Polkerran.

With Aunt Meg’s passing, Anna is drawn back to the West Country, relocating to the Cornish cove where she was once so happy. Filled with memories, she hopes to perhaps open a B&B—and perhaps cross paths with Alex Tremayne again, a local boy she used to have a major crush on and who only had to walk past Anna to make her heart flutter.

Settling into her new life, and enjoying her work for the older, reclusive and—to be honest—often exasperating Oliver Seymour, Anna is delighted when Alex reappears in Polkerran and sweeps her off her feet.

The stars finally seem to be aligned, but just as Anna thinks all she’s ever wished for is within reach, a shock discovery brings everything under threat, and she discovers she’s living a dream that isn’t hers.

Can Anna rescue the new life she has made for herself and, when the testing moment comes, will anyone be there to hold her hand?

Get to know the warm and funny locals of Polkerran, wallow in the quaintness of a Cornish fishing village and fall in love with romance all over again.

The Cottage in a Cornish Cove will be released in both eBook and paperback on 11th February, and you can pre-order at any of the following links:


Barnes & Noble Nook

Smashwords (for PDF, lrf, txt, pdb, html, Mobi or ePub files)

Also available in the Apple iBookStore (link unavailable)

Other News!

I’m currently working on two different Austen-inspired stories. One is a Pride & Prejudice and Persuasion crossover, the other is a Darcy-centric tale.

I’ll be posting news on these and some sample chapters in coming months, so keep an eye out for them, and I’ll be asking for input too!

Happy reading!


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40% off! A Quest for Mr Darcy goes on sale!

It’s that time of year again when we all turn our thoughts to gifts for loved ones. However, it’s not too late to treat yourselves either!

A Quest for Mr Darcy is currently on sale at $2.99 (£2.26) – a 40% reduction! It’s a big book, making this great value for money, so what better time to buy? 😉

It’s available until this coming weekend at this price, through the Kindle, Nook, Kobo and Apples stores at the links below.

Still not sure? It’s receiving amazing reviews (thank you so much to all the readers, bloggers and reviewers out there!), and you can now read try it out by reading the opening to the book here on my Blog, as I have re-posted the first few chapters as a taster. It can be found at this link:

A Quest for Mr Darcy

Here’s a sample of some of the wonderful reviews of the story received so far. I’m so grateful to everyone who has taken the time to read the book and share their thoughts. ❤

“I can’t decide what I loved more – the tender and achingly beautiful romance, the tension-building drama and mystery, or the many heartwarming relationships formed throughout! I highly recommend!”

You can read the full review from Meredith Esparza on this link over at Austenesque Reviews!

“Longtime Cassandra Grafton fan here! Her books are automatic download. Seriously, she could title them “Telephone Book” — and I’m sure to buy her work.

As anticipated, this latest did not disappoint. Quite the page turner with Darcy returning from a year abroad after his disastrous, unsuccessful proposal at Hunsford. How Grafton masterfully weaves her story, entangles all the players, and finally leads us to their well-earned happily-ever-after… Well, pure genius. This one is not to be missed.”

Thank you to Christina Boyd, Amazon Vine Voice Reviewer, for the fab review above, posted to!

“A masterfully written Pride & Prejudice variation.

Jane Austen’s characters are written with a real skill and love, they are so wonderfully recognisable, you know that all their actions are completely true to their personalities. However, Cassandra Grafton goes further – she creates a whole host of brand new characters and does it beautifully!”

A delightful review from J.B. Grantham on!

“I loved everything about this book. There is absolutely nothing that dissatisfies. After finishing the novel, I felt the warmth and gratification of a book well read. With the wonderful way that Cass Grafton writes, her beautifully flowing Regency ‘speak’, a surprising mystery or two, a story with feeling and depth, and a wonderful ending with a few neat twists, this is a book anyone would fancy. I highly recommend it.”

You can read Janet Taylor’s full review on this link at More Agreeably Engaged!

I had so much fun last year writing and posting A Quest for Mr Darcy, and it’s been so heart-warming to read such lovely responses to the story. Thank you to every person who ever left a comment on a chapter, left a review or emailed me about it. ❤

You can find the book at the reduced price at the following links:

Kindle Store

Nook Store

Kobo Store

Apple Store

Smashwords Store (all formats, plus PDF etc)


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Jane Austen £10 Giveaway Winners Announced!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the recent draw to win one of the new £10 Jane Austen notes I picked up on the day of release – unused and never been in circulation! The response was fabulous, and I loved reading everyone’s responses to the question.

I’m delighted to announce that the two winners are:

Donna D Krug


Jennifer Redlarczyk

Congratulations to you both, and do please contact me either through PM on Facebook or on my email at cassandra {dot} grafton {at} gmail {dot} com so that I know what address to send your prize to!

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It’s a Quest Anniversary & a Jane Austen £10 Note Giveaway!

A year ago today, 11th October, I began posting regular instalments of A Quest for Mr Darcy.

The book was published in June of this year, and I have been touched, delighted and humbled by the lovely response to the story, so thank you to everyone who followed along during the six months of weekly postings, encouraging me along the way, and to all those who have since read it and shared their thoughts on it.

By way of celebration, I am honouring one of the things that has most surprised (and then touched) me about this story: how much I enjoyed writing Bingley’s younger twin sisters, Olivia and Viola, and by the response to them from readers. Bringing original characters into a story peopled with those we have all loved for so many years is a daunting prospect, so I thank each and every one who has ever told me they enjoyed the twins and their antics!

As we’re talking twins, there have to be two things to give away. Some of you may recall I was in Winchester on the anniversary of Jane Austen’s passing back in July, where I attended the presentation of the new £10 note. It was a real treat to be able to hold one of the notes and see up close how very pretty they are!

It was released into general circulation in the UK on 14th September, and by sheer good fortune, I happened to be in the country attending the annual Jane Austen Festival in Bath. Only a few select banks across the country had been sent the notes for this first day of release, and I had no idea Bath was one of them until I saw a local news report from Milsom Street! Recognising the ATM the reporter stood beside, I prodded my friends into action, and we were soon each holding one of these little pieces of history in our hands!

One was never going to be enough, however, and soon I had in my possession a little pile of freshly minted, never been in circulation, immaculate £10 notes!

I donated my first £10 to the Jane Austen House Museum and their ‘Bring Jane Home‘ campaign when we visited there the following week.

I have also passed some of these unused and very special notes to a few friends who would not likely come across one in the foreseeable future. However, I have two left over from that early raid on the cash machine, and I’m now going to give them away to two readers of my Blog!

All you have to do to enter a draw to win one of them is leave a comment below as to why you want one! 😀

Oh, and you can find out why I gave Bingley three younger half-sisters (the hint came from  Jane Austen herself, within the pages of Pride & Prejudice) at this link which announced the start of the story last year!


NB: Giveaway will run for 4 days, closing at midnight UK time on Sunday, 15th October 2017. Two winners will be drawn randomly and announced here on the Blog. Unclaimed prizes will be re-drawn if not claimed within 48 hours.


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Giveaway Winner Announced!

Huge thanks to author, J B Grantham, for visiting my Blog and for letting me interview her about her upcoming release, Mr Darcy’s Guide to Pemberley.

The draw for her fabulous giveaway ended at midnight UK time on Monday.

There were lots of fascinating entries over who would be the ‘friend’ of choice from any of Jane Austen’s characters. Unsurprisingly, Elizabeth Bennet was the most popular, but there were some inspiring choices, with excellent reasonings behind them, from the more traditional: Jane Bennet, Elinor Dashwood and Anne Elliot, to the intriguing: Mr Bennet, Mrs Gardiner, Anne de Bourgh and more! Many thanks to everyone who took the time to leave such thoughtful comments. ❤

And now to announce the lucky winner of the gorgeous prizes:

Leah Pruett, it’s YOU! 😀

An email is on its way to you; congratulations, and thank you for stopping by to participate.

Thank you again to all those who took part! Both Julia and I had fun exchanging ideas with you all!

Don’t forget to pre-order this absolutely gorgeous and original book, out on 1st October!

Pre-order through this link, to save £5 on the release price! Mr Darcy’s Guide to Pemberley

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Interview and Giveaway with Author J B Grantham!

I am delighted to bring you a fascinating post today from a dear friend, along with a gorgeous giveaway!

Please welcome J B Grantham, author of Mr Darcy’s Guide to Pemberley, due to be released on 1st October 2017. The book will provide the reader with an opportunity to ‘walk’ the grounds of Pemberley guided by its Master, none other than Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy himself, as he invites you to discover its beauty and secrets.

Julia very kindly agreed to be interviewed for my Blog and so, without further delay, here is our conversation!


First of all, thank you so much, Cass, for inviting me to visit your gorgeous blog. I really appreciate this opportunity to talk to your readers about my new book and all things Pemberley.

Since my very first meeting with Cass, which – very appropriately – took place in Winchester, we’ve been discovering various common interests and obsessions. Apart from Jane Austen (obsession, obviously), we share a love for Harry Potter (also obsession, of course), English history and countryside, themed jewellery and – quite perplexingly – the size of asparagus in different parts of the world (I won’t attempt an explanation of how this came about, but one has to tell it like it is)!

I was also privileged and delighted to attend a launch party at 4 Sydney Place, Bath for Cass’s book, co-written with her friend, Ada Bright, The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen, and it remains one of my favourite memories of attending a Jane-Austen-inspired event. 

The invitation to visit Cass’ blog could not have been met with more enthusiasm – I am very happy to be here and very grateful for such thoughtful questions.

And I am grateful to you for joining me here, Julia! Now, tell us a little about how Jane Austen first came into your life and your first encounter with Mr Darcy!

It was a long time ago, in what I refer to sometimes as ‘my previous life’. In that life, I was a medical doctor and a lecturer at a medical university in Russia. I’d worked on my PhD in gastroenterology and lived in happy (or, should I say, unhappy) ignorance of Pemberley, Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Darcy. This continued until, by some absolute miracle, one of the Russian TV channels purchased and broadcast the 1995 BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. It was shown over 6 weeks, one episode a week, and I just couldn’t wait for each instalment.

I must say, Jane Austen was not particularly known in the Soviet Union and, subsequently, Russia. Although it is very different now, the ideological bosses of the Soviet era did not see her books as political enough. Her characters didn’t suffer at the hands of ruling classes, their dreams and aspirations were too domestic, they were far from revolutionary, and the endings were too happy. Austen’s sharp tongue and merciless satire were, of course, lost on those who made decisions about what the ‘masses’ should read.

I worked at a university, but no one in my department had read Pride and Prejudice or any other of Jane Austen’s books. Of course, I could not rest until I found the book in a Russian translation. One of the old professors had an ancient edition, and I read it in one sitting. With most of my female colleagues becoming enchanted with and bewildered by Mr Darcy, my favourite character was Elizabeth – then and ever since. So much so that, when the opportunity arose for me to come to England to do some research in my field of medicine, I accepted it only because it was the country of Jane Austen and Elizabeth Bennet.

That’s fascinating, Julia. I’m so pleased you eventually discovered the pleasures of Jane Austen’s world. What, then, gave you the inspiration to create your gorgeous book, Mr Darcy’s Guide to Pemberley?

I spent many years in the UK before I had a chance to visit Lyme Park, which for me always has been Pemberley. During the years when I couldn’t visit, I was searching the bookshops and then, later, the Internet, for an illustrated book about the property. I searched and searched and couldn’t find anything apart from a National Trust paperback. I bought it, of course; but it did not satisfy my desire to see more of the place. That is why, after my first visit to Pemberley a few years ago, I started drafting this book so that everyone could learn more about this beautiful place, especially people who live far away and cannot easily come and visit Lyme Park.

I’m so happy you made that decision! The book is beautifully illustrated, but who created the drawings, and can you tell us a bit about the process?

All the images, apart from those clearly mentioned in the notes, are my own work. The process is very long and not straightforward. It starts with pencils and watercolours, of course. Then I use scissors for various cut-outs, combine pictures together, scan them and edit further on a graphics tablet. Each image is re-scanned and re-edited many times, which is why it took me over three years to complete the book. And I am still trying to change some of the images!

As for the photographs from the BBC 1995 adaptation, they are copyrighted to the BBC, so I purchased licences for each of them. It is a detailed process – you need to list the title you are using them in, the page number, even the size, but I felt it was the right thing to do.

Your dedication and hard work has resulted in a delightful book!

It is clear you have a deep love for, and knowledge of, Lyme Park in Cheshire, (the National Trust managed property which stood in for the exterior and grounds of Pemberley in the iconic BBC adaptation of Pride & Prejudice). How did you research the ‘Pemberley estate’?

I tried to read everything I could. As I said – it wasn’t much. Visiting Lyme Park and talking to its wonderful guides was a great source of information, but it still felt not enough, and then one day I just hit lucky! I discovered a reprinted book from 1917, published originally in New York, The House of Lyme: from its foundation to the end of the eighteenth century, by the Lady Newton. It is a thick tome, and, of course, I was writing about Pemberley, not the history of the Lyme Park estate, but I used several details from the book in the Guide, such as the first names of both Mr Darcy’s grandfather and his father.

I cherish this book so much that my very first Jane Austen Literacy Foundation bookplate went into it.

I am pledging 10% of the book’s profits to the Foundation, which raises money for literacy projects in Jane Austen’s name, and I am very happy to support a worthy cause so close to my heart.

That’s a wonderful gesture, Julia.

Now, can you share what your favourite part of the grounds is, the place where you like to sit and just take everything in?

In the grounds of Pemberley I usually walk and walk – there is so much to take in before dark. But, when my legs give up under me, my favourite place to sit is, undoubtedly, the covered top terrace of the rose garden.

It is important to mention that some constructions at Lyme Park were added later than Pride and Prejudice’s timeline. However, they featured in the TV adaptation and are there now for every visitor to see. To deal with this dilemma, I marked with an asterisk all the places that did not exist in 1814 (when Mr Darcy was writing his guide book), but are there now.

It is an inevitable challenge when writing this sort of book – a fusion of fantasy and reality – but my aim was to do justice to a place I love and, as much as possible, to enable the reader to separate the reality from fiction should they wish to. That is why the names of real people – architects and craftsmen – are highlighted in bold italic, while fictional characters are not highlighted in this way. In other words, I took all precautions to keep the fantasy alive while staying true to facts.

And you’ve done a wonderful job!

You have a beautiful garden of your own. Did any part of it inspire aspects of your book – the illustrations of the individual blooms, for example?

It is rather the other way around, in that I always have Pemberley in mind when I work in my garden – not that it is anywhere near it in scale or grandeur, but one always can dream. For example, ever since I noticed small islands of daisies growing in the lawns of Pemberley, I started leaving them to grow in my lawn – daisies, white clover – these little patches of flowers look great on the lawn and attract hundreds of bees, and the idea came to me from Pemberley.

I’ll tell you another amazing story about our garden and Lyme Park. Our house is quite old, with one wall dating back to 1800, and there is a plaque built into the outside chimney depicting an arm holding a banner.

Imagine my surprise and delight when I discovered these severed arms with a banner can be found in abundance at Lyme House! How astonished I was to discover this was the ‘Augmentation of Honour’ of the Legh family, an honour bestowed on the family in 1575 by Queen Elizabeth I, in recognition of a courageous rescue of the Black Prince standard by a Legh family ancestor, Thomas Danyers.

How this symbol found its way onto the chimney of our house is a mystery I am currently trying to decipher.


Wow, that’s fascinating, Julia, and what a wonderful potential connection to a place that has become so significant to you! Thank you so much for coming along to share some of the background behind your love of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and the inspiration behind the gorgeous and innovative Mr Darcy’s Guide to Pemberley.

I’m proud to say I was asked to write a review for inclusion in the book, and I highly recommend it, not only to fans of Pride and Prejudice, but anyone who loves history, English landscapes, stately homes and stunning gardens.

About the Author

J B Grantham is a wife, mother, medical doctor, PhD, university lecturer, businesswoman, training consultant, video producer, an aspiring author of children’s fiction, a Harry Potter fanatic, Jane Austen enthusiast, the mother of cats (two), ducks (multiple) and a pheasant, a Facebook blogger with a great following (thank you, guys!), a Creative Director of the Jane Austen Literacy Foundation (we are all volunteers there), a writer and illustrator of Jane Austen-inspired travel fiction.

About the Book and its Specifications

Sumptuously presented, and doing full justice to the stunning place it describes, this book is the first and only of its kind. It is only available as a hardback, wrapped in a smooth dustcover with gold emboss. Inside, the book is printed on high quality silky paper with full colour paintings adorning every page. Hand-drawn maps guide you around Mr Darcy’s extensive estate and perfectly imagine every detail as if you were walking the garden paths beside your generous (and handsome!) host.

From the author:

“When I brought my specifications to the printers their reply was: ‘Sounds like a nice book with every high priced print process known to man and the most expensive paper you can buy.’ That scared me a little, but I had to stick to it to do justice to the beautiful place this book is about.”


– hardback, landscape, 28×21 cm

– Dust cover with gold emboss

– Satin paper

– Full colour throughout

– 108 pages, with illustrations on every page

Because the book will be expensive to print, pre-orders will be fulfilled first. There may then be some available for general sale.

How to Order Your Copy

You can pre-order to save money and secure your copy.

Why pre-order?

Firstly, this way you secure your copy. The book is a limited edition and the number of copies produced will be strongly determined by the number of pre-orders we receive.

Secondly, there is a special introductory price on pre-orders, saving £5 off the regular price of the book.

The book will be released on 1st October 2017, and you will not be charged until the date of release.

It is coming to in October at RRP £25 + p&p

Pre-order at for £20 + p&p only

The Jane Austen Literacy Foundation

J B Grantham is delighted to be supporting the Jane Austen Literary Foundation, a registered not-for-profit organisation. The Foundation was created in honour of Jane Austen, to improve global literacy rates by raising money to fund reading and writing resources for communities in need across the world, by Caroline Jane Knight, Jane Austen’s fifth great niece, who has also kindly written the Foreword for the book.


Julia is offering a fabulous giveaway for one lucky winner! It’s open internationally, is absolutely unique and cannot be replicated or purchased in any shops because it is completely handmade by talented artists.

This is what you could win:

  • An A5 portrait of Mr Darcy by an amazing artist, E Tarnovski;
  • A Jane Austen silhouette badge;
  • Four Jane Austen books pendants (they can be worn as individual pendants, or as part of a necklace or a charm bracelet) – all by talented young artist, Alyona.

To enter, please leave a comment below answering the following question from Julia:

“If you could choose a friend amongst Jane Austen’s characters (only a friend), who would it be and why?”

Good luck everyone!

NB: The giveaway will run until midnight UK time on Monday, 4th September 2017, and the winner will be announced here on the Blog. If the prize is not claimed within 48 hours, a further draw will be made.

Where to find J B Grantham

Connect with J B Grantham on Facebook:

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Giveaway Winner Announced at Last!

I am so sorry to be so late in announcing the winner of the latest giveaway here on my Blog! The draw ended back on 19th July, but I was travelling until yesterday and am only now back at my desk and able to make the announcement.

And the winner of the Jane Austen prize bundle, along with a copy of A Quest for Mr Darcy, is:


Cristina, please email me at cassandra {dot} grafton {at} gmail {dot} com with your choice of eBook or paperback and your address so I can get your winnings off to you. 😀

(If the prize remains unclaimed by midnight UK time on Thursday, 3rd August, a new drawing will take place.)

Thank you to everyone who shared what they would be doing on 18th July to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s passing. I’ll be back to report on my experiences in Winchester, from statue unveilings, exhibitions, floral tributes and more, very soon!





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A Quest for Mr Darcy – now in paperback!!

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THE BEAST* IS BOUND!! But there’s no need to fear cruelty to animals! It simply means that Quest is now a paperback book! Flex those wrist muscles, readers! It’s a whopping 762 pages of story, and for those who prefer … Continue reading

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Giveaway Winners Announced & First Sighting of the ‘Beast’!

Anyone who read along as I rushed to get chapters of A Quest for Mr Darcy up on time will recall my inability to spot all the typos in each post, so you’re probably wondering if I’ve slipped up again in the heading to this one!

I haven’t! 😉 There were so many lovely, beautifully explained responses in the Comments, and such a variety of characters chosen, I decided to giveaway TWO Brilliant Uncirculated £2 Coins (I wish I had more to spare! You all deserve one!)

There were 22 entries (Anji abstained, as she already has the coin), and my trusty assistant (aka my husband, Julian) did the honours before he went to work and picked two numbers. The winners are:

  • Julie R
  • Lynn Bischoff

Please contact me on cassandra {dot} grafton {@} gmail {dot} com, or via Facebook Messenger if we are connected there, with your address so I can get the presentation pack off to you!

(If a prize remains unclaimed within 3 days, a new name will be picked!)

Congratulations to Julie and Lynn, and thank you SO much to everyone who took the time to leave a comment. ❤

The ‘Beast’!

Again, as many of you know, A Quest for Mr Darcy ended up much longer than I had anticipated… about a whole book-length longer! Sigh.

Despite lopping over 10,000 redundant words from the manuscript during editing, it still remained a whopping 190,000 words long in the end. As it lumbered its way to and fro across the world between Switzerland and my lovely team of proof readers, it became affectionately known as ‘the Beast’. I’m hoping they were only referring to its size, of course! 😉

Well, the paperback proof copy has finally arrived with me! As you can see from the photos, it’s quite a hefty tome. There are a few tweaks to be made to the cover and interior, but I’m hoping it will be published within the next two weeks – I’ll announce it here when it’s available, and no doubt I will find something to offer as a giveaway, too! 😀


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Round up of Giveaways still Running, a New One and a Sale!

Canada has just celebrated its 150th Anniversary, and there’s a big holiday pending in the US this week too, so it seemed time to celebrate!


Two of the giveaways have now closed, but thank you to everyone who entered by leaving comments at Diary of an Eccentric and Austenesque Reviews. Huge thanks to Anna and Meredith for hosting these! ❤ ❤

Two giveaways are still running, however!

There’s an exclusive outtake from the Prologue of A Quest for Mr Darcy over at Claudine’s lovely blog, Just Jane 1813, and you can read it and enter the giveaway here. Closing date for entries is 5th July.

The lovely Janet Taylor has written a beautiful and eloquent review of the book over at More Agreeably Engaged, which you can read here, and there is a further giveaway to enter. Closing date: 6th July.


In other news, the paperback is still under preparation and will be out sometime in July. I will announce it here as soon as it’s live! (Remember the accompanying health warning: make sure you have a wrist rest. On a more positive note, as my husband says, at least it will make a useful doorstop once you’re done reading!)


On 7th July, it will be the first anniversary of the release of The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen (co-written with the lovely cover designer of Quest, Ada Bright)! This title is now available in Kindle Unlimited AND for the coming week is also on sale at $2.99!

If you haven’t yet read of Jane Austen’s adventures in contemporary Bath during the Festival honouring her name, now is your chance! 😉

Further exciting news about the book and the sequel will be coming in the following weeks over on our Blog at Tabby Cow.


I seem to have a spare presentation pack of the Brilliant Uncirculated £2 Coin featuring Jane Austen! What can you do in the circumstances? Oh yes! Give it away!

To enter the draw, just leave a comment revealing your favourite Austen character – from any novel – and why! The draw will be open for 72 hours, so a winner will be chosen on Wednesday morning UK time!

Happy Holidays to those celebrating, and good luck in the various giveaways to everyone!


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