introducing…holidays with jane: thankful hearts

Happy first day of fall! As part of the Holidays with Jane Fall into Austen event, I get to introduce you to our NEWEST COLLECTION of awesome holiday inspired Jane Austen adaptations!

 

But first a little bit about the Fall into Austen event!

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Our collection of Halloween stories (Holidays with Jane: Trick or Sweet) is now FREE for your Kindle (September 22 – 26). Grab a copy here.

Also, we are giving away lots of fun prizes (see the rafflecopter below to enter!)

And now, here is our newest collection!

 

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Holidays with Jane: Thankful Hearts

It’s time for crisp weather, colorful leaves, and a Thanksgiving feast. The authors of the Holidays with Jane series bring you Holidays with Jane: Thankful Hearts, six modern-day adaptations of Jane Austen’s novels. Join your favorite heroines around the fire with a cup of hot apple cider for heart-warming takes on these classic stories.

Coming October 2016

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10 thoughts on “introducing…holidays with jane: thankful hearts

  1. Autumn and Austen-inspired stories…two of my favorite things! I think I will go walk among the pretty trees and read in the crisp fall air…

  2. Oh yeah! Definitely looking forward to this! I have the others, so need to keep a complete collection. Just wondering, how many holidays will you do? You’re not going to scrape the bottom of the barrel with some of those unusual “holidays” are you? I can just see: Jane Celebrates Watermelon Month, etc. :-)

  3. We don’t have Thanksgiving here in the UK, we have Harvest Festival, but that’s a church celebration rather than something you’d do at home, so I’m fascinated to see what you do with this theme!

  4. Phooey! I left a comment earlier today. I really did! But now it’s not here. :-(
    Well, anyway, I look forward to reading this book. I have the others, and hope that there will be many more.

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