Jane Austen

On 19th July 1817, so 200 years ago yesterday, the famous British author Jane Austen died.

As it’s 200 years since her death, there are a lot of activities and celebrations to celebrate Jane’s life and works, possibly the most well-known of which was Pride and Prejudice.

Jane Austen will also be featured on the new, English plastic £10 bank note that will be coming out later this year, along with a quote from Pride and Prejudice.

Actually, Pride and Prejudice is the only book written by Jane Austen that I have read so far, but I have decided to read another one this month. For those of you who have read her other books, which would you recommend?

Earlier this year, my boyfriend and I went to visit Jane Austen’s house. If you’d like to read aboutwhat we found there, and ind out a bit more about Jane Austen’s life, I wrote an article on my other blog, Unseen Beauty. Please also remember that if you found my blog through a comment that I wrote on a fashion and beauty blog, all of my beauty and lifestyle posts are published on Unseen Beauty, not here.

If you’d like to listen to one of Jane’s books, or in fact any of a wide selection of audio books, don’t forget that I have affiliate links for a free trial of the Audible book service. My links are for people in England and Germany, but if you’re not in one of those countries, go and see if Audible is available there. You can get a free book when you sign up. If you don’t want to continue using the service, you just need to cancel within the first month, and you still keep your book, or of course you can carry on using the service. Further details are below.

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