For 2019 The Jane Austen Festival Bath is delighted to announce the following publications
This year the Jane Austen Festival hosts an exclusive launch of the ebook The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen by Ada Bright and Cass Grafton.
When a time travelling Jane Austen gets stuck in modern-day Bath it’s up to avid Janeite Rose Wallace to save her… because she’s the only one who knows that Jane exists!
Ebook to be published by Canelo on the 12th September, available to pre-order now.
If you love Pride and Prejudice as much as I do, you’ll want to find out What Kitty Did Next. Elizabeth has Darcy, Jane has Bingley, Lydia has Wickham. So what happened to poor, overlooked Catherine Bennet. Was she really as stupid as her father said? Really that ignorant? I didn’t think so! There is only one Jane Austen. I know that, but I had to tell this story… and all I can do is crave the incomparable Miss Austen’s indulgence and invite you to come back into Kitty’s world. She has a lot to learn…
Author Carrie Kablean will be discussing her novel in a free event on Saturday 14th September during the Festival Fayre.
Are you more Marianne than Elinor, Lydia rather than Lizzy? Be More Jane will teach you to address life with more sense and less prejudice, taking useful lessons from the novels and letters of Jane Austen, one of the world’s best-loved writers. Times may change, but many of our problems remain the same. Sophie Andrews, a young Janeite, knows from personal experience that in times of trouble, or just on matters of friendship, family and love, answers are to be found in the pages of Miss Austen’s novels.
Sophie Andrews will be holding an informal Q&A and book signing session on Tuesday 17t h September in the Mission Theatre Cafe. Free event.
Magazine subscription available securely online. This delightful periodical has informative articles on all sorts of areas of life in the times of Jane Austen and associated pieces too. Jane Austen is for life not just for festivals!