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Jane in January: Jane Austen Said it Best — 33 Comments

  1. I have used the quote about people being agreeable quite a few times! I once saw a girl’s copy of P&P filled with highlighted lines of things she liked!

    Maybe this will be my week to win! I’m in the US but have no prize preference.

  2. “Say hello to your business for me” from What would Mr Darcy do is one of my all-time favorite quotes. This gal from Kansas loves that book. Lisa

  3. I won Maria’s magnet with the agreeable quote recently. My son, who usually has very little to say about my JaneAusten obsession, read it and said, “I really like that.” Love it! (US)

  4. These graphics are great fun! I’m in the US and I already have the books by Abigail Reynolds and Monica Fairview, so I’d prefer one of the other prizes in the unlikely event I won something.

  5. Even after all these years, her quotes can still be applied in today settings. Love the giveaways this week. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  7. I love Jane’s quotes. Thank you. My favorite of these quotes is, “There are people, who the more you do for them, the less they will do for themselves.” I am in the US and have Monica’s ebook and the paperback of “What Would Mr. Darcy Do.”

  8. Thank you all for the giveaway chance. I would most like Shannon Winslow’s book & my second choice would be Monica Fairview’s. Thank you again!

  9. I love these quotes! Please throw my name in the hat for Shannon Winslow’s book. I am in the U.S. I hope my entry goes through, since the Rafflecopter hasn’t reset. Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. She is so quotable, isn’t she? So many great ones from both her personal letters and her novels. I really like your graphic, with the quotes on the little bulletin board.

    I already have Monica’s ebook but I’d love to win any of the other prizes. Thanks so much! You all are always so generous.

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