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Official Launch of “Pride and Prejudice – Behind the Scenes” — 52 Comments

  1. This sounds both ambitious and worthwhile! I am constantly in awe of the passionate creativity of Austen Variations authors and will look forward to reading this.

  2. I’ve certainly enjoyed the first edition/volume and look forward to this new one. Winning it would be wonderful.

    Many thanks to all those who wrote for and worked on producing this work.

  3. I did say at the time that these scenes should be published! I have a copy of The Scenes Jane Austen never wrote but as thus also contains the new ones I will have to get it. Hopefully I will win a copy so thanks for the opportunity.

  4. I would be so excited to win a copy of this book because as it is I think I am going to have to buy at least two as gifts.

  5. Please enter me in the giveaway. I’ve read “Pride and Prejudice — The Scenes Jane Austen Never Wrote” and enjoyed it immensely. 700 pages of new P+P goodness sounds like a dream come true.

  6. Yes please. I bought the first book and loved it so looking forward to this one too. Thank you all so much to the JAFF authors for keeping this story alive for people like me!

  7. Really looking forward to seeing and reading a copy of this book. Thank you to you all for all the hard work.
    What fun it all is to read it alongside Pride and Prejudice.

  8. I’m so glad to see this giveaway . The old edition had been one of my first JAFF purchases that got me addicted to the genre . I loved the stories there, and discovered my first favorite authors. I would love to read this updated version

  9. Congratulation on the new book! I enjoyed reading the excerpt at Book Rat. I would also love to own a copy of this book. Thank you.

  10. Oh the s is delightful, I did indeed buy the full version and t and can’t wait to start the second. I was actually hoping there might be a companion book someday, and here it is. It would be great to win a copy, but it I don’t, I will certainly buy it!

  11. The authors are to be commended once again for contributing to a Jane Austen charity. Kudos to you. I loved the first book and would love to read this new tomb in ebook format! Thank you for the excerpt as Caroline’s machinations are always the best and thank you for the giveaway.

  12. Congratulations to all involved, and especially to those you had to edit and proof read such a massive volume! Please don’t enter me in any draw as I’ll be buying my own copy in both formats!

  13. Thank you for this wonderful website….I do love JAFF and it is always a treat to read what these authors have written.
    I look forward to reading this new effort. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

  14. What a wonderful project! I hope Behind the Scenes will be available on Kindle so that I can increase the font to a size I can read! Thanks for all of your inspiring work – individually and collectively!

  15. I am absolutely on board. Somehow, I missed the earlier volume and am excited to catch up. This is wonderful – oh yes, please, and thank you so much!!

  16. Gosh I am glad I own the old version! I would definitely buy the new one as well to help to donate to Austen charities! What a wonderful if ambitious goal!
    I would love to win this new book filled to the brim with wonderful scenes never written, behind the scenes and all and everything between! Ohhh yes please let me win – and thank you for the opportunity to win this new book!

    • I can’t take credit for putting that line in, Mary. Someone else, someone in the position to know, added that, which prompted me to now, as I should have before, give special credit to the four of you who assembled and edited the book. Speaking of a Herculean task!

    • I enjoyed the stories. It was fun reading the scenes Jane left out. Thanks to the authors for writing such enjoyable scenes. Kudos ladies and gentleman for sharing their talents. Please do not enter me as I have purchased the ebooks already.

  17. Congratulations to the wonderful authors and to Debbie! What a treat to have more to enjoy! Thank you for this giveaway!

  18. I loved reading the Scenes Jane Austen Never Wrote and eagerly anticipate enjoying all the new scenes in the collection! Thanks for the giveaway and for continuing to bring fresh scenes to us P&P addicts!

  19. Oh myyy! 700 pages of JAFF goodness? I love the original and have really enjoyed the new scenes as they were posted. I may not have commented but I read them all.

    Congratulations to you all on this new endeavour and I hope you raise oodles for your chosen JA charity. I’ll definitely be buying a copy if I’m not one of the lucky ones.

  20. I remember anxiously waiting for every new scene of P&P200 to come out and reading it immediately whenever or wherever I was. I am so excited to read this new updated book!

  21. Am I on board for more than 700 pages of P&P? You bet I am! Congrats to all the authors on the new book! I’d love to win a copy!

  22. I came to JAFF somewhat recently and so never saw the first version (altho’ I’m sure I’ll be looking for it soon!). 700 pages of more of our beloved characters? You betcha! Thank you to all the authors who worked so diligently to make this a reality. I look forward to enjoying the fruits of your labours!

  23. I think Jane Austen would get a chuckle out of this: the ultimate in fan fiction crossing over into legitimate fiction. “Are the shades of Meryton to be thus productive?!”
    Can’t wait to read it, myself, and I’m sure Jane would buy a copy, too. (So would Lady Catherine, though she’d never admit it.)

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