... and finally sitting in front of a functioning computer in my new house. I had no idea I would be without internet for so long (almost two whole weeks!), but it was worth it as the new house is gorgeous! As I am still in midst of getting settled and my super wonderful mother-in-law is in town helping me, this will not be a long post - just a quick check in. My sixth anniversary is this weekend and we intend to celebrate in style. Regular posts will recommence in June.
I am profusely sorry to all of those who have been looking for Janeicillin these past two weeks. Persuasion will commence next Thursday, I promise. Those who were looking for the answer to the riddle included in the final installment of Pride and Prejudice, it is "Tomorrow".
I have read a bunch of JAFF in need of review. Check back to read my thoughts on Deception by Ola Wegner, Perfect Fit by Linda Wells, and Twilight of the Abyss by Casey Childers. My husband and I have plowed through a bunch of Heyer which I would also like to comment on. I am also participating in Jane in June, for which there will be giveaways and at least one review of First Impressions, as well as my ramblings on Austen obsession. Please check it out. The event is going to be wonderful.
Almost as exciting as a new house and anniversary is that Outskirts Press announced that yours truly was one of their top ten selling authors in April, during which time I sold nearly 400 books! Thank you to all who have purchased, read the book, and enjoyed it. I am absolutely flabbergasted by the positive response it has received and can't wait for life to settle back down so I can pick back up the pen.
So until next week, I hope my fellow Americans thoroughly enjoy the holiday and that our international Austenites are happy and flourishing. Have wonderful weekends everyone!