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Thank you to everyone who entered the competition to win a signed copy of Mr. Darcy’s Secret. The winner is:

                                                                         EmileeHope


Congratulations Emilee – could you please contact me with your address details and I’ll put your copy in the post.

Thank you to Laura Hartness for a lovely review over at Calico Critic Blogspot. I am enormously grateful to everyone who has taken the time to read and review my book; it really means so much to me.
Don’t forget to tune into the Austen Twitter Project tomorrow Last week’s chapters are posted up for our delight along with the next twist in the plot. If you’ve ever been tempted to try your hand at writing a novel inspired by Jane, now is your chance. Come and join in, it’s a lot of fun and it’s open to everyone!

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I’m really enjoying my tour and I hope you’ve been able to follow me so far. I’m the guest of Luxury Reading today where I’m talking about Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth, the joys of research when writing, and my luxuries.

I hope you have been following the Austen Twitter Project 
today. If not, it’s still happening, and will be on following Tuesdays for many weeks to come. Your writing dreams may be realised as you tweet along with Austen fans from all over the world! You can become part of, or simply observe, an Austen inspired tale which is unfolding before your very eyes!
I signed up for three 15 minute sessions today. It’s a bit scary because you have to wait and see what the person before you is tweeting about, so you can carry on your part of the tale, but it is great fun. Have a go – I promise it’s all in the starting, and I know you will enjoy it. Follow the sign #A4T and remember to scroll down to the bottom to read from the beginning.
A special thanks go to Adam Spunberg and Lynn Shepherd who have organised this special event between them. You can read all about it by clicking their links!

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