This was fun! I created five instead of one - can you guess which Austenite works these six-story lines each describe? Care to try yourself?
Gothic pastiche with love thrown in.
Epistolary freindship and parody; misspelling Austen's.
Universal truth: women seek rich husbands.
Matchmaking often results in broken hearts.
Pride and Prejudice for mature lovers.
In other news, I ordered my Persephone Secret Santa gift for me Santee last week and that should be winging its way to them now; I also received the name for my Book Blogger Holiday Swap recipient yesterday and planning what to send to them. I love planning bookish gifts for fellow bloggers! Choosing books for other people that you hope they enjoy is incredibly exciting.
Quote a couple of spoiler-free sentences from the book you’re reading to tempt others.
"Belinda was thankful Agatha was out of hearing. 'Yes, I thought the cakes were lovely."
Some Tame Gazelle by Barbara Pym p. 34