Giveaway: Jane Austen Etsy Swag! (#AustenInAugustRBR)


Hello, Austen in August Pals!

This is just a quick note to let you know that an Austen In August “Etsy Giveaway” is being hosted for us by Shannon of River City Reading.

Head on over there to see what awesome things she has up for grabs – and good luck!

Giveaway is open only to registered participants of our Austen in August event.

2 Comments on “Giveaway: Jane Austen Etsy Swag! (#AustenInAugustRBR)

  1. Damn. I knew I should’ve registered at least for the giveaways! I’m hoping to get at least a re-read of Pride and Prejudice and some Austen fanfiction in before the end of the month.


  2. I tried to comment on the question over at the give away but I couldn’t find where I was supposed to answer the question! Then I tried to comment here but the computer I was on kept blocking me. So, can I just say that my Austen in August experience has been really great! So many awesome posts here at RBR and I LOVED P&P! I hope this post counts toward my sign up for the give away! 🙂


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