Austen In August Year 5! #AustenInAugustRBR

AustenInAugustRBR-ButtonWelcome to the Master Post for our 5th Annual Austen In August event! This is a one-month event focused on all things Jane Austen, including her primary texts, any re-imaginings of her works, biographies, critical texts, etc. In mid-June, I announced sign-ups for the event, and was excited to discover that so many people are ready to come back to Jane! I know many of you, like me, have been anxious to get started, so thank you all for your interest, for signing-up, and for spreading the word.

I have a lot of things planned for this month-including giveaways, guest posts, and, of course, my own reading and reviewing of Jane Austen works. I will be reading Northanger Abbey, which I’m also hosting as this month’s selection for the Classic Book-a-Month Club

First, let’s talk logistics: Whenever you review a book or write a post related to the event, please link it in the comments section of this master post and include some kind of title or description. This will ensure that others will know what your post is about before they click on it. Please make sure to only link-up your posts in the comments on this main post!

Whenever you link a post, you will become eligible to win the giveaways that I will be hosting here throughout the month. The only way to be entered for these prizes is to make sure your posts are linked-up here (this includes reviews of the books you’ve read, commentary on Austen topics, giveaways, or any other posts directly related to this event).

There are also going to be giveaways hosted by participants of the event (thank you for your generosity!). Specific details for each of these giveaways may be different, so be sure to read the rules on those giveaway posts carefully and enter if you are interested! For any of the giveaways, here or at other participants’ blogs, you will need to be pre-registered (by August 3rd) for this event in order to win. 

Be sure to use #AustenInAugustRBR to chat about this event on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. 

Are you participating? What are you planning to read? Let us know in the comments! 

63 Comments on “Austen In August Year 5! #AustenInAugustRBR

  1. I’ve read at least one Austen book every year since 2002. I just realized that I didn’t read ANY last year! I’m horrified (although I did have a baby and stop getting to do that whole sleeping thing). Anyway, I’m back and obviously miss Jane. So glad you’re hosting! I think I’ll reread my very first Austen, Pride & Prejudice, this month. I’ll post soon.

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  2. I finished Emma last week. (Slow readers gotta get a head start!) I’ll be posting about Emma for sure and probably one other Jane related post. Looking forward to all the Jane fandango!

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  8. Hallo, Hallo fellow Austenites & Janeites!
    I’ve finally been able to blog what I’m intending to focus on this August! I’ll happily start visiting everyone whose decided to participate – either linked on this post and/or the original participation call-out post OR those of whom I find via Twitter! If you’d like to drop by – Austen In August via #JLASblog!

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  10. My first review for this year’s challenge is for Longbourn by Jo Baker about the Bennet servants and the flip side of the famous and favorite story, Pride and Prejudice. Longbourn

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  11. Hope you’re all enjoying your Austen in August reading! Here are my Austen related posts from this week:

    -#6degrees of Separation Meme with Pride and Prejudice: https://dwellinpossibilityblog.wordpress.com/2017/08/05/6-degrees-of-separation-pride-and-prejudice/

    -15 Austen Items From Around the Internet: https://dwellinpossibilityblog.wordpress.com/2017/08/07/%EF%BB%BFausten-items-from-around-the-internet/

    -Book Review of ‘The Jane Austen Project’ by Kathleen A. Flynn: https://dwellinpossibilityblog.wordpress.com/2017/08/11/book-review-the-jane-austen-project-by-kathleen-a-flynn/

    I hope to watch an Austen adaptation or two this weekend and start Lucy Worsley’s biography ‘Jane Austen at Home.’ What are your #AusteninAugustRBR plans?

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  13. Just posted my review of Persuasion -https://sarahreadstoomuchblog.wordpress.com/2017/08/14/book-review-persuasion-by-jane-austen/

    It was my first time reading it (as I know I’ll read it again and again).

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