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Friday, June 1, 2018

Jane Austen Mug, Tea, Necklace and Books Giveaway


Enter this international giveaway for a chance to win a Jane Austen mug, tea blended by Rosie Lea Tea, a necklace made by The Locket Library and books. Good luck!


The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.

29 comments:

  1. "What do you like the most about romantic classics and why?" I like the romantic classics, because literary romance needs sass as well as sweetness!

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  2. I love visiting the periods and places and how the romances play out.

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  3. I love the authenticity of the surroundings and behaviour and thinking - it's hard to get in the head of people who lived in a different era, it was a different world!

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  4. I love how they have no modern conveniences to distract them .

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  5. I love the settings, the language use and beautiful descriptions of places and outfits and how romance develops.

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  6. Romantic classics offer excellent storytelling, beautiful descriptive language and well developed characters, along with a glimpse into the manners, politics and philosophy of the past that is less accessible through non-fiction history books. There's just something attractive and intriguing about a book that has stood the test of time and offers a clean, and time-tested look into history and storytelling.

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  7. I love Jane Austen! And this is a givaway I would love to win :)

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  8. Thanks for the chance to win!๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ“š

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  9. I like to learn about the past and how people lived and dressed.

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  10. I enjoy the simplicity of the characters lives. Their lives don't have rushed pace of modern life.

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  11. I like how classy and proper they are

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  12. I love reading the differences from how life usually is! Escapism at its best.
    jan

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  13. That they are timeless stories. You can somewhat relate in any period of history.

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  14. I agree, Romantic Classics can be re-read and enjoyed many times. Great writing and memorable characters.

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  15. I love the courtship and conversation!

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  16. What do you like the most about romantic classics and why?

    The cultural differences, the descriptive narrative, the construction of the characters.

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  17. I love how simple their lives were, without all the modern day distractions we have now. It's fun to escape from it all for a little while. Austen is my favourite of all classics!

    The Writing Finch

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  18. I love how life was so different before technology. I love the language and how people were back then.

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  19. The classics are so well written. I enjoy the character banter.

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  20. I like romantic classics because they escape me from my daily routines :-)

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  21. I like to see the changes and differences between courtship then and now.

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  22. I like the angst before the first kiss.

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  23. Forget all the hardships of life and loose myself in a great book.

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  24. I love the different eras that they are set in and the male chivalry.

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  25. I like the plot and setting or background in Romantic Classic, because they give me insight about norm, common point of view, how people living at that time (at the story's time setting or when book is written). It's simply interesting and i get to learn something. Better if the story has detailed description about place, architecture or fashion, or world building. It's simply fascinating.

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  26. I haven't read many romantic classics: Only Pride and Prejudice and Wuthering Heights. I didn't like P&P and quite enjoyed WH. I'd be interested in reading more and seeing what my opinions would be.

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