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Thursday, January 4, 2018

Jane Austen & C.S. Lewis Autumn Quote Mugs & Bookworm Necklace



Enter this giveaway for a chance to win Jane Austen and C.S. Lewis Autumn themed quote mugs and a Bookworm necklace made by Miss Bohemia. Good luck!


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53 comments:

  1. Jane Austen because I love reading novels that were written over 200 years ago and still feeling connected to the characters. I love how she wrote in such an eloquent, polite style and yet inserted witty jabs and remarks. I love, most of all, how a woman from an era when they were thought to be simply social beings was able to become one of the most celebrated authors of all time.

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  2. Austen said that? Awww all ,y love to her, yes she is m,y fav

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  3. I love C S Lewis as I adored the chronicles of Narnia as a child. He is also from Belfast like me.

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  4. Two of my favourite child hood authors

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  5. My favourite is Charles Dickens, love his novels set in the Victorian era, calling everyone's attention to social problems of the times. His ability to capture your imagination and set the scene so well is enviable and of course captivating.

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  6. Jane Austin definitely is my favourite when choosing a classical author because everything is graceful and romantic.

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  7. "What's your favorite classical author and why?" Tacitus! He's everyone's favorite!

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  8. CS Lewis- As a child I was whisked away to Narnia into the make believe world where animals talked-spent so many hours in these books and still love them to this day

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  9. Jane Austen. Her wit and defined characters are universal and still resonates today. I love her novels and reread them time and time again.

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  10. Ooooh that's a hard one. I'd have to say PG Wodehouse - his books are the funniest I've ever read!! Then Jane Austen VERY close behind - her books are timeless, so easy to read though written 2 centuries ago, witty and wise and hilarious! Tolkien would be close behind her, and C.S. Lewis coming in a close 4th. :D

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  11. I've not read many classics, seen many of their stories on tv though.

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  12. Charles Dickens because of his characters and description

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  13. Jane Austen - love Mansfield park!!

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  14. C.S Lewis such a great author.

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  15. Emily Bronte - because Wuthering Heights was a masterpiece and quite extraordinary for such a sheltered girl to write, and Shakespeare - because 400 years on, his plays are timeless works of art

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  16. I loved Enid Blyton and C.S Lewis when I was growing up.

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  17. I'd say F. Scott Fiztgerald would be one, who I was introduced to in school and although most of the other teens detested being told whom to read and what to read (or to even read!!) I actually enjoyed reading as a child. I passed that love onto my two children as well and I actually have to give credit to both my parents as well. Although my mom was an immigrant who did not read a lot, she always bought me books and my dad was a HUGE book lover!! (We literally made trips to the city JUST for book buying)

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  18. C.S Lewis.. I only recently read the Narnia books and I LOVED them.

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  19. It's a toss up between Jane Austen and Shakespeare.

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  20. Oscar Wilde. He's just a genius and so emotive.

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  21. My favourite author is Jules Verne. I love his style of writing and how much details his books have. Quite impressive.

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  22. I love Charlotte Bronte has she has such a sharp, incisive writing style.

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  23. As of two days ago it’s Emma Reyes. I just read her newly released memoir. I honestly think will become a classic because it’s that amazing!
    Samantha D

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  24. J R R Tolkein - complete food for your imagination.

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  25. Lucy Barlow @jazzrecluseJanuary 8, 2018 at 7:22 PM

    Dickens. Especially in the winter x

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  26. Louisa May Alcott. I just love "Little Women" it is the book that got me into reading.

    “I like good strong words that mean something…”
    ― Louisa May Alcott, Little Women

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  27. Shakespeare. I don't knw why, but I love his work. I even have a tattoo of his quote.

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  28. Lucy Maud Montgomery love the Anne of Green Gables books.

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  29. Jane Austen, all the way. I re-read her books at least once a year.

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  30. I love Jane Austin ... my mum too ... in fact she still has my books!

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  31. Charles Dickins, he was the first grown up arthour I ever read any work of.

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  32. The classical author I've read most is L.M. Alcott; Little Women and the rest of her books were the companions of my youth. I do love the works of Shakespeare for his absolute play with words and the joy he takes in them.

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  33. I'm not sure what a "Classical Author" is? The writers in the Bible? Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

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  34. Charles Dickens because he was the first author I read about in school

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  35. charles dickens, i have loved all the books i have read by him so far

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  36. Charles Dickens - I love his characters and his descriptions of London

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  37. I love Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte, these mugs are so beautiful<3

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  38. Jane Austen. I love her sparkling wit and humour.

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  39. Put the wrong link into guest post or interview on 24/1/18 - should be http://www.withloveforbooks.com/2018/01/book-review-when-my-sister-started.html?showComment=1516808551871#c7362789482617213214

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  41. I forgot to say who my favourite classical author is ... well that is so difficult as there are so many wonderful authors ... I love Jane Austen and C S Lewis, but I think my favourite classical author is J R R Tolkien.

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  42. It's Jane Austin for me because she's more popular than ever.

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  43. Not sure if this qualifies but Arthur Conan Doyle and love that fact that his stories are being remade as TV programmes and films even now. The Hound Of the Baskervilles NEVER gets old for me and I can watch every different take on it (on TV etc) every day and not get bored.

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  44. I don't have a favorite author. I just read them and enjoy them and sometimes I do enjoy one more than another. Rita Spratlen

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  45. George Orwell. For his unique way of telling the truth. He was truly born before his time.

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  46. Jane Austen, because she's simply the best! Girl power!

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  47. Hemmingway, Shakespeare, Salinger... I liked a lot the books I ve read from them. They simply talked to me and they pulled me in their stories. Lubka

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