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Friday, August 29

Mansfield Park Madness: Day 15 Give-away X 4

“I am worn out with civility,” said he. “I have been talking incessantly all night, and with nothing to say.” Edmund Bertram, Mansfield Park, Chapter 28

Austen-esque author Amanda Grange’s Edmund Bertram’s Diary has just been released in paperback by Berkley Trade and three copies are being offered (and three other titles as well) as the next give-away in day 15 of Mansfield Park Madness at Austenprose. This retelling of Jane Austen’s classic novel Mansfield Park is from the perspective of its male protagonist Edmund Bertram, and is her fourth book in her “Hero series”. Other Mansfield Park sequels available in the give-away are; Mansfield Park Revisited by Joan Aiken, The Matters at Mansfield: or The Crawford Affair, by Carrie Berbis and Central Park, by Debra White Smith

You have only two more days to leave comments to qualify for the all 17 great give-aways being offered during Mansfield Park Madness. Be sure to check out all the discussion on the novel, movies and book sequels during this great blog event continuing to August 31.

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Winners announced August 31
Day 16 – Aug 30 MP: What People Are Saying
Day 17 – Aug 31 MP Madness Conclusion

posted by Laurel Ann, Austenprose

2 comments:

Karen in Maryland said...

“I am worn out with civility,” said he. “I have been talking incessantly all night, and with nothing to say.” Edmund Bertram, Mansfield Park, Chapter 28
Yes I do understand how he feels. The act of being social, just to be social wears me out too.

Laurel Ann said...

This line by Edmund reminds me of standing in many wedding receiving lines as a Bridesmaid! My feet ached from standing and my face hurt from smiling!

Cheers, Laurel Ann