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The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen Trilogy’s Volume II Now Available for Pre-order

Official book launch at Jane Austen Festival in Bath, England, in September

PORTLAND, Oregon, August 30, 2016 – Volume II of The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen Trilogy, a new historical novel based on Austen’s life, is now available for pre-order on Amazon and Jane Austen Books.

The book is now available for pre-order from Amazon.

It is also available at janeaustenbooks.net.

The official book launch of the latest novel in the trilogy will take place on Saturday, Sept. 10, at the annual Jane Austen Festival (www.janeaustenfestivalbath.co.uk) which celebrates her life and work in the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath, England, her one-time home during the 1800s.

Reviewers have praised The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen for the quality of the writing, its compelling love story, its sensitive treatment of the historical Austen, and its meticulous research.

Readers have called the series as “a magical tale,” “one of the best love stories I have read in a long time,” and “wickedly clever!” Critics have described the content as “an imaginative journey of the soul.”

“The social and literary strictures of the day caused Jane Austen to end her novels where the real story ought to begin—with marriage,” Collins Hemingway said.  “I wanted to explore the deepest issues of marriage as Austen—given the chance—might have, and I wanted to put a woman of her intelligence and character in the middle of the dangerous and complex world that was the Regency era.”

About The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen

The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen examines how a serious romantic relationship would have changed Jane Austen as a person and a writer, using historical fiction to provide a thoughtful, in-depth look at what life was really like for women in the early 1800s.  The trilogy plunges the protagonist into the period’s scientific advances, political foment, wars that were among the longest and most devastating in European history—and into a serious relationship with a man very much her equal.

Austen achieved success as an author during the years of 1811 to 1816 with her novels Sense and Sensibility (1811), Pride and Prejudice (1813), Mansfield Park (1814) and Emma (1815), and the joint publication of Northanger Abbey/Persuasion shortly after her death in 1817.

For more formation about The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen and author Collins Hemingway, please visit www.austenmarriage.com. If you would like to “Like” our Facebook page, please do so here:  www.facebook.com/pages/The-Marriage-of-Miss-Jane-Austen/364335963764558.

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Megan McKenzie
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