Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre, chapters 37 & 38.
Our reader, Elizabeth Klett has rocked Jane Eyre for us!
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Heather is hosting an hour-long online, face-to-face book group where we can chat about the end of Jane Eyre!
Where: Google Hangout, May 26, 2013 9:30pm EDT
How: Learn more at craftlit.com
Bonus: You’ll get a copy of the new Enhanced Jane Eyre eBook as part of your attendance fee!
Literary Links of interest:
- The BBC recreated the Netherfield Ball for the 500th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice (YouTube video).
- The next book is… Age of Innocence by Edith Warton, narrated by Brenda Dayne.
- The next subscriber book is… Bleak House by Charles Dickens, narrated by Mil Nicholson.
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- Our Age of Innocence narrator, Brenda Dayneis on a mini US Tour right now:
- Andi Smith, Designer of What Would Madame Defarge Knit?‘s Jane Fairfax’s Tippet, What (Else) Would Madame Defarge Knit?‘s The Jumble Sale Kimono for the Widow Mayhew’s Daughter, technical editor extraordinaire, is now also a Cooperative Press Author, with her new book Big Foot Knits which is available for preorders. If that weren’t enough, she’s host of our second Else KAL for the Jumble Sale Kimono. You can keep up with all our KALs by subscribing to the newsletter!
- Cooperative Presswas very busy this week! These titles are now in pre-order:
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General Newsy Bits:
- The ALL NEW PROTOTYPE Enhanced eBook—we started with Jane Eyre—is in the Shoppe. Read more there and tell your homeschooling friends.
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Book talk starts at 17:20 you can listen to it here.