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Jane Austen Lives Again- A new review from Austenesque Reviews!

I'm utterly thrilled with this new review for Jane Austen Lives Again from Meredith Esparza of Austenesque Reviews. Jane Austen is Alive in 1925! Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Source: Review Copy from Author While suffering greatly from the disease that would take her life, Jane Austen learns that her doctor, Dr. Lyford, is conducting some pioneer studies on immortal jellyfish and transdifferentiation. In a secret attempt to cheat death, Jane and Cassandra consult with Dr. Lyford about using his knowledge to cure Jane Austen’s illness or possibly extend her life a little. The study unfortunately took a bit longer than expected, and several generations later in the year 1925, Jane Austen is finally able to resume life among the living! ( Our dream come true, right? ) In order to support herself, Jane Austen takes a position as a governess to five young girls in a crumbling estate in Devon. The only thing is, this isn’t a typical governess position, and Jane Austen’s yo

Jane Austen Lives Again Paperback Winners!

Thank you to everyone who left lovely comments about the book trailer videos. My husband picked the names out of his straw hat, and the winners are: Julia Bookreader and Lynn Bischoff - Congratulations! Could you please contact me here  with your address details so I can send off your books. I do hope you enjoy them!

New Reviews for Jane Austen Lives Again and a Giveaway!

Jane Austen Lives Again I'm absolutely thrilled with the fabulous reviews I'm getting for Jane Austen Lives Again - I'd like to thank Serena Agusto-Cox from Savvy, Verse and Wit , and Katie Patchell writing for  Austenprose , for taking the time to review my book. Thank you also to Laurel Ann Nattress of Austenprose for selecting Jane Austen Lives Again for  Best Austenesque Paranormal/Fantasy Novel 2015 In celebration, I have two paperback copies to give away! Please leave a comment below, telling me which video book trailer you like best of the two at the end of this post - closing date for entering will be a week from today - February 10th and the winner announced shortly after. From the desk of Serena Augusto-Cox Jane Austen Lives Again  by Jane Odiwe requires readers to suspend disbelief, and those fans of Jane Austen who wish she had written more than her 6 novels will surely have no problem doing that.  Her death is averted by her physician, who has disc