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Rachel-K
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Thanks to Syrie and the group!

Syrie,

Thanks so much for your generous attention to all of our questions and comments! Your own novel is wonderful, and I think you've driven all of us back to our favorite Austen novels. I hope we'll be seeing you when your next book is published!

And to the group! You've been a pleasure--I'll look forward to reading of the Brontes with you!

Rachel
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LizzieAnn
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Thanks to Syrie & all

I too would like to thank Syrie, for both her time and for her book. It truly is a wonderful read, & I'm eagerly anticipating your next book.

Thanks also to Rachel & everyone who participated in the discussion. Jane Austen is a favorite of mine, and this book & discussion brought her to life!
Liz ♥ ♥


Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested. ~ Francis Bacon
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Jessica
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Re: Thanks to Syrie and the group!



rkubie wrote:
Syrie,

Thanks so much for your generous attention to all of our questions and comments! Your own novel is wonderful, and I think you've driven all of us back to our favorite Austen novels. I hope we'll be seeing you when your next book is published!

And to the group! You've been a pleasure--I'll look forward to reading of the Brontes with you!

Rachel




Hi Syrie,

Let me echo what Rachel says. It has been great to have you with us this month, and we all can't wait for your next book!

Thanks again!

Jessica
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kiakar
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Re: Thanks to Syrie and the group!

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Oh! yes; thanks alot Syrie for your wonderful b ook , I devoured it up so fast, it seemed I only blinked and I was at the end. Wow! Your writing style forced me into beliieving it really was Jane Austen writing this book. And I guess she was, with your hand to the pen and reading her thoughts. Hope you visit us again. Linda

And thanks Rachel for your wonderful comments and help!

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kiakar
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Re: Thanks to Syrie and the group!

I am not on my computer so you will have to forgive me my mistakes!
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kiakar wrote:
I am not on my computer so you will have to forgive me my mistakes!




Okay, whose Syrie and the group? lol
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IBIS
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Re: Thanks to Syrie and the group!

This link is part of the Syrie James books THE LOST LETTERS OF JANE AUSTEN.
It's looking for its old home!
IBIS

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IBIS wrote:
This link is part of the Syrie James books THE LOST LETTERS OF JANE AUSTEN.
It's looking for its old home!




Thanks Ibis! I thought I was in Jewel Trader. :smileywink:
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Re: Thanks to Syrie and the group!

Don't worry. You're in the right group - it just changes books monthly rather than start a whole new board every month. :smileyhappy:



cindersue wrote:


IBIS wrote:
This link is part of the Syrie James books THE LOST LETTERS OF JANE AUSTEN.
It's looking for its old home!




Thanks Ibis! I thought I was in Jewel Trader. :smileywink:


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Re: Thanks to Syrie and the group!

cindersie' sort of confusing huh! it will get better! I guess