FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST

A FEW ITEMS YOU MIGHT WANT TO WRITE TO SANTA ABOUT -- 


For six wonderful jaunts into the milieu of Jane Austen and the Regency, be sure you ask for an annual subscription to Jane Austen's Regency World magazine.  I never tire of reading about the news about Austen (and you might be surprised how much there is!), the events held in England and North America--and elsewhere, and many well-researched articles about Miss Austen, her family, friends, and times.  To subscribe, click here.


I love these Jane Austen Calendars...filled with things Jane did, events from her life and letters, and from the various characters in her novels.  I hang this near my morning tooth-brushing mirror and while I perform this necessary task, I read that day's item.  Perfect way to start the day -- or over your early morning tea or with a coffee.  Order several for your friends and family.

For more information, click here.

For the order form, click here.

Illustration from the Calendar for July:

Miss Bates calls out to Mr. Knightley:
"How d'ye do?--how d'ye do?...Pray come in; do come in, You will find some friends here."


Long Lost Insults, just one of many sets of Knowledge Cards, a stocking stuffer from the wonderful company that brings British items to the U.S.


Access Bridgham and Cook by clicking here


Darcy and Elizabeth 

These adorable salt and pepper shakers are available at Bas Bleu here


Here's hoping Santa cooperates...

Holkham Hall at Christmas