2016 IS HERE!


Janet’s beautiful calendar is here and available JT Originals.

Win the chance to add to your collection or get this one as your first.

beigecalendarfrontThe first year (2013)

(the picture on the front is my mouse pad, too)

calendar2014frontbLast year (2014)

The Christmas Kiss inspired my story, 1st Christmas At Pemberley.

My Mr. and Mrs. Darcy short stories

calendar2015FCwborderThis year (2015)

Janet was the photographer, so you can join her on a P&P tour. And she tells me that the three calendars are still available on her website/blog More Agreeably Engaged.


2016CalendarFront1656Bwobleed101015websiteThis gorgeous cover is a brilliant homage to Hugh Thomson and the 1894 Peacock Edition of Pride and Prejudice.

pride_prejudice_allen_thomson_coverThought it might be fun to offer a copy of this wonderful tribute to our lovely Jane.

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11 thoughts on “2016 IS HERE!

  1. Deborah says:

    My favorite Calendar is the 2014 because I love Matthew MacFadyen as Darcy. My favorite book of yours is a toss up between Darcy on the Hudson, Darcy’s Angel of Mercy, Becoming Elizabeth Darcy and Darcy Goes to War. I also love your short stories.

    • Thank you for stopping by. Happy that you like the calendars, Janet is very talented. However, I’m afraid I can’t take credit for Becoming Elizabeth Darcy, et al; Mary Lydon Simonsen is the author of those wonderful books.

      • Deborah says:

        I apologize for the error. I can only say that the 50 hour work week in daycare for more than 2 years is taking its toll. I LOVED the Man Who Loved Jane Austen. It wass so very sweet.

  2. Janet T says:

    Thank you, Sally, for displaying all the calendars! When I started with the 2013 200th Anniversary Calendar, I didn’t think about doing one every year. Here it is, four calendars later and I still have plans for at least two more! :) Thanks again.

  3. Michelle Fidler says:

    I like this year’s one, Longbourn to Pemberley. The peacock book cover looks great. It reminds me of the leatherbound classics they sell at Barnes and Noble. The Man Who Loved Jane Austen is the only book I have by you so I guess it would be my favorite of yours so far. I have cats, too. Say hi to your handsome beast for me!

  4. Pamela Hunter says:

    Gorgeous calendars! Hard to pick a favorite, but I do love the 2014 one. :-).

    Thank for the chance to win one!

  5. Oops, forgot…

    My favorite story of yours is “Becoming Elizabeth Darcy”.

  6. BeckyC says:

    I love all the calendars but 2014 is still on my wall so that must be must be my favorite. 2016 is beautiful. My favorite of Sally ‘s books is probably The Man Who Loved Jane Austen.

  7. ColleenL says:

    I’ve loved your ‘The Darcys’ short stories, and I think The Wedding Night is my favorite. I’ll admit that I’ve never bought one of Janet’s calendars. But looking at her site, I find the 2016 one to be amazing. The illustrations are very fun and love how all the Austen’s books are incorporated throughout the year. Plus I love love love the peacock theme, and that is my favorite cover for P&P. Thanks for the giveaway chance, it is a lovely calendar.

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