Giveaway: Handmade Austen Bookmarks! #AustenInAugust

Hello, Janeites!

Here we are on the final day of Austen in August! I hope some of you have had the pleasure of reading works by, about, or inspired by Jane Austen this month and that you’ve enjoyed the various guest posts, throwbacks, and giveaways here at Roof Beam Reader. Today, we wrap-up our event with a final giveaway.

These gorgeous, handmade watercolor bookmarks were customize designed for our event by artist Shannon Silver. You can find her work on Instagram and in her Etsy Shop (Art By Shannon Silver).

Here are the descriptions, from Shannon:

The first image is a streetlight with directional signs that have the names of different Jane Austen novels’ settings. The bottom is Pemberley. The top right is a whimsical stack of books with decorations and topped with a favorite Austen quote: “If a book is well written, I always find it too short.”

All you have to do to be considered is:

  • be a subscriber of Roof Beam Reader (email or WordPress); and
  • leave a comment on this post saying you’d love to win; and
  • make sure I have a way of contacting you if you win (email, social media handle, etc.).

Remember, as you’re reading through Austen in August and sharing any Austen-related content, please post links to your blogs or social media posts about the event in the comments on our master post. Use the #AustenInAugustRBR hashtag to share on social media.

Note: This giveaway is open until 11:59 PM pacific time on Wednesday, September 7th. One winner will be selected at random. Winner will be contacted for shipping information and will have 48-hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. Giveaway host will ship item to the winner. Neither the giveaway host nor Roof Beam Reader is responsible for any items lost or damaged in the mail.

6 Comments on “Giveaway: Handmade Austen Bookmarks! #AustenInAugust

  1. What a generous offer from Shannon and you, Adam, her for designing and you for rounding up another Austen event – all very much appreciated!

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