Debut author Hunter Quinn’s first book The Predisposition of Miss Elizabeth Bennet was released Thursday, April 15th. It is available for purchase at Amazon.
The Blog Tour begins today, April 19th. The schedule with links is below. We invite you to stop by each blog and share your thoughts with Hunter. She will love hearing from you. There will be excerpts at most stops, an interview, and some reviews too. This is a good chance to get to know this lovely new author.
The Predisposition of Miss Elizabeth Bennet Blog Tour Schedule
April 19th From Pemberley to Milton
April 20th Probably at the Library
April 21st My Jane Austen Book Club
April 22nd Diary of an Eccentric
April 23rd My Vices and Weaknesses
April 24th Donadee’s Corner
April 26th Austenesque Reviews
An insulting proposal without an explanatory letter…how can they possibly reconcile?
When her sister Lydia elopes without a trace, Elizabeth Bennet must put aside her predisposition against Mr. Darcy—the man whose hand she refused months earlier—and plead for his assistance in locating the wayward couple. As a result, they face daunting hurdles with help from well-loved friends and interference from old rivals. Will their struggles result in permanent estrangement or a love match?
Hunter Quinn is a British writer, residing in the southwest of England. She is an avid reader, no doubt due to the influence of her mother, an English classics’ professor and lecturer.
Having grown up a stone’s throw from Bath and always surrounded by the words of literary greats, Hunter first discovered Jane Austen at a young age. But it was the ubiquitous scene where Mr. Darcy—portrayed by Colin Firth (a moment of silence and applause)—first emerged from the lake in the BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice that cemented her love for Jane Austen and the regency romance genre of spirited damsels, dashing gentleman, and glittering ballrooms. Afterwards, Hunter walked through life daydreaming and writing ‘what if’ scenarios between Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy but never had the courage to share them.
Once the lockdown went into effect, Hunter took the plunge and began sharing her first novel on well-known JAFF sites. The praise and interest of readers gave her the confidence to submit The Predisposition of Miss Elizabeth Bennet to Meryton Press Publishing…and the rest is history!
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