Yes, I am very excited about reading some of Austen's works!
I only have one of her novels left on my 250 project list, so that one definitely made the cut. It is the only book I am going to make sure I read during the event. The other three below are good possibilities for reading, and since they're on my Classics Club list, I'll probably try to get to them if I can squeeze them in. Here is what I am reading:
- Mansfield Park: I have only read this title once, and it was quite a few years ago. I'm looking forward to revisiting it, since I remember enjoying it.
- Sanditon: I just picked up this copy a few months ago in my quest to get my hands on all her writing (I'm close...I think I am only missing The Watsons now...), and the premise of it sounds super interesting!
- Selected Letters: I really want to make it a point to get to this one, since I think reading her letters will be absolutely fascinating! Austen was an interesting woman!
- Catharine and Other Writings: This is actually a collection of her complete juvenilia, so I am hoping to spend some time with some of it. I haven't heard as much about these writings, so my curiosity is piqued!