The Longbourn Letters by Rose Servitova Book Launch on April 27 at the Hunt Museum

Longbourn Letters

The Longbourn Letters by Rose Servitova Book Launch on April 27 at the Hunt Museum

The Longbourn Letters by Rose Servitova will be launched on April 27, 2017, at The Hunt Museum, Limerick from 6pm-7.30pm

Longbourn Letters

Rose Servitova’s book, is Tender, heart-warming and peppered with disarming humour

Granagh woman Rose Servitova has seen her flash fiction and essays published in various literary journals and newspapers but is now entering the world of novels. She works as a job coach for the Daughters of Charity Limerick for the past 14 years. Rose is also curating Jane Austen 200 – Limerick, a series of events held from July to December 2017 (of theatre, screen, regency fashion, afternoon tea, workshops & talks) celebrating Austen and all things Georgian. Rose now lives in Caherline, County Limerick with her husband, Filip, and two children – Laura & Charlie. The Longbourn Letters is her first novel.

Rose Servitova’s book, is  Tender, heart-warming and peppered with disarming humour, The Longbourn Letters – The Correspondence between Mr Collins & Mr Bennet reimagines the characters of Pride and Prejudice and perfectly captures the subtleties of human relationships and the power of friendship.

Longbourn Letters

This Limerick Author’s new publication has received international acclaim and received five star reviews on both Amazon and Good Reads.

This Limerick Author’s new publication has received international acclaim and received five star reviews on both Amazon and Good Reads. The Jane Austen Regency World magazine also responded with praise for The Longbourn Letters stating that it is “..a glorious epistolary novel that mixes laugh-out-loud hilariousness with serious social comment and often quite touching sentiment.”

 If you would like more information about The Longbourn Letters or schedule an interview with Ms. Servitova email – roseservitova@gmail.com

 

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To watch a Youtube video of The Longbourn Letters click HERE

 

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