Join Lady Heather Mouthful and Lady Isabella Pumpington, our 19th century heroines as they plough their way through society by way of unnatural acts, random shenanigans and very vexing encounters. After all not everyone can be as proper as the eldest Miss Bennet.
Tiny Pride & Plenty Prejudice
5✩ " I can't remember the last time I was literally crying with laughter whilst reading a book. This gem of a book managed it. Peppered with just the right dose of naughtiness, questionable morals and passionate affairs you'll get swept into the 19th century. You'll also come across a couple of other familiar names of fiction. Let's just say that I will never look at Aragorn from Lord of the Rings the same way again... A fun whirlwind ride for every Austenite and story lover in general." Birgit R on Amazon.com
5✩. "This is a real little gem of a book (just 53 pages long). If you like Jane Austen you'll love this wicked and very funny satire on early 19th century high society, formal letter writing and of course Ms. Austen's most esteemed works. Meet cousins Isabella Pumpington and Heather Mouthful and and the objects of their desire, the upstanding, Mr. Hard and Mr. Pantsful, along with the disreputable Mr. Pea and lady of low morals Fanny Sluttlike plus a host of other eccentric, loveable and not so loveable characters. A book about passion, romance, betrayal, death and even perhaps the afterlife as Isabella and Heather recount the ups and downs of their privileged lives and those less fortunate than themselves through their letters to each other. A delightful read and thoroughly recommended!" By S Redcliff on Amazon.co.uk
5✩. "A series of short letters between two young,rich and upwardly mobile females as they they trample their way over people towards their landed gentry titles. You can only hope they get the tables turned, but do they? Well, you will have to read this novelette to find out!Fun and games through the good old days of "them and us!" Well worth a read and a giggle! Give yourself a treat!" By W Macpherson on Amazon.co.uk
Alison Burns has co-written her first fictional work with Francesca T Barbini. Alison, who has an MA Geography, lives in Scotland and has a passion for rocks, fossils and photography.
For Luna Press Publishing: "Tiny Pride & Plenty Prejudice"
Francesca T Barbini was born and raised in Rome, Italy. After years of volunteer work around the world, she completed a MA Honour in Religious Studies at New College, Edinburgh, focusing on the Ancient Near East and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
In 2011, she beganself-publishing her YA SF series Tijaran Tales, subsequently receiving a publication contract by American Oloris Publishing.
In January 2015 she officially started Luna Press Publishing, home of speculative fiction and academia.
Francesca is the Managing Editor of The Sci-fi & Fantasy Network - SFFN - and the Booking Officer of the Tolkien Society.
For Luna Press Publishing: "Tijaran Tales Series"; "Tiny Pride & Plenty Prejudice"; "The Dagger of Fire". Editor of "Gender Identity and Sexuality in Fantasy and SF."