I have been enjoying, for some time, noticing in this blog's stats that I have readers from all around the world. I know many of you are shy and don't want to post, but I would be thrilled and honored if anyone who has read and enjoyed this blog during the past 15 months since I started posting regularly here, would add a comment to this post and tell us what country you're from, and anything else you'd like to say about yourself, and/or Jane Austen, and/or why you read along here, etc etc etc.
And to those of you who read in silence, my thanks to you all for that.
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