Austentatious Deck of Cards: Life Lessons from Jane Austen
Author Avery Hayes
If ever in doubt, just ask yourself “What would Jane do?”
It is a truth universally acknowledged that most of us could use some guidance. Whether you’re looking to marry a man with several carriages to his name, are recovering from an illness caused by wet stockings, or you’re unsure what color ribbon is the best match for your outfit, Jane Austen’s wisdom is here to guide you through any problem.
This deck of cards features insights from Austen’s wide world of characters. Just shuffle the deck and pull the card on top. With illustrations of her beloved characters and their most enlightened quotes, they’ll guide you through the day ahead and help you resolve your questions.
Not sure you’ve made the right decision? “Better be without sense than misapply it as you do.” Unsure what to do with your afternoon? “To sit in the shade on a fine day, and look upon verdure, is the most perfect refreshment.” Confused why you’re struggling to make friends? “Your defect is a propensity to hate everybody.” With 50 cards to pull from, this deck will give you the insights you need, whether your sister has eloped with your ex or you're in love with your stepbrother.
About The Author
Avery Hayes is a writer and editor based in Melbourne, Australia, who loves a bit of society gossip.