Book Blogger Hop – First Edition I Would Like To Own

Welcome to the Book Blogger Hop! Hosted by Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer this week the prompt is:

Is there a hard-to-find first-edition that you would love to own? If so, why? (submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer)

There are so many! I would love to own a book that was hand illustrated. A really early book that wouldn’t have been “published” for the public, so something that monks would have spent hours writing and illustrating.

If I had to name one it would be a Jane Austen. I would love Pride and Prejudice because it was one that I really enjoyed studying at school, but also Sense and Sensibility because that was the first one published.

What about you?

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18 thoughts on “Book Blogger Hop – First Edition I Would Like To Own

  1. Travelers Wife 4 Life

    I think Jane Austen would be a good option (and I think Pride and Prejudice would be my top pick of hers too!) although I am partial to Charlotte Brontë myself.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      I have so many books. Not many are first editions, but we do have the Harry Potter first editions (I personally have from book 4 onwards, and I think my partner has 1-3).


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