By the end of August, jane the author of more than 300 books has sold more than 1.6 million copies, according to Amazon.

The sale comes after the publishing giant announced that it would stop selling jane a book from her new series, The Amazing Janes.

The book, which was published last month, focuses on the life of the woman known as Jane Austen, who died in 1816 at the age of 47.

Austen wrote at least nine novels during her lifetime, including Emma, A House Divided and The Sense of an Ending.

She was born Jane Austener to a wealthy and famous family in 1696 in London, England, but her mother died at an early age.

At the age 12, Austen left home and moved with her mother and sister to France, where she met and married an aristocratic courtier named Francis Wotton.

Austens husband, Charles Dickens, wrote the novel The Turn of the Screw.

Austent’s life in Paris is filled with social conventions, court intrigue, romance, tragedy and, of course, love.

She married another aristocrat, Lord Byron, in 1814, and lived there until 1817, when she moved to London to study law.

Auston died in a duel with her first husband, and her final novel, A Tale of Two Cities, was published in 1832.

Austene’s legacy is widely regarded as one of the great female novelists of all time, and it remains one of her most popular works.

Since its publication in 1839, Austene has won more than a dozen prizes, including the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938.