Of course, since it’s a noteworthy day, a number of sites have prepared special features about Jane Austen.
Signature has a 26-page PDF entitled The Essential Guide to Jane Austen which has 12 articles including titles such as “10 Lessons for 21st-Century Women from Jane Austen,” “Jane Austen Secret Radical: A Book-by-Book Breakdown,” “Austen Heartland: A Guide to Jane Austen Houses and Places,” and “6 Jane Austen Novels Ranked by Their Sexiness.” Go to http://www.signature-reads.com/download/the-essential-guide-to-jane-austen/?aid=randohouseinc18668-20&ref=PRH89E76C0DD80C&linkid=PRH89E76C0DD80C&cdi=321A47B09DAD4547E0534FD66B0AE227&template_id=6728 to download the guide for free.
BookRiot has 15 articles about Jane Austen, including discussion of film and comic book adaptations of her novels: http://bookriot.com/tag/jane-austen-day-2017/ . For a chuckle, make certain to read “From Pemberley to Trump Tower: Jane Austen Quotes Meet Trump Tweets.”
If you want to test your knowledge of Austen’s novels, go to http://www.cbc.ca/books/can-you-identify-which-jane-austen-character-said-these-lines-1.4209381.
Since I’m Canadian, I loved this feature from CBC Books: http://www.cbc.ca/books/7-canadian-books-to-read-if-you-love-jane-austen-1.4209088. Some Canadian books are recommended depending on which Jane Austen character is your favourite.