Literary Lettuce

Sometimes you read a book so good, that when you start to write the review, you not only discuss the book but the very nature of literature and the act of reading itself. I finished a book today that I thought would be a pleasant ramble through a regency setting, a retelling of a beloved classic … More Literary Lettuce

A Ramble & Brief Review: Mr. Darcy’s Daughters by Elizabeth Aston

I’ve had an amazing run of reading really great books. Sometimes, when you post a string of 4 out of 5 star reviews, you start to think that you aren’t being very discerning. Well, I’ve just had great reads recently! I also tend to enjoy reviewing books I like and write long reviews. They’re almost like … More A Ramble & Brief Review: Mr. Darcy’s Daughters by Elizabeth Aston

Austen in August

Every August, Misty at the Book Rat has a deal-e-o she calls Austen in August, running from August 18 – 31st. It is a celebration of all things Austen: the books, the movie/tv adaptations, the numerous books about and around Jane. Reading/watching of said books/interpretations is encouraged, including the books that continue / reinterpret / reimagine … More Austen in August