Had a great time with this one last week.
Who wouldn’t love to rejoice the nostalgic days of friendship when it’s relived through pacy, spicy and entertaining chapters? 73 more words
Rearranging my bookshelves usually gets me into trouble. Often as not, I end up browsing through the books I’m moving, instead of actually moving them. That’s precisely what happened last night, when I found myself sitting on the floor, surrounded by tilting stacks of old paperbacks. 382 more words
“Farewell, My Lovely”: British-American writer/novelist/screenwriter Raymond Thornton Chandler may have left us some 55 years ago, but today is his birthday (July 23, 1888). Born here in Chicago, Chandler actually grew up in Nebraska, and then England. 131 more words
My first week in London has come to a close, what a week it has been! I have walked more miles in a day than I ever thought possible, not to mention the 15 flights (175 steps) of stairs I mistakenly decided to take on after a ride on the tube. 665 more words
Browsing a book blog I tend to trust, I read a hilarious excerpt from Carol Radziwill’s novel The Widow’s Guide To Sex & Dating. 507 more words