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And None for Jane Austen's Women

I’ll tell ya’ folks, the women of Jane Austen’s novels had it tough. I recently watched the lovely BBC Mini-Series of Sense and Sensibility which came out in 2008. 531 more words

Shadow of a Lady - Jane Aiken Hodge

A historical novel about a woman who is pressed into marrying a wealthy but potentially dangerous man, then finds herself trapped in Naples during the early Napoleonic wars. 1973. Continue reading →

Severely Forgotten

The Indian Woman

Friday at my home is ‘family day’. Everyone has a huge breakfast/brunch or lunch together, it’s the usual running around to get this or that because we’re not impeccably organized and often forget the this or that on the kitchen counter. 1,447 more words

Thoughts

How to Lose a Bride in One Night

Annalise Hadley expected her wedding day to be something of what dreams were made of which is why she does not expect what happened. Finding herself suffocated by a pillow and thrown over the railing of the boat left Annalise with nothing but she struggled to stay alive.

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Thoughts On Books

Introducing Darshel Alexander, author of Thy Will Be Done

“Tina and Brie were great and pretty much held my hand all the way. Being a first time author of Thy Will Be Done was a scary task to undertake but Outskirts Press made it easy. 164 more words

Self-publishing

The Wealth of the Righteous

Proverbs 13:22 – “A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children’s children: and the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just.” 657 more words

Blessings