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Writing a 'Romance'

I write romance novels…okay, and paranormal as well as murder mystery novels. BUT my first love is romances. As a teen I read Jane Eyre and loved it. 400 more words

Thoughts To Ponder

De lectura compulsiva y otros trastornos

Últimamente me sucede algo muy curioso y muy raro en mí: estoy leyendo varios libros a la vez. Y no uno, ni dos, ni siquiera tres, sino cuatro. 688 more words

Lo Que Leo

Dating Advice From Classic Non-Jane Austen Literature

This week, Melville House released The Jane Austen Rules: A Classic Guide to Modern Love by scholar Sinéad Murphy. It’s a dating advice book culled from the Austen oeuvre, with chapters entitled things like “Dress Up,” “Find a Man, Not a Guy,” and “Be Quite Independent.” 1,158 more words


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Library Sale!

Today was a grand, glorious day! I spent most of the afternoon at a book sale one of the main libraries in town was holding. Six books for fifteen dollars, and considering I recently spent thirty-five dollars on… 455 more words

A Look at the Novels of Bronte and Dickens

Charlotte Bronte and Charles Dickens were contemporary’s. That means that they both lived during the same time period. Dickens was born in February 1812  and lived until June 1870. 901 more words

Classic Books

Q&A Luccia Gray All Hallows at Eyre Hall @LucciaGray

All Hallows at Eyre Hall

Luccia Gray

“All Hallows is believable and well-written, true to the “voice” of Brontë, and well-researched. In fact, at times I thought Charlotte Brontë was writing this; that is how fabulous a writer Luccia Gray is.

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Colourcaste: Chapter 8 - A World Rewritten

I stirred in the night and could have sworn that alongside the familiar hardness of the floor digging into my hip there was a comforting presence at my side, but when I woke up I was alone. 1,766 more words