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Tosca Lee: The Legend of Sheba

Title: The Legend of Sheba
Author: Tosca Lee
Genre: Literary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Women’s Fiction
Source: Publisher through NetGalley in exchange for a review… 651 more words


The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters


This is the latest novel from prize winning Sarah Waters. A taut and nail biting thriller it explores the effect that the arrival of two paying guests, Leonard and Lily Barber, have on the household of Frances Wray and her mother. 1,135 more words

Book Review

Book Review :Man At The Helm by Nina Stibbe

Nina Stibbe’s first book, Love Nina, was an hilarious memoir of her experiences as a nanny catapulted from rural Leicestershire into the literary circles of North London in the 1980s. 687 more words

Book Review

A Measure

She moves through the office of pencil skirts, short shorts and barely-there bottoms, feeling like her very walk is an apology on behalf of women with thick ankles and swaying backsides everywhere. 474 more words

Thackeray, Vanity Fair- Book Review

Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Thackeray, William Makepeace. Vanity Fair. A Novel Without a Hero. London: Barnes and Noble Classics, 1999. 347 more words

Governess In Literature

A Girl Called Fearless by Catherine Linka

A Girl Called Fearless by Catherine Linka takes place in a reality where fifty million women died from cancer caused by a synthetic hormone called Scarpanol, which was injected into beef. 443 more words

Lite Review

Show and Tell - My First Professional Critique

There’s this false sense of security that lulls a would-be writer when she posts her work on a site like Wattpad and read all the praise pouring in.  599 more words