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Riley's Favorite Book

One of Riley’s favorite books in Loving Ashe (which didn’t make it in the novel, I don’t think, other than Ashe’s cursory glance of her books on the shelf when he first stops by her studio apartment) is… 444 more words

Loving Ashe


By T. Mack

The Bronte sisters, Charlotte, Emily and Anne are best known for their novels, which are considered quintessential parts of classic British literature. Many people are much more familiar with the literary works of the these women than they are with the tragic lives of the sisters themselves. 201 more words

T. Mack

The Red Room

The red-room was a square chamber, very seldom slept in, I might say never, indeed, unless when a chance influx of visitors at Gateshead Hall rendered it necessary to turn to account all the accommodation it contained:  yet it was one of the largest and stateliest chambers in the mansion.   316 more words


A Tale About Charlotte Bronte

I known it has been awhile since I’ve last blogged, and it seems fitting that I have a chance to come back to the world of blogging on the 198th birthday of one of my beloved authors Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855). 185 more words


The Music of Jane Eyre

Its just over one week until the previews for Jane Eyre begin and the cast and creative team are moving from the rehearsal room to the theatre stage to apply the final touches to this epic two part tale. 980 more words

“Better to be without logic than without feeling.”
― Charlotte Brontë


Guest classic author. Elizabeth Gaskell.

Today, as most Fridays, I bring you a guest author. It is time for another classic, a female Victorian writer who became quite popular during her life time and recently, thanks to TV adaptations, has regained many followers. 905 more words

Guest Authors. Classics