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Thoughts on an Emily Dickinson Poem

All overgrown by cunning moss, (146) by Emily Dickinson

“All overgrown by cunning moss,
All interspersed with weed,
The little cage of “Currer Bell”
In quiet “Haworth” laid. 307 more words


Shock, Horror: I'm Talking about the Brontës Again...

I just finished watching To Walk Invisible for probably the thousandth time and I’ve come away that That Feeling again. You know, that overwhelming feeling of love for the Brontë family. 642 more words

Bookish Discussions

Book Babes and Boyfriends for V-Day

Happy Valentine’s Day! I know it’s the day after but I hope everyone had a wonderful day filled with love for yourself, your friends and significant others. 971 more words


Chocolates and literary boyfriends

Ah Valentine’s Day. The holiday that is full of chocolate, cartoon hearts and chubby infants in diapers holding dangerous objects.

Or in my case, a bag of miniature chocolate bars, a bottle of wine and watching Bridget Jones’ Diary on DVD. 322 more words

TIME Magazine: The Famous Women Writers Whose Friendships We've Forgotten

Interesting article over at TIME Magazine:

The Famous Women Writers Whose Friendships We’ve Forgotten

“…After all, writers have always turned to each other for creative and moral support. 123 more words


Episode Six: EyreBnB

Episode Six is devoted to the Charlotte Bronte novel Jane Eyre.

This week we take the role of men of the Victorian era and sip port while discussing the bird/angel/fairy/sprite/goblin/thing that is the description of Jane Eyre. 148 more words


The Art of Conversation

Hello, Thursday Morning friends! What a wild ride the weather has given us so far this year! We’ve had nearly 70 degrees, now plunging into the twenties or lower. 563 more words

Betty Thomason Owens