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Chilling Ghost Stories with "The Psychic Fair" is out

My fifth publishing credit “The Psychic Fair” is finally available in Flame Tree Publishing’s Chilling Ghost Stories anthology. I am now officially in the same book with one of my favorite authors Edith Wharton. 91 more words


The Custom of the Country (Is To Subjugate Women) #FallingForEdith

“‘I know just what I could do if I were free. I could marry the right man,’ she answered boldly.”

The speaker is Undine Marvell, née Spragg, the ambitious protagonist of Edith Wharton’s The Custom of the Country. 501 more words


TBR Thursday 64...

Episode 64

It was all going so well! I had got the TBR down to 149 when suddenly NetGalley had one of those days where umpteen irresistible books all appear at once… … 858 more words

Book Review

on our inner chambers: Wharton, Angelou, and a cameo by Ekberg

Two passages met in my head this morning. Both are from women authors whose work I admire, and both come not from the direct sources themselves but were quoted in different texts I happened on in the last few days. 1,055 more words

"Each Time You Happen to Me All Over Again"

I’ll be honest. This wasn’t the first time I tried reading Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence. Maybe I was too young last time to understand that this is a subtle book in which all of the action comes between the lines. 323 more words

Book Reviews

desk lunch - 2015-09-17

Brought to you this week by almost, almooooost, meeting my 50-book reading challenge for this year! When this posts, I’ll be at 49 books thanks to… 607 more words