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Flash! Friday: Vol 3 - 44

It is a truth universally acknowledged that…

….you knew this day was coming. There was no way this day wasn’t coming, much as you may have hoped it would(n’t?) — and here ’tis. 751 more words

Flash Fiction

When reading makes you tired

The excellence of the novels shortlisted for the Goldsmiths prize goes without saying. I am telling myself that I will try to read at least one of them. 195 more words


Incomplete Reads (#1)

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Well, howdy there! :D

I don’t know why ‘howdy’ is my go to greeting, but for some reason it’s the first thing that comes to mind whenever I open a new post. 1,100 more words

Airi Speaks

Whimsical Matrimony

“To find a man agreeable whom one is determined to hate! Do not wish me such an evil.”

Everyone needs to read Austen. Not because she is unequivocally the best writer to ever put pen to paper, but because she is a literary staple.

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Would Jane Austen have worn a corset

I know this sounds like a stupid idea, but given the time period she lived in, the matter is up for debate. Not all women wore corsets during the early to mid regency era. 435 more words

Jane Austen

Elena Ferrante Pens New Introduction for Austen's 'Sense and Sensibility'

Next week, publisher The Folio Society is releasing a gorgeous new bound edition of Sense and Sensibility to complement its previously released hardcovers of Pride and Prejudice… 160 more words


Suddenly Mrs. Darcy by Jenetta James: A Review

Mr. Darcy. *sigh* If I can recall, I think Mr. Darcy was my first literature crush/boyfriend, and he will always been my one true literature love. 1,026 more words