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Release Day for Heart of Desire!

Happy Release Day for Heart of Desire, my sweet Regency romance that is Book 2 of my Handful of Hearts series.

And yes, it’s not your eyes, I really do have a new cover for… 758 more words

Jenna Jaxon

Follow You, Follow Me

To admonish defeat…meaning that I have…tamed the shrew?

In the mundane peril, it is best not to.

The ending, the results…are bouts of loneliness…long over due. 62 more words

Randomwordbyruth

Shrewd Ambiguities

There is perhaps no Shakespeare play that has come down to us in more damaged condition than The Taming of the Shrew. Scholars agree that the play was among Shakespeare’s earliest, written before the plague closed theatres from 1592 to 1594. 939 more words

Shakespeare Theatre Company

Review: Taming of the Shrew, Shakespeare's Globe

This review is by Dr. Sally Barnden, who writes her own theatre reviewing blog Euston Street Diaries. Sally recently completed here PhD on Shakespeare & photography at King’s College London. 904 more words

“Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Lend Me Your Ears” … A Tale of Modern History

Exhausted from nearly four miles of aimlessly walking the streets of London, I was rather quiet in the car as my Uber Driver Vasile drove me back to the hotel.   790 more words

Performing Shrew

Back in 2015, I missed out on the opportunity to see Stratford’s Taming of the Shrew but on July 31st CBC allowed people like me to see the filmed version. 1,178 more words

Book Review: Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler


(My daughter took these photos of me reading)

My Coffee Cup Rating:

Taming of the Shrew is a darkly funny play. Katherine is truly a heinous bitch (Yes, 10 Things I Hate About You is an all-time favorite movie) and in Petruchio’s ‘taming’ of Katherine, although some parts make you snort a little like you do with dark humor, commented on big controversy surrounding marriage, women’s obedience, and the behavioral expectations of women. 588 more words

Anne Tyler