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The Ladies of Lyndon: Margaret Kennedy

‘Copy Lyndon?’ … My dear girl, I couldn’t! It can’t be copied, that’s just it. One man didn’t make it; it’s been the work of generations!….

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Literature, Writing


Old books
of subtle shimmer
and modest embossment
your quaint ideas
where light has glanced
sheen of sweetness
your homely wisdom
honeyed truth
such glowing gems…

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The Last September: Elizabeth Bowen

‘[The Last September] is a novel nearest to my heart, and it had a deep, unclouded, spontaneous source…It is a work of instinct, rather than knowledge…a recall book.’

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Knights of Enmity Release

I am pleased to announce that the exhilarating Urban Fantasy, Knights of Enmity by Sédrie Danielle releases today on Amazon.

Fall into the magic, action and ever spiraling chaos that is the Knights of Enmity! 928 more words


Quicksilver Droplets

My reading for the last week or so–continually interrupted, like a picnic upstaged by intermittent splashes of rainfall–has been The Last September, by Elizabeth Bowen. 373 more words

Literature, Writing

Reading Year of Yes: Shonda Rhimes Turns Her Sights on Making You the Best You Can Be (Review)

How do you feel when you find a book so charming it need not a recommendation?

The book itself may have an air of tranquillity that whispers softly, “ 814 more words

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Fractured by Catherine McKenzie

Julie Prentice and her family move across the country to the idyllic Mount Adams district of Cincinnati, hoping to evade the stalker who’s been terrorizing them ever since the publication of her bestselling novel, The Murder Game.

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