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Why Louisa May Alcott Didn't Like Little Women

Let me start this post with a bit of a disclaimer. I’m not saying that Little Women is bad, or that there is anything wrong with you if you adore this story. 981 more words


Meet Me at the Cupcake Cafe by Jenny Colgan

Issy’s grandfather once owned a great bakery and taught her the precise way to create perfect bread crusts, crumbly scones, and anything else he baked up. 1,377 more words

Women's Literature

Feb 14th Release Date! The Potion Maker. A novel in installments! Preorder "Book One A Stargram" now! only One Dollar!!!

“…You are meant to find this. The tale itself made sure of that. Potion makers, goddesses, herbalists, reincarnation, Manhattan, the cosmos, celestial councils and much more are in this long story, making themselves at home with you, the reader…” Order now!

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Book Review: The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll

I love reality TV. I should feel guilty about this, but I don’t. I love its purported values and the cattiness it brings out in people, the fights that lead to iconic lines and GIFs that are immortalized in the internet hall of fame. 330 more words

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Book Review: The Natural Way of Things - Charlotte Wood

Last year, Hollywood was rocked by a continous stream of scandals that saw well-known actors and producers accused of everything from harassment to molestation and even outright rape. 1,057 more words


The Carrier Bag Theory of Blogging

Last week, sci-fi and fantasy author Ursula Le Guin died at the age of 88. Although Le Guin is best known as a novelist, I remember her most fondly for her quirky essay “ 386 more words

Art & Culture

BlogTour: The Start of Something Wonderful by Jane Lambert @JaneLambert22 @HQDigitalUK

Today I am delighted to be taking part in the blog tour for The Start of Something Wonderful the new book from Jane Lambert and HQ Digital. 1,031 more words

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