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Revue BlancheRevue Blanche

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Ellen Dean AuthorEllen Dean Author

A fun and informative blog.

 
educationtiotipster:Kathy Stemkeeducationtiotipster:Kathy Stemke

Our movement activities, book reviews, and parenting tips will help parents...

 
George Angus, Tumblemoose WriterGeorge Angus, Tumblemoose Writer

Author home site. Helpful articles about writing, reading and publishing

 
Beelzebubs BrokerBeelzebubs Broker

The various writings of Jamie Clubb. Includes a variety of essays, articles...

 
Sue Guiney: Writing LifeSue Guiney: Writing Life

Writing about my life as a writer, reader, friend. Fiction, poetry, plays,...

 
LiteraryMindedLiteraryMinded

Book reviews, author interviews and the literary adventures of writer, edit...

 


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The Telegraph has compiled a 'definitive guide to Britain's best villages', includingDerbyshireDesigner: HathersageThis historic village is nestled in the Peak District's Hope Valley, and is associated with literary figures such as Charlotte Brontë.

Love Property has a slideshow of 'Homes that inspired some of the world's best-loved books', including Jane Eyre and North Lees Hall and Norton Conyers.[North Lees Hall]This stunning historic property in the heart of the Peak District National Park,...

From Goodreads ~ An inspiring volume of stories about Canada’s most beloved sport - hockey - and the everyday heroes who embody the spirit of the game and help shape its future, from the pros who compete in NHL arenas to the dreamers and fans who p...

Humber Mouth Hull Literary Festival has an article on the recent discussion on Emily Brontë by Bonnie Greer and Lauren Livesey.Before we begin uncovering who Emily was and grounding her in her native Yorkshire – as festival co-curator Bonnie...

From Goodreads ~ The life story of vet Peter Wright, as he walked in the footsteps of the famous ‘James Herriot’, from work experience with him as a lad - to taking over his practice in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.Packed full of laugh-out loud...

The New York Times wonders, 'In Literature, Who Decides When Homage Becomes Theft?'In January, the critic and novelist Francine Prose took to Facebook to express her outrage at a short story in the latest issue of The New Yorker by a relatively unkno...