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Selling My Books on the Streets of BrooklynSelling My Books on the Streets of Brooklyn

The characters I meet on the street. Thoughts on books, film and TV.

 
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My melting pot: food, entertainment, travel, style, observations, finds and...

 
LiteraryMindedLiteraryMinded

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

 
this little life of minethis little life of mine

A little blog about my life - places I go, photos I take, books I read, foo...

 
All Thumbs ReviewsAll Thumbs Reviews

Reviews of sassy stuff by sassy chicks.

 
Teena in TorontoTeena in Toronto

It's all about me living in Toronto.

 


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Thomas Nelson, after its Wuthering Heights Winter Edition, publishes now a Jane Eyre Summer one:Jane Eyre (Seasons Edition -- Summer)by Charlotte BrontëThomas NelsonJune 30, 2020ISBN 10: 0785234535A fine exclusive edition of one of literature’s mo...

Summer is in full swing, and while plenty of things are looking different these days, one that hasn't is the joy of a good book. You may not be reading it on the subway or a beach like normal, but the pleasure of drifting somewhere else still holds s...

The timing of the release of the new book How to Be a Person: 65 Hugely Useful, Super-Important Skills to Learn before You’re Grown Up really couldn’t be better. I’m sure author Catherine Newman wasn’t expecting or intending for her book foc...

Emily: In the last installment of our Summer of Bad Books Club, I asked what characteristics a Good Woman has in the world of My Sweet Audrina. The ways in which VC Andrews and, by extension, Audrina, attempts to classify women’s behavior is fascin...

Some recent theses:"To Walk Honorably Through the World": Temperance, Gender, and Religion in Anne Brontë's The Tenant of Wildfell HallEmma JohnsonWellesley CollegeMay 2020Estella Havisham and Catherine Earnshaw. Two Women's Depictions in Victo...

If you're searching for some new titles to add to your summer reading list, you've come to the right place. Amazon's annual Best Books of the Year (so far) list is here to help steer you in the direction of 2020's must-read novels, memoirs, and more.

From Goodreads ~ England, 1862. Charlotte is somewhat of a wallflower. Shy and bookish, she knows her duty is to marry but with no dowry, she has little choice in the matter. She can’t continue to live off the generosity of her sister Harriet...