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Jacqueline Brown’s The Light: A Book Review

Jacqueline Brown’s The Light: A Book Review

A blinding flash … then darkness. Bria Ford and her three closest friends are stranded on a country highway in the middle of a November night. No phones. No car. No lights. Helpless and hundreds of miles from home, Bria and her friends put their lives in the hands of...
Seeker of Beauty

Seeker of Beauty

“The soul of woman must be expansive and open to all human beings, it must be quiet so that no small weak flame will be extinguished by stormy winds; warm so as not to benumb fragile buds … empty of itself, in order that extraneous life may have room in it;...
Cozy Up with These Edifying Reads

Cozy Up with These Edifying Reads

There is something intrinsically magical about the autumnal air. It is a perfect blend of the ethereal and melancholy as summer’s easy-going brightness shifts into the deep, thoughtful hues of Autumn — Nature’s Passion.  It is a season of change,...
Bring Back Our “Dull” Heroines

Bring Back Our “Dull” Heroines

If there is one thing I am certain of, it’s that if you want to watch and enjoy Jane Austen adaptations you cannot be a purist.   While I adore Austen’s books, I thoroughly enjoy watching adaptations even if they get “so much wrong.” Yes, I would argue that the vast...
6 Cozy Cold Weather Books to Read this Winter

6 Cozy Cold Weather Books to Read this Winter

There is nothing like reading by the fire or lights of a Christmas tree. If you’re like me and just can’t get enough of winter reading, here is a list of books to check out: House of Cards by Alice Curtayne This particular gem is not easy to find, so if you want to...