I think I showed admirable restraint at the Half Price Books warehouse sale, don’t you?
- Natalia Ginzburg, the Last Woman Left on Earth [THE PARIS REVIEW]
- The Postmenopausal Novel [THE PARIS REVIEW]
- Farewell to Dr. John, Wherever You Is Now [THE PARIS REVIEW]
- A Pop Culture Photographer’s Epic Journey Through ‘The Seventies’ [FLAVORWIRE]
- Judith Kerr, Author Of ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea,’ Dead at 95 [HUFFPOST BOOKS]
- The Anti-Capitalist Power of Jean de La Ville de Mirmont’s Fiction [LITERARY HUB]
The annual Reel Infatuation Blogathon starts Friday! I can’t wait.
We can’t wait to catch up with you at the Reel Infatuation Blogathon starting this Friday.
This is where we dish about our secret (or not-so-secret) film or book character crushes – past or present. Click HERE for the original announcement and list of participants.
If you, like us, are having trouble picking one fictional character, you can choose two or three!
If you haven’t yet signed up, there’s still time to join us. Just grab a banner and let us know your choice.
See you at the party!
It’s always a good day for re-reading Rex Stout mysteries!
“Do not read as children do to enjoy themselves, or, as the ambitious do to educate themselves. No, read to live.”–Gustave Flaubert
I’ve been enjoying my three days off…
The Sunday World (April 19, 1896):
English writer Elizabeth Gaskell was born on 29th September 1810:
- KNOWN FOR: Mary Barton; North and South; Wives and Daughters: An Everyday Story; Cranford; The Life of Charlotte Brontë.