As a fan of Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft, of course I made a “22 for 2022” list. After four… Read more Reading All Day!
I have a new favorite Christmas book! This beautiful children’s book, When Children Ruled the World, by Sena Jeter Naslund,… Read more When Children Ruled the World
I have been staring at a particular wall in our house every time I pass it. Why, you ask? Because… Read more Paint Your Wall!
I’m pleased to share that an essay of mine has been included in the UK-based anthology, Stay Home – A… Read more Stay Home – A Year of Writing Through Lockdown
In Lisbon in 1755, a devastating earthquake changes the city forever. The months just before the event are the intriguing… Read more Cut from the Earth by Stephanie Renee Dos Santos
Please help me celebrate the arrival of Lizzie Chantree’s latest book, Shh…It’s Our Secret! Just in time for summer, ready… Read more Welcome to the World, Shh…It’s Our Secret!
I met my guest today over on Twitter, where she caught my attention by being a helpful, welcoming presence. When… Read more Chatting with Historical Women’s Fiction Author—Emma Lombard
I was going to write one last post about Orlando by Virginia Woolf until I saw this gem on YouTube.… Read more And that’s a Wrap on Orlando!
Here’s a little holiday time reading about Mrs. Dalloway, via the New York Times Books Update, just for you. I… Read more Mrs. Dalloway Sighting
The Great Frost scene in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando is legendary. I’d be remiss if I didn’t share this bit from… Read more The Great Frost Scene from Orlando