Hi all: I bring you another one of my reviews of a non-fiction book that I found delightful. I must confess I am pleased I don’t have to live by these rules as I am sure I would have been totally useless and would have done all the wrong things. But reading about it is
Hi all: Now I’m getting behind not only with my reading but also with the posting of reviews (by the time you read this I might be publishing more reviews per week, to keep up), but that isn’t a bad thing, is it? Bad Girls from History: Wicked or Misunderstood? By Dee Gordon You won’t be
Hi all: Today I bring another non-fiction book, and one of those that I think will be of particular interest to writers and historians (well, and to all of us who like gossip and enjoy the theatre). Here it is: Life on the Victorian Stage: Theatrical Gossip by Nell Darby. The expansion of the press in Victorian
Hi all: Today I bring you a pretty hard book to read, not because of the writing style, but because of the subject. Childhood and Death in Victorian England by Sarah Seaton. In this fascinating book, the reader is taken on a journey of real life accounts of Victorian children, how they lived, worked, played and ultimately
Hi all: Recently I’ve had not had much time to read and there are not as many reviews coming at you (I’m sure you’ll be relieved to hear that), but this one is a visual feast and I had to bring it to you. Images of the Past: The British Seaside By Lucinda Gosling Imprint: Pen &
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