Walking Dickens London by Lee Jackson

I have the usual love-hate relationship with Dickens, felt by most of us who’d rather be reading Sherlock Holmes. But I’ve recently discovered a great little library book that I think will be of interest both for avid fans, and for reluctant readers in search of a useful resource for making sense of Dickens’ literary [Read More...]

Falling for Your Madness

Falling for Your Madness by Katharine Grubb

I have a soft spot for a good story. And when I’ve read previous work by the author and know them to be clever, witty, and humorous? Consider me smitten. In fact, smitten is a pretty good way to describe how I feel about this book: It’s the debut release by author Katharine Grubb: Falling for [Read More...]

The Stories of J.F. Powers

One of those authors I have been meaning to get around to read is J.F. Powers. I first heard him recommended by Amy Welborn and later found that both Flannery O’Connor and Walker Percy praised his works. As a writer he was not very prolific writer with only two novels along with collections of short [Read More...]


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