Over the Easter I wasn’t online, but I was still reading. And two books that Ninemoons gave me were Sylvester and These Old Shades. Both written by Gorgette Heyer and are historical novels. I’ve also stuck em under the chick lit tag because I cant see many fellas enjoying them. A few maybe, but they (Read More)
Lucretia Again posted this great news. A new Alexandre Dumas novel has been found and it to be published. Believed to be the great writer’s last work, The Knight of Sainte-Hermine – a swashbuckling tale of derring-do in the finest Dumas tradition – has not been heard of since 1869, the year before the author’s (Read More)
Why exactly is it that people driving cars can’t use their indicators? And why do people riding bikes think it is okay to use the footpath? And do I sound like one of those Grumpy Old Women?
0330327909 I read George’s Memoirs of Cleopatra a year or two ago, and really enjoyed it, so when I spotted this in the bargain basement I figured I may as well purchase. Still it has taken me an age to actually manage to read it. Mainly because it is quite a large book, and a (Read More)
So I’ve been doing a bit of surfing, and what with St. Patrick’s day having just been, there are quite a few sites that mention it. So my question: when did it become Patty’s day? Or is it just an Americanisation of Paddy’s Day? Coz I use paddy’s day, makes it sound less like a (Read More)