From Mark Brownlow, this hilarious — and brilliant — graphic which takes us into the giddy realm of Jane Eyre’s email.
More about Mark here.
Sarah MacLean has long been an inspiration to me, both through her books and her tireless advocacy for the romance genre, so I was absolutely thrilled that she chose You May Kiss the Bride as one of the month’s best romance novels in her Washington Post column. Here, in part, is what she said:
Read Sarah’s full column here.
“I also got you a cupcake.” :)
If you’ve been following my blog, you know I’m a big Jane Austen fan. So I was thrilled to hear about these deeply flattering words of praise from the Historical Novel Society.
Click here to read the full review.
Want to read more of the nice things being said about You May Kiss the Bride? Click here.
I’m fascinated by this Victorian-era gown. The velvet, for one thing — oh my goodness, don’t you just want to feel it? And the color . . . I can’t quite make up my mind about it. I mostly love it, but there’s about 10 percent of me which finds it slightly repellent. What do you think?
Now that’s a bookshelf.
Spring. My front yard. Thinking of Anne Lamott: “I am going to try to pay attention to the spring. I am going to look around at all the flowers, and look up at the hectic trees. I am going to close my eyes and listen.”
This recently floated across my Twitter feed, and I stopped and stared — intrigued, amused, and a little perturbed all at once. I still don’t know what I think about it. Which, I reckon, is a compliment to the artist(s).