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Happy Friday, everyone! :)
If, like me, you’re a Jane Austen fan and always up for a great Austen-inspired novel, may I recommend The Clergyman’s Wife by Molly Greeley?
I’ve long thought that the intelligent, pragmatic, likable Charlotte Collins in Pride and Prejudice to be a fascinating character, and I loved Greeley’s nuanced, beautifully written narration that encompasses not only the familiar events in P&P but Charlotte’s past and her future too.
For more info, click here to go to Greeley’s website.
Apparently somebody’s publicly shared regarding an unorthodox reading habit: he cuts his books in half to lighten his load when he’s out and about but still wants to bring along his current read.
Some people are outraged, calling it book desecration. Others applaud, saying it’s a clever and pragmatic strategy.
Where do you stand on this controversial — even inflammatory — bookish question?
Or even sooner, if the book is really good. :)
This sums it up nicely.
Feel free to substitute “Lisa” for “Violet.” :)
I especially like that she’s using a BOOK.
Having been a bookworm for as long as I can remember, it’s amazing that I didn’t know this fascinating and slightly repulsive factoid.
Who else can relate to this??