Reading has become a sneaky 3 minutes here and there thing since my second baby. Despite this, I have still managed to read the below four books in the past month. A Truth Universally Acknowledged: 33 Writers on Why We Read Jane Austen, edited by Susannah Carson This was slow reading for me. Not because I… Continue reading Melissa’s Reading Round Up
Jane Austen didn’t have to juggle a job, a company, a blog, several social media accounts, family, friends, church and a dog. However, I’d rather have these things than be cast in the role of an 18th Century writer who had to sneak in writing time around family commitments. She did juggle a fantastic cast… Continue reading The Jane Austen Guide to Happily Ever After by Elizabeth Kantor – a review by Melissa
I don’t think it’s a surprise to find out that I turn to Austen when I need comfort, or that I reread Pride and Prejudice every year. So I have, once again, read the masterpiece. There has never been another book that I have loved so much, read so many times or could read again… Continue reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen – a review by Melissa
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