To Marry an English Lord is presented as a popular history style book that talks about the period of time during the Late Victorian era into the Edwardian era when it became common practice for rich Americans to attempt to net a title through marriage. My copy in particular had a large printed emblem that… Continue reading Non-Fiction : To Marry an English Lord by Gail MacColl and Carol Wallace
I managed to unhaul two bags worth of books in my recent ‘catalog my books’ project. I’ve stopped buying books new unless I’ve tried it (library checkouts, samples online) previously. The used books though, that’s where I hit a hole. These are usually things I’ve heard about or sound interesting or I’ve already read.… Continue reading November & December Haul
My reading is slow, so slow this spanking new 2018 so the new format I'm going to shoot for here is similar books talked about together in bunches of twos and threes. There will not be videos for the foreseeable future, but I have hopefully returned to this for the time being! Onward! Let's look… Continue reading Thoughts on Old Things! A Double Book Wrap-Up
It's Non-Fiction November time! I'm pretty pumped about in all honestly, I love my non-fiction. And you know how it goes around here, I am super bad at TBRs so instead I have four books I'm going to try to read and a metric ton of books I might read so I have… Continue reading Non-Fiction November MBR!
It was a slow week! I’m not going to lie, I spent most of it devoted to one honker of a book which I will talk about below. I think I might already picking up pace for the last week of Victober, so hopefully I’ll end on a high note! As always, you can listen… Continue reading Victober Wrap-Up #3!
I did something different this week and decided to bust up my weekly wrap-up with fiction and non-fiction. This will make these posts and videos shorter and easier to consume! As always there will be a video for this if you'd prefer to listen, linked on the sidebar! The first non-fiction I read was The Perfect… Continue reading Non-Fiction Wrap-up! 8.22.2017