(Or is it more considering all his body parts were different ages?) January 2018 marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, a classic in English literature and studied in schools throughout the UK. It's a novel known throughout the world but rather than focus on analysing the text in this … Continue reading Frankenstein is 200 years old!
I've been writing this post for about two hours now. In between shoving washing in the machine and then the tumble dryer, and walking the dog, it's taken me far longer than it should, which is really frustrating as Austen is one of my favourite topics to talk about. 200 Years and still grieving! … Continue reading Remembering Jane Austen
I don't know if Queen of Chick Lit is actually Jenny Colgan's title. She probably goes by Mrs Colgan, or something less dramatic. But to me, she is totally the queen of the genre. I await her books with childlike anticipation and once I've read it and realise I have to wait like, a year … Continue reading One of the best around – Jenny Colgan AKA The Queen of Chick Lit
I've been wanting to write an article on M C Beaton for a while. She is, without doubt, one of my favourite authors, for a number of reasons. But before I start, let me tell you a little bit about her, in case you've been living under a rock and don't know who she is. … Continue reading One of the best around – M C Beaton