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Bargain Bin Enlightenment: A Tale of Terror

Ah… it finally made sense.

That odd little disclaimer at the beginning, the one that had made me pause countless times over the years, the thing that I never understood but was too excited by what came next to stop and fully ponder…

It finally made complete and total sense.…

Read Books: The Lost Duke…

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The Lost Duke of Wyndham (Two Dukes of Wyndham, Book 1)

We’ve discussed that I’m a sucker for the bodice-rippers, right? To be specific, I love regency-era romances. To be even more specific, I love Julia Quinn. When we saw this book on the shelf, my sister picked it up …

Read Books: The Boleyn Inheritance

The Boleyn Inheritance

Although not nearly as fabulous as The Other Boleyn Girl, The Boleyn Inheritance is likewise full of history and intrigue. Plus, I always enjoy seeing Jane Parker get her comeuppance. :)…

Read Books: A Room of One’s Own

A Room of One\'s Own
Virginia Woolf’s famous essay… The inspiration for my pseudonym. …

Read Books: The Eyre Affair

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The Eyre Affair: A Thursday Next Novel

I can’t begin to tell you how fabulous this series is… I loved every moment of every page.…

Eating Can Be a Fattening Hobby.(And other sage advice from Nancy Drew)

Hi! My name is Judith, and I am a book whore.

(Hmmmm… I really wanted to hyphenate that for some reason. Perhaps I’m a book-whore instead. Or maybe a bookwhore? Dude, it’s far too complicated to call oneself disparaging names in type. Makes a girl wanna opt for the golden …

It’s a Free-ee Ride… (When You’ve Already Paid)

Dear Santa Claus,

First off, I’d like to sincerely apologize for writing to you at this time of year. I mean, seriously, who writes Santa in April? Everyone knows how hard you work during the winter and that the rest of the year is reserved for a well-deserved bit of …

And I Laughed When They Said That About Hamlet…

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Hilary Swank is, by far, one of my favorite actresses. No one, and I mean no one, who has ever seen Boys Don’t Cry can claim not to like her without me thinking that they’re tasteless freaks with a fondness for stupidity. (No, I’m not calling you stupid for …



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