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Monthly Archives — July 2010

Book News, July 24th

Greetings once again, bookworms. I managed to devour of all of the Pemberley Variations books this week (most were quick reads) and am now delighted with visions of dancing Darcy’s in my dreams. Not a bad way to get some REM! I’ll be completely shifting gears next, with books 3 and 4 in Ally Carter’s […]

Common Sense or Censorship?

There’s been increased buzz in the lit-o-sphere lately about Common Sense Media and their book reviews and ratings, specifically those aimed for young readers. Common Sense Media (CSM) advertises itself as a parent-friendly website whose mission is to help parents navigate the murky world of children’s literature. From my point of view, however, it hovers […]

Love, the Regency Way

It probably comes as no surprise that I have my moments of pure girly-ness and thoroughly indulge in – and enjoy – romance novels, specifically historical romance novels. There’s just something fascinating about the rituals of Georgian/Regency England and the authors who write about it. One such author is Mary Balogh and I recently finished […]