REVIEW: THE HOUSE BY THE LAKE by Thomas Harding

Do not be taken in by tranquil thoughts of a summer house by the lake. Though many hours of pleasure were spent in the cabin, it has seen far more distress and tragedy. Harding recounts the story of five families who lived in the house, including his own ancestors who built it. The house serves as…

REVIEW: THE WOMAN BEFORE WALLIS by Andrew Rose

Before Edward took up with American socialite Wallis Simpson, before he gave up the crown and eschewed his duties as the King of England, the young prince was involved in an even more scandalous relationship. A antsy and angsty Prince is assigned to duty in France during WWI.  Seeing as he was poised to take…

ARMCHAIR BEA: Ethics & Non-Fiction

Ah… the tricky question of ethics.  Today Armchair BEA tackles: Do you have recommendations to new bloggers to ensure credit is given to whom/where credit is due?  Have you had an experience with plagiarism?  How did you deal with it?  What are the guidelines as bloggers that we must follow? Giving credit is really easy…

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