TOP TEN TUESDAY: Short and sweet

Short stories and novellas can get lost in the shadow of epic novels and great works of biography, but the compact storytelling form can pack a wallop. Aside from my standbys Poe, Maupassant and Conan Doyle, these are some of my favorite stories and novellas.

Top Ten New-To-Me

Authors I Read For The First Time In 2016 Chelsea Cain Confessions of a Teen Sleuth is hysterical. I didn’t know about it until a friend recommended it and, holey moley. Danielle Dutton Margaret the First is a strange and lovely biographical novel. It sort of defies description, which is something I love about it.…

It’s Monday – What are you reading?: July 11

I was in a local library lull for awhile (for no reason) but I recently picked up a big stack and have been working my way through them. I just finished Margaret the First by Danielle Dutton. I highly recommend it. It is short but deep and brilliant. Margaret the First dramatizes the life of Margaret Cavendish,…

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