The Corinthian by Georgette Heyer

The moment it was over, I wanted to read it again – and that doesn’t happen often! Georgette Heyer accidentally created a Sub-Genre (the Regency Romance) when she wrote this book , which is why I had to read it. What a fun, witty, and comical adventure!...

First Day of Spring

It was a gloriously sunny day. Here’s to the best season of all (mainly because my birthday is nearby)! Franz Xaver Winterhalter – The Spring

Book Review: Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

This memoir offers a window into a conflicted, depressed soul. We then accompany the writer as she regains the simple joys of life in Italy, finds inner peace through lots of praying and soul searching in India, and finds love again in Bali. Many people deal with...