An amazing new way to look at Jane Austen. I was floored!
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by fangswandsfairy • Audio, Book Review Non-Fiction or Reference • Tags: Biography, Georgian England, History, Kimg George IV, King WIlliam, Prince Albert, Princess Charlotte, Queen Victoria, Victorian era
How did Queen Victoria get to be the Queen of England and Empress of the United Kingdom?
THE BOSS was The Man when I was in college; now he opens up beyond the music in this amazing and startling autobiography read by Bruce himself.
With his years in the dining and hospitality industry, Tower offers an instructive guide to dining and entertainment etiquette.
Love and Marriage: Do they go together like a horse and carriage? Stephanie Coontz examines the history of marriage from paleolithic times to now.
This is a resource guide for artists who paint landscapes, or who want to. The principles apply to other subjects as well.
This is a really different type book for me to be looking at: an art journal. Do I love it? Read on to find out!
Greg Edwards, a comedian in the persona of “Sparky Sweets, Ph.D.” provides an “urban” view of classic literature with a “Spark Notes” format – just like the YouTube channel. Audiobook Review
Brilliant, British TV host, curator and historian Lucy Worsley, Ph.D. writes about our favorite “who done its,” the British Murder mystery. It seems like they have their roots in, well, actual murder.
David Sedaris is possibly the funniest writer alive and I look at his HOLIDAYS ON ICE and try to figure out why. Either way this book is sure to make any holiday you face much more fun. And it is the perfect holiday hostess gift!
My friend Elizabeth has written a fabulous self-help book. Seriously it is possibly the best I have ever read. AND it has coffee! How can it miss?