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How were ladies and gentlemen meant to behave in nineteenth century England? What role did etiquette play regarding correspondence, dinner parties, and proper behavior while they were out and about? What were the particular guidelines reserved for ladies or gentlemen? All these topics and more are covered in Elegant Etiquette in the Nineteenth Century. I…
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Music Monday is a meme that was created by Drew @The Tattooed Book Geek. All you have to do is pick a favorite song or video and share it on Mondays. Lyrics: And it’s been awhile Since I could hold my head up high And it’s been awhile Since I first saw you And it’s…
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Welcome to Dystopia is a collection of 45 dystopian short stories that are dark, politically charged, and unsettling. I rarely read short stories because they almost always leave me wanting more. It’s hard for me to resist dystopia, however, so I had to see what this collection had to offer. In case the title didn’t…
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Can’t Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Tressa at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read.  The featured book this week is The Moonshiner’s Daughter by Donna Everhart. Everhart easily became an author I loved to read as soon as I finished her debut…
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Friends Ilse von Fischer and Renate Bauer are schoolgirls living in Berlin as the Nazis rise to power. Swept away with patriotic fervor, Ilse joins the Hitler Youth Movement and encourages Renate to so the same—never suspecting it will lead to the destruction of their friendship and set a devastating betrayal in motion that will…
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Music Monday is a meme that was created by Drew @The Tattooed Book Geek. All you have to do is pick a favorite song or video and share it on Mondays. I was searching for something to watch one evening, and came across a Celtic Woman concert on my local PBS station. I’d never heard…
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I’ve seen many of my favorite book bloggers posting that they are feeling overwhelmed and need a break. They are bloggers who usually post at least once a day (sometimes more), so it’s easy to understand why they need to take some time to relax from their busy blogging schedule. I, on the other hand,…
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Top Ten Tuesday is a meme originated by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Click the graphic above to learn how to join in. Today’s topic: Inspirational/Thought-Provoking Book Quotes Since I’m terrible when it comes to remembering or writing down meaningful quotes from books I’ve read, I…
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Music Monday is a meme that was created by Drew @The Tattooed Book Geek. All you have to do is pick a favorite song or video and share it on Mondays. Lyrics: Well you’re a real tough cookie with a long history Of breaking little hearts like the one in me That’s okay, let’s see…
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All too often, celebrities are put on pedestals only to fall when scandal strikes. In Fallen Idols, Nigel Blundell takes readers on a trip down memory lane, recalling infamous events in the lives of select notables that occurred within the last century. After giving a brief rundown on infamous events tied to 21 various celebrities…
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