The Queen’s Governess
By: Violet Jessop:
By: Chantal Thomas:
The Best Loved Poems of Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis
By: Alice Randall
Pictorial History of Gone with the Wind
The Wind Done Gone: A Novel
The Perfect Royal Mistress: A Novel
By: Alice Randall
You guys, thank you SO, SO much for helping me reach so many!
I never thought that I’d gain so many in such a short amount of time.
This blog is just about two months old, so I appreciate you reading my posts and talking with me!
I’d like to mention that I am on Twitter, Goodreads, BlogLovin’ and, of course, Facebook!
Please feel free to reach out to me there, follow me, whatever you like. 🙂
When my Facebook reaches 150 ‘fans’, I think I’ll do a giveaway.
Don’t be shy, come say hello! Really, I don’t bite. 🙂 It’s me who runs the page.
Muchos besos! ❤
I thought I’d share this graphic with you guys–I found it on Pinterest whilst I was on one of my “pinning days” (aka, I basically get lost on the site, lol.) and I wanted to share with you and get your feedback!
I personally am a fan of both. One will never cancel out the other. I understand that there are strong feelings on both sides, which is strange to me. I feel that if the author’s words are taking you to that sacred place where reality fades away and the words become your new reality, the characters become your friends and family…I don’t see the issue. Of course I miss the smell of the pages. I miss the turning of the pages, but honestly, I love the words. I love the way they twist and turn and can take your breath away and make you cry, make your soul jump and dance…that happens when I read. No matter the medium in which I choose to do it.
How do you prefer? Sound off in comments or send me a message!