Set in the early eighteenth century, The Confessions Of Frannie Langton is the eponymous woeful tale about a Jamaican girl, a so-called ‘mulatta’ who spirals into misfortune. At first a house maid and experimental subject on the plantations of Paradise, she finds herself waiting on the renowned Behams in their London estate
Today I'd like to do something a little different and share with you some of the most interesting articles I've read this week in the world of books and publishing. Here are my 3 picks for bookish news stories this week.
I'm extremely excited to have been selected as an ambassador for LoveReading UK, the UK's leading book recommendation website.
I started reading these verses on my lunch break from the full-time 9-5 job I currently have; so such poems as I Wonder and Routine really resonated with me and I could empathize with the disillusionment, the sense of frustration and pointlessness that makes the pursuit of dreams seem altogether bleak.
Choosing Me is the debut collection of poems by Bill Weber. They are a collection of deeply romantic verses inspired by his wife, Cynthia. The poems have all the romanticism of free verse and are typically organized into stanzas. They all discuss a central theme; that of love making and the spiritual connection that comes... Continue Reading →