Tag Archives: Shakespeare

Toil and Trouble

License to Quill by Jacopo Della Quercia is a clever, interesting novel based on the writing of Shakespeare’s play Macbeth. The story opens with the death of Christopher Marlowe – or so the world is led to believe. But is … Continue reading

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Book Giveaway

“From the authors of the international bestseller Homework for Grown-Ups, SHAKESPEARE BASICS FOR GROWN-UPS looks at key works – from comedies to tragedies – and the most important sonnets. For parents having to keep up with their children’s homework, those looking to … Continue reading

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Will the Real Shakespeare Please Stand Up?

The Bookman’s Tale by Charlie Lovett is a fictional mystery which I believe most book lovers will enjoy. The story is about a young widower named Peter who restores, sells, and collects old books.  An introvert, Peter prefers the solace … Continue reading

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Equality For All

Glow by Jessica Maria Tuccelli is a powerful new novel about race and family relations.  The author has masterfully woven a magical tale dating back to pre-Civil War days in Georgia and ending in the era prior to WWII. Told … Continue reading

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Where For Art Thou Romeo?

My friend Joan recommended Juliet by Anne Fortier and I’m so glad she did!  Who doesn’t know the famous story of Romeo and Juliet?  This mystery novel offers an entirely new spin on the origin of the famous story of … Continue reading

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