"Since I can remember, my eyes have always grown big at tales of the marvelous."
L. Frank Baum
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Category Archives: Historical Fiction
I think we all know I have kind of a thing about the Phantom of the Opera… I recently did a reread of Gaston Leroux’s original novel–and since I can never keep straight what was in Leroux compared to other … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to read more Agatha Christie (which may or may not have something to do with her appearance in Doctor Who…) and saw a review on Stella Matutina a few months ago for The Secret Adversary. I got … Continue reading
I think we all know I’m a fan of the Phantom of the Opera…and I’d be lying if I said that wasn’t the primary reason I wanted to read Marie, Dancing by Carolyn Meyer. It just happens to be set … Continue reading
I don’t usually do reviews on Friday, but today is Good Friday, leading up towards Easter Sunday, and I just watched a movie that is immensely appropriate to the day. It has the very simple title of Jesus and was … Continue reading
I’ve been deeply intrigued by the concept of Imagined Lives: Portraits of Unknown People ever since I first heard about it. Eight authors wrote fictional character sketches, based off portraits whose original identities have been lost. Many were at some … Continue reading