This off-beat story reveals there is more to grandparents than young children would ever imagine.
Returning from the West Indies in 1715, Sophia’s father finds his daughter unsupervised and grown into an unruly, but educated, young woman.
Imagine a very old rambling house; one with rooms full of treasured memories, ornaments gathering dust, carpets worn but no longer trodden on, sun light filtering through windows and hazy dust part
Best-selling German author Charlotte Link is back with another tense thriller.
Canadian writer Johanna Skibsrud follows up her Scotiabank Giller Prize-winning debut novel The Sentimentalists with this collection of thoughtful, carefully crafted short stories.
The blog began in a small way in August 2009 with a promise by the 'Gentle Author' to write everyday about the rich variety of life to be found in Spitalf
It is England in the late 1500s and you have “broken a sinew” (tendon). What do you do?
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