A cropped image from “Elfin Revelers” by Arthur Rackham.
One of my prettiest books ever…the Portuguese copy of When Beauty Tamed the Beast.
Trade romance sales make up the largest share of the U.S. consumer book market, yet they carry a lot of negative associations. Does romance deserve a second chance?
I’m in such great company!
This really makes sense!
On the sixth of April, in the year 1812—precisely two days before her sixteenth birthday—Penelope Featherington fell inlove.
It was, in a word, thrilling. The world shook. Her heart leaped. The moment was breathtaking. And, she was able to tell herself withsome satisfaction, the man in…
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Houston, we have a problem… Hahaha! I can’t help it…I had to control myself. I wanted to get more but I had to keep reminding myself that I’m a poor student! A few more months and I’ll prolly get all the books from Eloisa James (my hidden pleasure…indulgence) and a few others I just had my eyes on. I should resist stepping into bookstores. Why are Kino, Borders etc so accessible?
Hey, I’m honored to be part of your hidden pleasure…back when I was a student (now I’m a prof), I spent all my extra money on books. Not that there was very much extra money. So, you go!