Posts Tagged: audiobook

Christmas in June? Yes, if it’s with Jane Austen: Jane and the 12 Days of Christmas #bookreview #audiobook

It’s been another hard week, people, and when shit is hard, I go to Jane. Bitch only wrote six books before she died—she’d never make it in romance today. Fortunately, fanfic! Who doesn’t love a Jane Austen retelling? I used

Christmas in June? Yes, if it’s with Jane Austen: Jane and the 12 Days of Christmas #bookreview #audiobook

It’s been another hard week, people, and when shit is hard, I go to Jane. Bitch only wrote six books before she died—she’d never make it in romance today. Fortunately, fanfic! Who doesn’t love a Jane Austen retelling? I used

Michael Pritchard reads me to sleep with Rex Stout’s Some Buried Caesar #audiobook #minibookreview #rexsout

I love Rex Stout. Actually, he’s a misogynist, narrow-minded prick. Much like his creation Nero Wolfe. Who I really love is Archie Goodwin. OMFG, do I love Archie Goodwin. Archie is… suave, smooth–sexist, of course, but in that sweet way

Michael Pritchard reads me to sleep with Rex Stout’s Some Buried Caesar #audiobook #minibookreview #rexsout

I love Rex Stout. Actually, he’s a misogynist, narrow-minded prick. Much like his creation Nero Wolfe. Who I really love is Archie Goodwin. OMFG, do I love Archie Goodwin. Archie is… suave, smooth–sexist, of course, but in that sweet way

The Boleyn Inheritance by Philippa Gregory revisited #bookreview #historicalnovel #alliknowabouthistoryilearntfromfiction

I had a chance to hear the legendary, amazing, awesome Philippa Gregory speak at a Calgary Wordfest event a couple of weeks ago. She was promoting her new novel, Tidelands, but generously recognized that most of us were there for

The Boleyn Inheritance by Philippa Gregory revisited #bookreview #historicalnovel #alliknowabouthistoryilearntfromfiction

I had a chance to hear the legendary, amazing, awesome Philippa Gregory speak at a Calgary Wordfest event a couple of weeks ago. She was promoting her new novel, Tidelands, but generously recognized that most of us were there for

This Christmas, explore my Christmas issues

  Therapist: So. Do you want to talk about your Christmas issues? Jane: I don’t have Christmas issues. Therapist: You do. Jane: I don’t. Therapist: Jane, I’ve read your books. The first one actually has a chapter called “Worst Christmas

This Christmas, explore my Christmas issues

  Therapist: So. Do you want to talk about your Christmas issues? Jane: I don’t have Christmas issues. Therapist: You do. Jane: I don’t. Therapist: Jane, I’ve read your books. The first one actually has a chapter called “Worst Christmas