Book Review: Folly by Marthe Jocelyn

Ahhh, here’s a book set in the 19th century. No Jack the Ripper wannabe ghosts in this here book. When Mary’s mother dies, Mary assumes all the responsibilities of keeping their poor, rural household together and caring for her younger siblings. It is a hard life, but Mary loves her brothers and especially her babyContinue reading “Book Review: Folly by Marthe Jocelyn”

National Novel Writing Month

Because I had no time to kill, I decided that this would be the year when I commit myself fully to writing a novel in one month. Just because renovations, children and a full time job just didn’t seem challenging enough. (I am kidding, for those of you who do not always get me specialContinue reading “National Novel Writing Month”