Vintage films, books, sewing, womanhood and everything in between
...from a Sloperian point of view.
'I don't know how to be silent when my heart is speaking.' - Fyodor Dostoevsky
a place where meat, vegetables and pastry meet in harmony
Submissions, rejections, agents, publishers, news—a full-time writer's life
Where often is heard an encouraging word and the skies are not cloudy all day.
in pursuit of good books
A peek into Megha's mind
Travels and Adventures Between the Pages
On life, writing and horses!
Book Review Blog
A daily dip into the world of art
Classic detective fiction and impossible crimes
Reviews, news, features and all things books for passionate readers
the fading line between writing, reading, and editing
BY GRACE THROUGH FAITH
A Writer's Journal
Poetry, photography, philosophy, random thoughts depending on position of the planets and stars at any given time...
A Reader’s Thoughts on Classics and Obscure Old Literature
Hope For the Infinitely Curious , the Jack of all Trades, & the Multipotentialite
Tales of humour, whimsy and courgettes
A history blog by Chloë
Reviews, Essays and Analysis of Film and Art By Adam Scovell
All the best vintage graphics and poster news from around the web. There's a poster out there for everyone! @365posterblog1 #posteroutthere
A forgotten 19th-century crime. An account by those who were there
Writer, Researcher & Cultural Historian
Books • Opera • Art • History
A novel based on the true story of French painter James Tissot
Smart is the new sexy.
I think we'll start with a reign of terror
Remembering forgotten women
Adventures with great novels around the world
"There was no way in hell she was moving to the southern continent without all of her books." -Sarah J. Maas
A Curious Person's Photographic Notebook
“Beware those men, the jokers and the tricksters and the clowns. They will laugh us into hell.”
The photographs of Mary Macpherson - with a dash of poetry
be kind to yourself
a weekly blog that creates a personal philosophy through photographs and words
the stories behind the pictures, and vice versa