A Reader’s Thoughts on Classics and Obscure Old Literature
Hope For the Infinitely Curious , the Jack of all Trades, & the Multipotentialite
Tales of whimsy, humour and courgettes
Reviews, Essays and Analysis of Film and Art By Adam Scovell
One stop source of vintage poster fact and trivia. Buying, selling discussing and advising on collectable graphics and posters. Items always go on sale here first so keep checking, Padden, Eckersley, Kauffer, Heniron, Lander, Newbould and more
A forgotten 19th-century crime. An account by those who were there
Writer, Researcher & Cultural Historian
Jane Austen's life, times and works explained and discussed
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
Epic Fantasy Web Serial
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
Wittering on about stuff
The photographs of Mary Macpherson - with a dash of poetry
colours keep me happy
a weekly blog that creates a personal philosophy through photographs and words
the stories behind the pictures, and vice versa
Chinese, language, learn, speak, write, textbook, contract, beginner, advanced, intermediate, commercial, marketing, correspondence, characters, radicals, decomposition, business, numbers, numerals, contract, email
The only way I know
informações sobre massagem e bem-estar para clientes e profissionais
Reconnecting with The Darkness in the Light
Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Cancun, Riviera Maya, Cenotes, Sian Ka'an, Cozumel, Bacalar, Mahahual, Monterrey...
19th century Novels with a Little Romance
The Bradford Police Museum City Hall Bradford
A lot of history and some mounted prints I sell. Also on Twitter & FB. Also have a book & Art blog.
drunk on the arts
Reviews of books...and occasional other stuff.
ESSAYS ON 19TH CENTURY LITERATURE & THE GOTHIC
Super Sleuths who blog about anything and everything to do with the Georgian Era
Victorian England's Female Offenders
a pursuit of knowledge and journey to independence
"She had read novels while other people perused the Sunday papers" - Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Inspired by the Classics: A Reader's Journal
Writing is fun!