Set aside a stormy evening by the warm fireplace to enjoy this novella, even if you haven’t read the series.
A theme in The Mistletoe Matchmaker is the understanding of art as an expression, or even a language, of its creator.
This short story follows two young people during the years following 9/11 and is set in Montana, where double-proxy marriages are allowed.
As they do in many of Alcott’s stories, bright girls and resourceful women play prominent roles.
A masterfully crafted tale of joy, heartbreak and hope, Minding Frankie is about a motherless girl collectively raised by a close-knit Dublin community.
Readers are guided beautifully and creatively through this classic fairy-tale. Subtle details and description are always dropped at just the right moment, and never detract from the story’s forward movement.
The Story of Arthur Truluv is a beautiful story about three people who find their way out of loss and loneliness together.
I absolutely loved this well-written story. Every scene is important, there are lovely descriptive passages, and the characters mature quite a bit during our time with them.
The Women in Black by Madeleine St. John is a charming story set in 1950s Sydney, Australia, where women at the F.G. Goode department store wear simple black frocks to sell ladies cocktail dresses for Christmas and the New Year.