A Gentlewoman’s Guide to Murder by Victoria Hamilton

3.5 out of 5 StarsSynopsis"[An] outstanding series launch. ... Hamilton expertly balances the page-turning detection with the story of a hypocritical society where women, whether they are scullery maids or orphans, rarely get to make their own decisions."—Publishers Weekly (starred review)Scandal and slayings among Regency London's eliteThe shocking murder of Sir Henry Claybourne leaves Regency London... Continue Reading →

The Autobiography of a Happy Woman… Women’s Rights, Then and Now

5 out of 5 Stars Synopsis It need hardly be stated here - these are the random thoughts of a busy woman, and of a woman who is happy because she works. Woman in industry is no new phenomenon in the world. Women have been in industry since time began, since Adam delved and Eve... Continue Reading →

Don’t Stop me Now by Colleen Coleman #womensliterature #bookreview

4 out of 5 Stars Synopsis A hilarious feel good read about finding your feet when life pulls the rug out from under you. Poppy Bloom has a Life Plan: PhD in psychology, research job at her university, and a life of domestic bliss with handsome boyfriend Gregory. But then she finishes her PhD with no... Continue Reading →

Juicy Lucy…. Misogyny in the ’50s and the Fred & Ethel Mystery #ILoveLucy #misogyny #cocktail

Hello All! So, I know that it's no longer technically "Women's History Month". But, pandemic. All rules are out the window in this Mad Max society. So, deal with it. I've been binge watching "I Love Lucy" and, being Women's History Month, I thought this was the perfect time for this post! First of all...... Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Update from this Boozy BookWorm.. Who Needs Saving from Boredom??

Hello All, Just a quick update for anyone wondering why this BookWorm has been a little quiet lately! I was hoping this whole thing would disappear more quickly than it has... that doesn't seem to be the case. So, an update for the future! I will continue to put out my reviews, and they will... Continue Reading →

Sunshine Blogger Awards!! #help #sunshine #bloggers

Here I thought that everyone might need a little sunshine on these gloomy days (even if it is sunny out... it still FEELS a little gloomy!) This tag is 2 years old... YIKES!! Have I been slacking THAT BADLY?! Time to get back on the horse. All I can say, is that the last couple... Continue Reading →

Sandition by Jane Austen and “Another Lady” #WomensHistoryMonth #BookReview

3.5 Stars out of 5 Synopsis From the publisher: Sanditon was Jane Austen's last novel, bequeathed unfinished to her niece. This is its completion, praised for its delicacy, wit and discretion. When Charlotte Heywood, eldest daughter of a family of fourteen, is invited to stay with Mr. and Mrs. Parker of Sanditon, she accepts with... Continue Reading →

#MusicMonday Who Did it Better? “You Don’t Own Me” #CastYourVote!

Hello all! Welcome back to another “Music Monday” hosted by Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek, and my spin on it “Who Did it Better?” Where I put different versions of the same song up against each other and have you all vote on the best one! But, Nicole.... IT'S TUESDAY!! Ya ya.... I know. I... Continue Reading →

The Death of “Far Side Friday” from a FORMER Fan

Hello All, I grew up on Far Side comics. It was a very special time in my life to read and laugh at these comics with my father, who has all of the original collections. When I grew up, I went out and purchased the new collections for myself, hoping to relive these wonderful moments... Continue Reading →

Music Monday: Women’s History Month! Rolling in the Deep #vote #MusicMonday

Hello all! Welcome back to another “Music Monday” hosted by Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek, and my spin on it “Who Did it Better?” Where I put different versions of the same song up against each other and have you all vote on the best one! First, last week’s winner!! Who Did it Better?... Continue Reading →

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