How do I love thee: 14 novel declarations of love


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For all who are beloved. Hope these are helpful this coming Valentines’ Day as you plan surprises for loved ones! (For those who haven’t yet read Little Women or the Courtship of Jo March, I haven’t made a note of who said these lines to whom so as not to spoil the stories :))  Continue reading

What I’d love to see in a Little Women anthology


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One more month of submissions to the Little Women anthology…So I’m putting ideas out there in the hope that a reader might think: “Hmm, that’s interesting, I’d like to look into that one and write about it,” and write a stunning submission which we’ll have the joy of seeing published 🙂  Continue reading

A new Little Women for the new year: a review


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It’s the first day of the 150th year since Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women was first published – a favorite novel of mine, so I was excited to see the new series which aired just after Christmas. Here are my thoughts on the latest film iteration. Continue reading

A Literary Christmas with Little Women


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Make “messes” like the March sisters, read books inspired by Little Women, take off on a Grand Tour…This is for all who want to celebrate Christmas Little Women style. Continue reading

Things I share with the Little Women sisters


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From a failed dinner party, missing out on the adventure of a lifetime and receiving a proposal from my best friend, these are the things I share with the March sisters from Little Women. Continue reading

The Art of Amy March in The Other Alcott


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What if Amy had continued her ardent pursuit of art in Little Women? This novel by Elise Hooper is about the real Amy – May Alcott. The one who did not aim to become “an ornament to society” but relentlessly worked to make a career of her art and succeeded. Continue reading