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

A “Little Women” Tea Time


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Originally posted on The World Is a Tea Party Site:
Louisa May Alcott, engraving from Harper’s Weekly. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. One of the great classic American novels is Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. And having set up…