Fierce Femme Friday

Fierce Femme Friday No. 3

Today we are looking another one of my favorite literary characters, Beatrice from Much Ado About Nothing. Though not one of the most popular plays, it is by far my favorite. One major reason why is Beatrice. Besides the fact that Beatrice is an example of how feminism existed even in the 16th century, her… Continue reading Fierce Femme Friday No. 3

Book Reviews

Book Review: Alex and Eliza

Being the Hamilton nerd that I am, I was anxiously awaiting the release of this book for what felt like ages. Knowing how full my reading schedule is at present I slipped it into my audiobook library. I went into this book expecting something akin to America’s First Daughter, or The Confessions of Catherine de… Continue reading Book Review: Alex and Eliza

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Bishop’s Girl

From Goodreads: Jess is a researcher on a quest to give the one-hundred-year-old skeleton, discovered in the exhumed grave of a prominent bishop, an identity. But she’s not sure of her own – her career is stalling, her marriage is failing. She doesn’t want to spend hours in the archives, rifling through dusty papers in… Continue reading Book Review: The Bishop’s Girl

Fierce Femme Friday

Fierce Femme Friday No. 2

Gah! It’s only my second Fierce Femme Friday and I’m already late! Well, this week I am bringing to you a fierce fictional character that I adore but I don’t get to talk about much on this blog, though I have brought her up on the podcast.  I love a strong independent leading woman and… Continue reading Fierce Femme Friday No. 2