Unknown English Artist. Queen Elizabeth I ("The Coronation Portrait"). c. 1600. Oil on panel. National Portrait Gallery, London.
Knight, Harold. The Reader. c. 1910. Oil on canvas. Brighton and Hove Museums and Art Galleries, UK.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme created by The Broke and the Bookish blog, and now hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week I'm sharing: The Ten Most Recent Additions to My Bookshelf Most of these are eBooks I've gotten as Kindle Deals and/or with Kindle credit, but a couple are books I... Continue Reading →
This Winter Mini Persephone Readathon was certainly short and sweet! I hope you all had a cozy and relaxing weekend of reading, reviewing, discussing, and celebrating Persephone Books. Thank you so much to everyone who participated, posted, and/or spread the word on social media. I really enjoyed spending the past three days interacting and reading along... Continue Reading →
Just in case you needed another excuse to read this weekend, the beloved Booktuber Lauren of Lauren And The Books is hosting one of her Cosy Reading Nights tonight!! This Winter edition just happens to align with the Winter 2020 Mini Persephone Readathon. What could be more perfect than curling up with a Persephone Book... Continue Reading →
Would it really be a readathon without some challenges? For those interested, I’ve put together a list of six optional challenges that can be completed at any point during the weekend. Feel free to do as many or as few as you’d like. You can share your responses on your blog, on social media with... Continue Reading →
Welcome to the Winter 2020 Mini Persephone Readathon! This open post will serve as a central place to share your reading progress, your completed challenges, share links to your readathon posts, and just to chat about anything Persephone books/readathon related. I’ve also listed a few reminders/links below. I hope you all have an enjoyable, cozy,... Continue Reading →
The news feels unrelentingly bleak at the moment. I don't know about you, but I for one could use a quiet distraction. Since the pages between certain iconic grey covers never fail to offer just that, I thought a weekend-long readathon celebrating all things Persephone Books would be a good place to start. I'm happy to... Continue Reading →