Hi everyone! Last week was one of the best weeks I've had in the book community. A photo I took of a bookish candle on Instagram was re-posted by Flick The Wick (love their candles!), my blog post about Book Blogging and Being Enough was favorited by Kristin at Kristin Kraves books AND I won… Continue reading Book Blog Hooray! An Update On My Best Week Ever!
Hello from someone who is more than ready for fall. I'm 100% a fall person (omg future me in January is going to hate myself for wishing away summer) because when you live in New England, the winters are unbearable and so are the summers. I live for fall where I can wear sweaters, jeans… Continue reading August Wrap Up — What I Read and My New Love for True Crime Podcasts
“What is it that drives some men to such poor behavior? We accept their behavior because of what would happen if we didn’t”. After I read Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald, I knew I had to read more of Therese Fowler’s work. I have a huge fascination with the gilded age/jazz era,… Continue reading Book Review: A Well-Behaved Woman: A Novel of Alva Vanderbilt by Therese Ann Fowler
Hey everyone! It's my first monthly wrap up EVER on Fawn & Fern and I'm so excited to share the books I've read this month. I've read a few great books, a good book and a book I wish I hadn't even started. Keep reading to find out! February went by SO FAST. January was… Continue reading February Monthly Wrap Up + Beauty obsessed humans, Hemingway, a two star read and a murder mystery
Paula McClain truly wraps and weaves you into the world of Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn with her newest novel, Love and Ruin. Marty Gellhorn is a woman of courage and tenacity. She is a writer by trade and throws her all into her work. She is continuously let down by the men in… Continue reading Book Review: Love & Ruin by Paula McClain
I had a huge Tudor book phase 4-5 years ago. I read everything about Henry the 8th and his wives, watched any Tudor show/movie (ahem, The Tudors with Jonathan Rhys Myers...swoon) and thought about what it was like to live during that era. My phase ended when I moved out of my apartment and into… Continue reading Book Review: The Phantom Tree by Nicola Cornick
I recently told a friend "I'm not really into thriller or mystery books". Had I read The English Wife before that, I never would have said it. This suspenseful novel had me completely captivated from the beginning. Set in the late 1800's, it has all the flair of the Gilded Age with a completely shocking… Continue reading The English Wife