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200 Years of Emily Brontë

2018 marks the two hundredth anniversary of Emily Brontë’s birth. The fifth of six children, Emily lived with her parents and siblings at Haworth, a Pennine village in Yorkshire, England. Born on the 30th of July 1818, Emily Brontë, along with her sisters Anne and Charlotte, are the most well-known of the Brontë siblings. Growing… Continue reading 200 Years of Emily Brontë

Australian literature, Australian women writers, Books, Fairytales, Kate Forsyth, Reading, Reviews

Eighteenth Anniversary of Dragonclaw

I am a few days late, but it has been, as of the first of June, the eighteenth anniversary of Kate Forsyth publishing her first novel, Dragonclaw. I still have my first edition copies on my shelf, collecting dust, but waiting to be read again. I started the series at fifteen, when, in search of… Continue reading Eighteenth Anniversary of Dragonclaw