Archive | November 2012

Enchanted Refuge – The Barnes & Noble Review

Enchanted Refuge – The Barnes & Noble Review.

Such fun that Eloisa James is so present online. I love the title – Enchanted Refuge – and her intro graph in this B&N blog post. Catches the spirit of what lovely book-inspired fantasies provide at rough times. (I do want to say that anyone who was able to ride out Sandy with a novel was blessed; terrible things happened, but for some it was an unexpected reading day. We were truly fortunate.)



Hamwood Papers, copy of book for sale

Quite interesting!

The Ladies of Llangollen

For those interested in obtaining a copy the fabulous publication, The Hamwood Papers of the Ladies of Llangollen and Caroline Hamilton (1930), edited by Mrs Bell:

nice First Edition copy of THE HAMWOOD PAPERS OF THE LADIES OF LLANGOLLEN AND CAROLINE HAMILTON  for sale.  The book is missing its dust cover but has no damage and is in good condition.  If interested please contact me for further details via the following email: jejclarke [at] hotmail [dot] com.

Jim found the text while sorting through relatives’ books, doesn’t have room for it himself, and would like to see this copy go to a good home (rather than sit on a bookshop shelf).

If you’ve never heard about The Hamwood Papers, feel free to post a comment (below) asking about the book’s contents. A “must have” for anyone interested in the lives of Sarah Ponsonby and Eleanor Butler; useful also for anyone interest in this period…

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