How do I love thee? Let me count the ways! These quotes and more from Elizabeth Barrett Browning's love sonnets
The Thorn Birds was an international success, because it spoke to our hopes, fears and aspirations regarding love. I was on the set of The Thorn Birds in 1982, and learned an unexpected lesson.
A young mother with two toddlers yearned to gain financial independence in a strange country where she knew no one. One day she walked past a boutique with leather handbags which gave her an idea.
How does one cope when all one’s material possessions have been taken away from you? How do you regain lost papers, passports, birth-certificates and diplomas? You start over again!
When reading “The Story of An Hour” by Kate Chopin, I found myself very intrigued by both the author and the story. This short story is full of instances and characters the mirror Kate’s own life and tell volumes...
Edward and Elinor in Sense and Sensibility (2008) Women with a romantic disposition have long considered Jane Austen’s novels as classic. Even the more cynical sort can be drawn into the worlds of Elizabeth Bennet,...
The Fault in Our Stars is not merely a romantic novel written by John Green. It's a book full of simple life lessons that we simply fail to realize. Find out 7 realizations lifted from this book!
Her mental turmoil from being exposed to an inexplicable experience had totally shattered her perception about life in general. How was she ever going to share what had happened to her with anybody?
Romance novels I read this month and enjoyed!
Writers Nora Roberts and Danielle Steel are two of the most read romance authors of our time. People love them both for different reasons and they both share readers from all walks of life. This article is meant to...