Hadley and Ernest Forever: Why I’ll Always Love The Paris Wife

There’s a line in A Moveable Feast that has always stayed with me. Written at the end of his life about his early years in Paris, Hemingway reflects on his first marriage to Hadley Richardson, saying, “When I saw my wife again standing by the tracks as the train came in by the piled logs … More Hadley and Ernest Forever: Why I’ll Always Love The Paris Wife

The Forever Summer by Jamie Brenner: A Beach Bag Must-Have

Some books just scream summer reading. The covers alone make you want to pack up and head for the beach, and the setting and characters are perfectly designed to complement the smell of the salt air. Jamie Brenner’s The Forever Summer is exactly one of those novels and is an absolute necessity if you’re heading … More The Forever Summer by Jamie Brenner: A Beach Bag Must-Have

Announcing the March Hunkness Champion of Hunks

A champion has been named!!! After weeks of March Hunkness competition, we finally have a winner. In round one, he beat out Hunger Games hottie Gale Hawthorne. In round two, he held strong against Victoria’s very sexy Lord M. Round three had him defeating Gone with the Wind icon Rhett Butler (sometimes it helps to … More Announcing the March Hunkness Champion of Hunks

Literary Hunk of July: Hareton Earnshaw

In her brief life, Emily Bronte created a novel with characters so unforgettable that we still talk about them—and some of us obsess over them—nearly two hundred years later. From the passionate-to-a-fault Cathy and Heathcliff, to the uppity Edgar and Isabella Linton, to the viciously cray-cray Hindley, the inhabitants of Wuthering Heights and the neighboring … More Literary Hunk of July: Hareton Earnshaw