Elegant. What images immediately spring to mind? Probably something along the lines of stately architecture or a high-class garment. A hedgehog, however, is not usually on this list.
A recipe for a tart seems as though it should be fairly straightforward instructions for how to make a pastry.
“The History of Love” is an ambitious title. It promises to be all-encompassing, thoughtful, wise, charming, inquisitive, comforting and not to be trite, insignificant, dishonest or insincere.
While Chevalier may be most well known for her novel turned film, “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” her debut work, “The Virgin Blue,” is actually far superior to her more popular works.
Most of us are familiar with the softened Disney version of fairy tales, but few of us have read any of the original Grimm’s fairy tales or anything like them.
Fall is my favorite time of year. Friends, family, great food and, if you’re lucky, a warm fire and a good book to cuddle up with on those foggy, dreary days.
“Catch-22” was published in 1961 and is named after a now popular phrase, “Catch-22” is the epitome of a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” situation.