Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is a brilliant commentary on class and society. These diverse retellings recreate the story in a contemporary way and star people of colour and their cultures and experiences.
I usually like the book better than the movie. Here are my thoughts on the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Crazy Rich Asians, and Dumplin’ book to movie adaptations.
I tried to read the first book by one of my favourite authors and…it was bad. Here’s what I learned and why I’ll still keep reading their new books.
Epistolary books are all over the place, in every genre and for every age group.
I loved Sally Thorne’s contemporary romance novel THE HATING GAME. Here are some other books that give me the same vibe, and the same silly grin.
A straightforward contemporary retelling of Pride and Prejudice.
When people think of reading goals, they usually think in terms in number of books read in a calendar year. But there are SO MANY other kinds of reading goals to try for. Here are some ideas.
A lot of people set a goal for the number of books they’ll read in a year. I used to be one of those people. But this year, I’m keeping my goal low. Here’s why.
Today, in honour of the 243rd anniversary of Jane Austen’s birth (December 16, 1775), I want to share with you some of my favourite Pride and Prejudice retellings.
I’ve never really liked Love You Forever. The song was pretty, but the story was a little weird to me. Robert Munsch’s work is mostly silly and quirky and fun. And this book just never fit for me. But then I read about where the song came from.