The war at home

In this time of pandemics and quarantines, we’re all searching for different ways to grasp a bit of comfort and stability. Personally, I’ve been reading mysteries (they always find an answer by the end!), watching some very fluffy tv, and perhaps baking a bit more than I should. I never would have guessed that oneContinue reading “The war at home”

My Feminist Winter, Part 2

Strong female character: check. World War I setting: check.¬† A little bit of romance: check. Suffrage movement: check. Honestly, for historical fiction, this is usually about all I need for a book to be a winner. It’s why I put¬†Crossing Stones by Helen Frost on my to-read list so many years ago. But I deeplyContinue reading “My Feminist Winter, Part 2”