Heather Morris wrote The Tattooist of Auschwitz after conducting extensive interviews with the real life protagonist of her work, Ludwig (Lale) Sokolov.
Today is the day and I could not be more excited to finally sit myself down and watch this.
My goodness how I love a good YA romance; they’re like my guilty pleasure. Except I don’t feel guilty; I love ‘em and I don’t care who knows it. From when I was a younger to now, YA novels have always had a way of stealing my heart and making everything much sweeter.
It’s already August and we’ve been chasing summer as much as we’ve been chasing the perfect summer read, but have no fear!
I’m totally guilty of reading too many romance novels, although I don’t like when people refer to them as a ‘guilty pleasure’, after all, it is one of the most popular genres for a reason.
It was only a couple of days ago that I arrived back from an amazing three week trip in one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It lasted for twenty-one days, but on the first day I stepped off the plane I was in love.
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André Aciman, the author responsible for writing one of the best literary romances in history, is sharing his book recommendations for readers who are true romantics at heart.
Ah yes, there is nothing quite like romance and grand gestures. As cheesy as they may be, they’re even lovelier these days because they’re so uncommon. Who writes poetry for their love? Who plays them a song on their front porch?
As any bookworm would feel, a little Brontë never hurt anybody. And when you’re Kate Bush you know the Brontës are basically like gods. After all, being launched into music stardom at the age of eighteen because of your hit “Wuthering Heights” is no common story.