As we prepare to bid farewell to the year, as well as wrapping up our 2021 reading challenges, we bookworms are also busy planning our 2022 reading challenges. I'm setting myself a target of 20 new books to read on Goodreads in addition to the 15 individual challenges below. Reader, enjoy. A Piece of Brontë-Inspired… Continue reading Reading Challenge 2022
We all had our fingers crossed for 2021. For me personally it really hasn't been so great. It has still been filled with books though. Now that we’re pretty much halfway through 2021 I thought I’d share with you an update on my reading challenge. I set myself a target of 20 new books for… Continue reading Reading Challenge 2021 Update.
Happy New Year all! Let's hope for a much better 2021 and the less said about most of 2020, the better. I have no resolutions other than my reading challenge however I will follow Charlotte Brontë's advice and see where it gets me - “I try to avoid looking forward or backward, and try to… Continue reading Reading Challenge 2021
What a year 2020 has been. It's safe to say that nobody was expecting anything quite like it. At the start of the year I had a lot of resolutions for 2020; things to do, places to see etc., however, like most bookworms I also had some reading resolutions. Following a mainly successful 2019 Reading… Continue reading Reading Challenge 2020: The Results
I have a lot of resolutions for 2020; things to do, places to see etc., however, like most bookworms I also have some more reading resolutions. Following a mainly successful 2019 Reading Challenge I've devised a new set of challenges for 2020 which you can find below. I've also set myself another Goodreads challenge which is… Continue reading Reading Challenge 2020
There are so many layers to Wuthering Heights, and there is so much more to it than Cathy and Heathcliff, but, like it or not, at its heart the novel is a love story. However, Emily isn't the only Brontë to depict a hero who is both loathed and loved by readers; her siblings also did the same thing, but in very different ways. Below are my thoughts on various Brontë love interests, some familiar, others less so, but all unable to match the enigma that is Heatchliff. There are spoilers here so don't read on unless you are familiar with the Brontës' work. Why would you even be here if you weren't though?