Category: book review

Reading Mother Wove the Morning

Nine years ago, I sat in a graduate seminar dedicated to studying female writers of the English Renaissance. Our professor asked us to consider what it was like for women in England to lose...

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The 19th Wife: A Book Review

by AmyB A work of historical fiction interwoven with present-day mystery, The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff makes a timely debut in the era of HBO’s Big Love and the media frenzy surrounding Warren...

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Novel Excerpt: Entertaining Angels Unaware

My very talented writer friend, Laura McCune-Poplin, has graciously let us post an excerpt from her yet-unpublished novel, Entertaining Angels Unaware. Laura has written this novel about a LDS woman on her mission in...

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Women on My Bookshelf

Next week it is my turn to present the choices for the next Relief Society book club. It’s rather delicious to peruse the bookshelf, looking for appealing options. I searched for a theme, aware...