Gone With The Wind
Reviewed: “Gone With the Wind” by Margaret Mitchell
How do I begin to write a review of Gone With the Wind? Maybe like this: I loved every word of Gone With the Wind. Yes, that’ll do just fine. You see, it’s true so it’s the best possible beginning. I can’t believe I’m the age I am and I’ve only just read this book that everyone… Continue reading
The Holiday Book Haul of 2012
Happy Holidays and Happy 2013! I hope everyone had an amazing time this holiday season! Not to brag, but I got four books for my birthday and Christmas. Toss in an Amazon gift card that I fully intend to spend on books and I’ve done very well, I’d say. The books I got are all… Continue readingA Separate Country, A Very Long Engagement, Benedict Freedman, books, Enemy Women, Gone With The Wind, Ivanhoe, Kent Haruf, Margaret Mitchell, Mary Mackey, Mrs. Mike, or The Life Romantic, Paulette Jiles, Paullina Simmons, Plainsong, Richard La Gallienne, Robert Hicks, Sebastien Japrisot, Sir Walter Scott, The Bronze Horseman, The Czar’s Spy, The Lady of the Lake, The Love-Letters of the King, The Widow’s War, William Le Queux
An English diarist and naval administrator. I served as administrator of the Royal Navy and Member of Parliament. I had no maritime experience, but I rose to be the Chief Secretary to the Admiralty under both King Charles II and King James II through patronage, diligence, and my talent for administration.