Thursday Reading Links (on a Saturday) #31

close up of a woman s hand holding dried leaves

Halloween is over, it’s November. This means the most wonderful time of the year is right around the corner.

If you’re in the USA, don’t forget to change the clocks this weekend.

Fall Favorites.

Sylvia Plath was a Google doodle earlier this week. The Independent wrote an article about her, for those who aren’t too familiar with her work.

I published two book reviews this week, here and here.

Why don’t I have any famous paintings sitting around my house? A Random Painting in a Woman’s House Sold for $26.8 Million.

How true could this worry really be? We’ll probably never know. Prince Charles Staff Nervous About The Crown’s New Season.

To-do lists are a curse of your own making.

I like these bow and pearl drop earrings, but the price tag of $100.00 is silly.

person wearing black leather boots

Oooh, I like this idea. This Fall, Pair Your Candles For Maximum Coziness.

Little Red Dresses.

Zac Possen no more. I feel bad for the employees. They are out of a job overnight and it’s not fair to them. I don’t think CEOs and other corporate leaders really think of the employees when the going gets tough.

Quiz: What Holiday Romance Should You Read? My answer was The Matchmaker’s Mistletoe Mission by Jaci Burton.

The 2019 New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children’s Books.

Some of The Deadliest Samurai Were Women, But History Forgot. History seems to always forget about the women.

xoxo, Jane

Images via Pexels.com