In 2016, I read The Six: The Lives of the Mitford Sisters by Laura Thompson. Six sisters whose lives continue to fascinate the public. An interesting recent article about Nancy and Diana: Nobody Betrays You Like Your Sister provides more provocative details.
I've been reading Dreyer's English in between reading my fictional escapes, and I'm finding it both informative and entertaining. :)
from description: "As Random House’s copy chief, Dreyer has upheld the standards of the legendary publisher for more than two decades. He is beloved by authors and editors alike—not to mention his followers on social media—for deconstructing the English language with playful erudition."
I love that he upholds the Oxford (or series) comma!
April is National Letter Writing Month and the Write_On campaign, and I've been making a supply of envelopes and postcards to send. Yes, the crafty part of me loves making envelopes and postcards and decorating them. I also love writing letters, and of course, receiving them!
Letters of Note by Sean Usher has wonderful letters from famous and ordinary people that cover the range of human emotions.
These book covers are so gorgeous! Follow the link for more examples.