Letters and Tearooms
Ten Illuminating Letters From Authors to Authors
Tea rooms and Feminism
A Mighty Girl--Book and film suggestions for girls of all ages:
Twelve Amazing Canadian Women--including Lucy Maud Montgomery, Margaret Atwood, and Buffy St. Marie.
Six Mighty Women Who Deserve a Film of Her Own: Iday B. Wells, Eleanor Roosevelt, Maria Tallchief, Rachel Carson, Nancy Wake, and Wanagri Maathaie.
Beyond Harry Potter: 35 Fantsy Adventure Series Starring Mighty Girls
And on and on with so many girls and women, real and fictional.
The Right Books at the Right Time
Why Picture Books Are So Important
books vs tv
For those of us who love mysteries and psychological thrillers, this article is about gaslighting in psychology. There are actually a surprising number of articles about gaslighting, a fact that makes me a little uneasy.
Gaslighting is one of the creepiest and most sinister forms of manipulation, and I can think of several novels that have made great use of the technique. The first ones that came to mind:
The Breakdown by B.A. Harris
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
The Girl Before by J.P. Delaney
What are some of the novels you can think of that have included gaslighting?
Every once in a while I go through links I've saved. It is interesting to go through them again.