Category: CBAM2017

December’s Classic: Wuthering Heights #CBAM2017

As we wrap-up November and our latest classic, Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, it’s time to start planning for December! This time, I chose a popular classic that I have read just once before, many years ago, but that was due for a re-read… Continue Reading “December’s Classic: Wuthering Heights #CBAM2017”

November’s Classic: The Brothers Karamazov

As we wrap-up October and our latest classic, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, it’s time to start planning for November! This time, I chose a new-to-me book that has been on my TBR pile (and my Classics Club list) for years . . .… Continue Reading “November’s Classic: The Brothers Karamazov”

October’s Classic: Angels in America #CBAM2017

Welcome to October! Last month, we read Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather, which I found to be quite beautiful (no surprise – I’m a big Cather fan!). A new month is here, which means a new book! This time, I chose one… Continue Reading “October’s Classic: Angels in America #CBAM2017”

September’s Classic: Death Comes for the Archbishop #CBAM2017

August is dust and September is here! Autumn is on the way! And this month, we’ll be reading Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather! I’m a huge fan of Cather, but I haven’t read this one, yet, so I’m really excited. Don’t… Continue Reading “September’s Classic: Death Comes for the Archbishop #CBAM2017”

August Classic: Northanger Abbey #CBAM2017

As July comes to an end, it’s time to look toward August and our next read! This month, we’ll be reading Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen! I’ve chosen this one to coincide with my annual Austen in August event, which also begins on August 1st. … Continue Reading “August Classic: Northanger Abbey #CBAM2017”

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