Book Drunkard

“I am simply a 'book drunkard.' Books have the same irresistible temptation for me that liquor has for its devotee. I cannot withstand them.” L.M. Montgomery

Teaser Tuesday/Wishlist Wednesday


Virginie Says…

I’m killing two birds with one stone today since I was too busy to post my TT yesterday.

“She appeared before her bars and silently observed the Yankee private deliver supper rations to an unidentified prisoner at the end of the corridor.  Originally, Isabelle thought she and Becky lived there in solitude and her cheeks grew hot, wondering if the prisoner had heard the private things she’d told Becky.  It disturbed her.”  From the Darkness Risen by Jessica Jewett, page 266.



TEASER TUESDAYS is hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.   To add your own teaser, just do the following:
– Grab whatever book you’re reading at the moment.
– Open up your book to a random page.
– Share two (2) teaser sentences.
– Make sure you share the title of the book, the author and any other relevant information so others will know which book you’re talking about – in case they want to read the book, too!
– No spoilers, please!

Check out other teasers around the blogs.

Now, onto Wishlist Wednesday.  How come I keep forgetting to do this?  My wishlist is massive!


Lies and Lust in the Tudor Court: The Fifth Queen of Henry VIII

by Margaret Doner

Product Description
Lies and Lust in the Tudor Court tells the story of the teenager, Katheryn Howard, and her marriage to the aging, ill-tempered Henry VIII.To some she is considered a harlot and a greedy girl from an even greedier family. To others she is a victim, in love with another man and forced to marry the King. In truth she was a mercurial, strong-willed, sexually appealing woman trapped by the dangerous politics of the Tudor court and her barren womb. Her final words when she knelt at the executioner’s block were, “I die the Queen of England, but I would have rather died the wife of Thomas Culpeper.”

Not as well known as her famous cousin, Anne Boleyn, Katheryn’s story is every bit as exciting and dangerous. It is a piece of history that has the power to stimulate our imagination five hundred years later.


3 thoughts on “Teaser Tuesday/Wishlist Wednesday

  1. OOO, this tudor book sounds so interesting!

  2. I’m interested in the Katheryn Howard book, I wonder how Doner is going to portray her…whore or child?

    • Exactly one of the reasons I can’t wait to read it! It’s sort of interesting to see how different authors portray people in history.

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