Tagged with Julie Hearn

The Minister’s Daughter

The Minister’s Daughter

The Minister’s Daughter by Julie Hearn was a moving and delightful read. It was a book I had been searching for, ever since I read Hearn’s Ivy and looked up other titles by the author. I’d gleamed from the description that it was about witches, 17th century England, and fairies, featuring lead female characters; I … Continue reading

The Local Library

The Local Library

Ever since I can remember I’ve loved going to the library. From childhood, my sister and I would meticulously pour over the rows, examining each spine for a spark of recognition. Sometimes we would go with a list, and dart in and around the book cases searching for a much sought after edition. Growing up, … Continue reading