Elle Filz

Review: The Thin Pink Line by Lauren Baratz-Logsted (2003 – Kindle Edition 2011)

~ By Elle Filz Junior editor Jane Taylor has a problem. Well, that’s not entirely true, she has a lot of problems. Jane, like many women of a certain age, is baby-obsessed. She wants a little bundle of joy to carry around and solidify her relationship with her live-in boyfriend, Trevor. So, convinced is she …

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Review: The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott by Kelly O’Connor McNees

~ By Elle Filz The year: 1855. The place: Walpole, New Hampshire. The woman: Louisa May Alcott, the author of the classic, Little Women. When Louisa’s father, Bronson, experiences yet another epic business failure, the family is compelled to accept the charity of a generous relative and relocates to Walpole. Almost immediately, Louisa starts plotting …

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Something Borrowed

The Book Vs. The Movie ~ By Elle Filz It’s always a tricky process bringing a much-beloved novel to the silver screen.  With the limitations of time (2 hours, unless you’re Peter Jackson), and the overwhelming need to keep the folks who haven’t read the book as engaged as those who have, screenwriters are forced …

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