Humans are a funny lot; we invent a totally random way of keeping track of our existence, then assign special significance to certain days, and proceed to do things like go to war over disagreements on which days are especially significant. […]
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Happy holiday travel season! In celebration of flight delays, pricey cab rides, bags that don’t fit in the overhead bin, and seatmates who insist on eating chili mid-flight, we present our picks for 6 literary seatmates that could make hitchhiking […]
Novels written in diary form feel at once intimate and true. They allow narrators to speak freely, often revealing their cruel or hilarious sides, or to investigate self-doubt in what should be private pages. And we’re all voyeurs at heart: […]
Earlier this week, we were all gobsmacked by the news that in Helen Fielding’s third Bridget Jones novel, Mad About The Boy, Fielding has killed off Mark Darcy. You were devastated: I mean, why Mark Darcy? Why couldn’t it have been Daniel […]
When an excerpt of Mad About The Boy, Helen Fielding’s third installment in the Bridget Jones series, was released on Sunday, fans were in for a shock. In it, Mark Darcy is dead, and Bridget is a 51-year-old widow with two […]