• Blog Tour,  Book Reviews,  Uncategorized

    Bronte’s Mistress

    One of the most heartbreakingly honest books I have ever read depicting the life of a Victorian woman. I must admit that I had my reservations about reading Bronte’s Mistress because I had heard from my friends that it doesn’t end in neatly wrapped up happily ever after -which is true. While it is an emotionally difficult book to read, it is so beautifully written that I could not put it down. Anyone interest in Victorian-era life needs to grab this book. It gives such a unique perspective into the suffocating life that so many Victorian women were forced to lead. Yorkshire, 1843: Lydia Robinson—mistress of Thorp Green Hall—has lost…

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    The Memory House

    Welcome! Today I am excited to share with you an excerpt from Jenetta James new release, The Memory House. This is a book that I have been much looking forward to! The Memory House Chapter 3, Pages 35-36 Kitty swept into her father’s library and peered around. It was an enormous room, standing upon almost half of the ground floor of the house, yet it always felt crowded with objects. Unlike the fashionable libraries of many gentlemen, it was not arranged to showcase the owner’s education and scholastic achievements. There were books aplenty, but they were not there to impress others―nor would Sir Roland have invited outsiders to peruse them.…

  • Author Interviews

    Regency Pen Pals

    In her book Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert says, “I believe that inspiration will always try its best to work with you– but if you are not ready or available, it make indeed choose to leave you…” The other morning while out for a walk the day was magical. As we lazily made our way down the path, the birds were singing, the crickets were chirping, then suddenly -I had a Big Magic moment. What if authors that I enjoy were to write letters for their fans to get to know them -but Regency style? I don’t know about you, but I was (and still am) pretty excited about this idea.…

  • Shop Around The Corner

    The Shop Around The Corner With The Beauty Library

    One of the reasons I chose the name Probably at the Library is that, to me, it gives a feeling of wanting to learn. A library is a place of empowering yourself with limitless knowledge. Since my early thirties, I have been interested in learning more about clean beauty. When my mom was diagnosed with cancer, I became hyper-aware of what ingredients were going in and on my body. It was while I was making a change to clean beauty that I realized you don’t need to sacrifice results with more natural ingredients. In fact, my skin is happier than it has ever been. One day on Instagram, I stumbled…

  • Blog Tour,  Book Reviews

    A Lady’s Guide To Mischief And Murder

    It’s no surprise that I’m pretty dedicated to reading historical romance, but I was feeling like I needed to shake things up a bit this summer. What better way to do that than with… a murder! Growing up my mom was a dedicated Murder She Wrote and Masterpiece Mystery fan. I remember laying in bed with the lights out, only able to faintly hear the tv in the living room. The swaying shadows on my bedroom wall from the trees outside, moaning sound effects from the show faintly making their way down the hall, and my very vivid nine-year-old imagination always got the best of me. (Seriously, those howling wind…

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