Show Notes

Lisa and Laura Szaro Kopinski discuss Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte. It is the only book she wrote. 

 The early reviews were mixed, and it wasn’t as popular, but writer Virginia Woolf loved the book. Now, BBC and others have placed it on their top 100 lists. This article discusses how Emily Bronte is compared to her sister Charlotte Bronte and Jane Austen, but Emily Bronte’s book is different because of its dark themes and violent men. 

 Laura hosts A Bookish Home, a popular bookish podcast where she talks to authors about their writing process and the books they write. You can find Laura on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook 

Books Discussed in this Episode:

The Candid Life of Meena Dave by Namrata Patel 

 Tera Nova by Henriette Lazaridis

The Best of Friends by Lucina Berry

Tranquility by Tuesday by Laura VanderKam

 Declassified: A Low-Key Guide to the High-Strung World of Classical Music by Arianna Warsaw-Fan Rauch

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