Since the start of the new series of Sewing Bee, we can't get enough of sewing our own wardrobes! First stop for summer is always dresses, with sunshine on it's way, and what's better than dresses you've sewn yourself?
This is a short story rather than a "book" book, but its quality is out of proportion to its size. Even better, it's old enough that it's in the public domain so you can read it for free a number of places or even listen to it on Librivox.
From Sir Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene to E. M. Forster's "The Machine Stops," literature is filled with sexy, deadly, and downright twisted tales. In this collection, award-winning and bestselling authors reimagine their favorite classic stories, the ones that have inspired, awed, and enraged them, the ones that have become ingrained in modern culture, and the ones that have been too long overlooked. They take these stories and boil them down to their bones, and . . . 5 stars