“Classic’ – a book which people praise and don’t read.”
Spoken by Mark Twain these words could not be truer. Classics I feel are the basis for popular art, think of the constant spewing of Jane Austen retellings or adaptations of Shakespeare because these stories are timeless and have transcended centuries. I have my comfort zone of romantics, but there are so many authors and sub-genres I have not delved into yet. Yes, the Classics Club is slowly getting me there, but I thought I would take it a step further and start a blog tour focusing on a classic author. I would love to make this a monthly (or bi-monthly) community event with participants being scheduled on a particular day to review or talk about a book from the selected category and “Explore the Classics.”
Georgette Heyer is an author I’ve heard so much about but have yet to read. as a lover of romance regency novels it would seem natural that she was in my wheelhouse, surprisingly I have not. Therefore, I am throwing my hat in for a Georgette Heyer blog tour the first week of May. I sadly could not figure out how to embed a Google Form so if you are interested please comment below with the book you would like to read and prefered date.