Sunday, November 19, 2017

Thank you and Farewell

This will be my last and final blog post. Due to my work schedule and private life,
I sadly must bring this blog to a close.

It is not a decision I've made lightly, but it is necessary for the time being.

I will still write my book reviews on Goodreads and Amazon.

An incredible thank you to every single person for your years of loyalty
and steadfastness. I've had the very best time imaginable.
I've met the most gracious and wonderful friends as a result of starting this site
many years ago.

I will keep the website up just no more posts.

Kimberly Eve


Essie Fox said...

Thank you for a wonderful blog. A testament to your artistic and literary passion. So glad it will stay live for new readers and students to find in the future. Essie

Hels said...

This is a shame. As I become an increasingly older historian, I am liking Victorian (and Edwardian) history much more. Good luck... perhaps return to blogging later.

Jeanne_Treat said...

Thank you for an interesting blog. All the best. Jeanne

Daniela said...

I'm sincerely sorry to have to take my leave of you !
Since I know and follow you, you've been a great source of inspiration to me, so passionate with the Victorian age, passion which you made grow even more, and I'm so grateful to you for this !

•♥✿ڿڰۣ✿♥• Wishing you all my best •♥✿ڿڰۣ✿♥•

XOXO Daniela at ~ My little old world ~ (Dany)

WoofWoof said...

Dear Kimberly Eve, thank you so much for your wonderful blog. I have so many memories of fascinating posts that I have read here, especially to do with Tennyson - so much information that I have not seen elsewhere. Your pieces on the death of Tennyson and also several you wrote after visiting Somersby and Farringford are especially memorable. I also have appreciated your reviews of forthcoming exhibitions - often ones in the UK which would not yourself be able to see. Finally your book reviews have often led to my reading something recommended by yourself. I think we do all appreciate the huge amount of time and effort that must go into the blog and your decision to stop. Thank you again and all best wishes to you personally.

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