Pride and Prejudice
Author Keziah Frost imagines what the cards might have in store for Holden Caufield, Elizabeth Bennet, and Hamlet, if they were to visit the Good Fortune Café for a card reading from Norbert Z… Holden Caufield Holden Caulfield stopped by the Good Fortune Café in the charming tourist town of Gibbons Corner, New York, to… Read More »
Are you and your sister(s) like the March girls, close and cooperative in times of great struggle or are you more like the put-upon Bennett sisters, trying to thwart their mother’s efforts to marry them off to the most eligible bachelor? Hopefully you and your sibs don’t have the worries that the Blackwood sisters do,… Read More »
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August 12th was National Middle Child Day, but we believe in appreciating these wonderful characters all year round! Is your favorite middle child on this list? Let us know in the comments section!