The Unmapped Sea by Maryrose Wood | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? I really love¬†The Incorrigible Children Of Ashton Place series. It’s so much fun and one of those series that makes me love middle grade. Part of the reason I am so into this series is that I’ve listened to the vast majority of with the exception of one […]

The Interrupted Tale by Maryrose Wood | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To This Book? I am really invested in the†Incorrigible Children Of Ashton Place series by Maryrose Wood. I’ve physically read two books in this series, listened to one book and thus, decided that because I don’t really have the time to physically read†The Interrupted Tale, fourth in the series, I might […]

Agatha Swanburne’s Pearls Of Wisdom: On Patience

Hey friends, I’d like to welcome Maryrose Wood to Good Books & Good Wine today. She is the author of one of my favorite Middle Grade series EVER, The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, and, well as you can see from her guest post below, is a very wise woman. ‚ÄúSometimes there‚Äôs nothing more to […]

The Unseen Guest Maryrose Wood Book Review

If there was ever doubt in my love of the Incorrigibles, it was erased by the third edition to the series, The Unseen Guest. Miss Penelope Lumley and her three charges Cassiopeia, Beowulf, and Alexander are back. And friends? This adventure by Maryrose Wood¬†is a keeper. So, the Ashton household is abuzz for several reasons. […]

The Incorrigible Children Of Ashton Place: The Mysterious Howling Maryrose Wood Audiobook Review

Holy moly. Can I give an adoption certificate to fiction characters? Cuz I want to take the Incorrigibles – the three orphans raised by wolves ¬†from the pages of The Incorrigible Children Of Ashton Place: The Mysterious Howling by Maryrose Wood¬†and keep them in my home. You guys, I actually read the second book of […]

The Perfect Method For Raising Children: Let Wolves Raise Them

Book Review- the three Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place in Maryrose Wood’s book The Hidden Gallery. Alexander, Beowulf, and Cassiopeia were raised by wolves and mostly turned out all right. It’s up to their levelheaded governess, Penelope Lumley aka Lumawoo to civilize the children while unraveling a few secrets in London.