...I wrote about Michaela MacColl's Always Emily:
Although there are a few problematic aspects, it has plenty to recommend it, the first of which is the premise: Charlotte and Emily Brontë have run-ins with various people—a desperate, possibly mad woman; a handsome ruffian with a big dog; an attractive-but-probably-evil mill owner (I mean, come on: He has a POINTY BEARD!)—who all, it turns out, are involved in the same mysterious drama that also involves the local Freemason lodge and their brother Branwell.
Relatedly, Kirkus has revamped their Blogs area, so now each blog has its own dedicated page. So that's very cool, and should make it easier to add them to feed readers!