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I like big books and I cannot lie.

A bit of a double feature considering my last post, but mostly a different topic and by and large so readers can get to know me a bit better! 513 more words

Blog

Last Night I Read The Company Of Wolves

Last night I read The Company of Wolves by Angela Carter for the very first time. I know, I know, I’m 28 years late, but last night I… 187 more words

Life

Fairy Tale Events, Free Reads and TWO Giveaways

Good morning fellow fairy tale fiends. I have some good news to share!

On December 17th, there will be a short Shady Lady Fairy Tale featured as a FREE read at Arden Aoide’s… 412 more words

Reviews And Blogs

Wednesday: Author Spotlight - An Introduction

Welcome to my new Wednesdays! Wednesdays shall now be a place for me to introduce some of my favourite authors that Id like to share with you. 578 more words

Author Spotlight

Nights at the Circus – Angela Carter

We meet Sophie Fevvers (read it with a Cockney accent), l’Ange Anglaise, ‘the most famous aerialiste of the day’ in her dressing room being interviewed by Jack Walser, American journalist. 553 more words

Review

Eager Fur

eager fur

laced with dew and shreds of red

on the bedroom floor

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This poem was written for Carpe Diem Special #119, Tomas Tranströmer’s 5th “a wild boar plays the organ”, in which Chèvrefeuille asked us to write a fairytale-like haiku in response to one by Tranströmer. 35 more words

Haiku

Feminist views of a patriarchal world

Feminism is ‘the advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of equality of the sexes’ (Google Definitions). Feminists don’t hate men as such; they simply believe that the two sexes should have equal rights and opportunities. 1,938 more words

Addiction