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Can you believe it???

Can you believe it?
There we were sound asleep when at 5am the most almighty racket woke us both up. First thought; there’s a fox after the hens….peered out of the big window, no, no fox to be seen. 253 more words

Siamese Cats

How Many Kinds of Sweet Flowers Grow?: Springtime Floral Photos

Spring is my favorite season. It is when the frost melts, the grass turns green, and flowers burst into bloom. The beautiful colors and shapes of flowers make them excellent photo subjects, so each spring I try to get outside and take some good snapshots of the prettiest blooms I can find. 165 more words


To People Who Write in Books

Note: I found this slipped under my door one morning. But since there is a bookcase near the door, I’m afraid that it didn’t slip under the door, and was slipped off the shelf instead by a badly treated copy of… 650 more words

C. S. Lewis

Tolkien's Lord of the Rings: Gollum Dies

This is the 13th in a long series about J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, and the final post on Gollum. You can find previous installments of the series on my Tolkien page at… 1,206 more words


The Fellowship of the Ring/J.R.R. Tolkien

To the left stood a great mound, covered with a sward of grass as green as Springtime in the Elder days. Upon it, as a double crown, grew two circles of trees: the outer had bark of snowy white, and were leafless but beautiful in their shapely nakedness; the inner were mallorn-trees of great height, still arrayed in pale gold. 1,388 more words

Life Around Books

Top 10 Villains Who Fell to their Deaths

Films and literature are full of those wicked characters who act against the protagonist and other good-natured people. Most stories need at least one character with evil deeds and intentions behind their name to make the story worthwhile. 1,524 more words

Movies & TV

The Key to a Great Story - 'Overcoming a Threat' Plot

One of the easiest plots to understand is where the protagonist has to overcome a threat posed by the antagonist. Stories like the Harry Potter books, Star Wars: A New Hope and the James Bond films all revolve around this premise. 444 more words

The Great Story