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Let's Get Literal: Frankenstein

List Item: Read 100 of the greatest works of fiction
Progress: 16/100Title: Frankenstein
Director: Mary Shelley
Year: 1818
Country: UK

Okay, so originally I was originally going to be reading was… 489 more words

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Consumption by Michael Patrick Hicks ✭✭✭✭

This short story is most wonderfully macabre! Oh yes, I loved where Hicks took me on this short dark journey.

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Reclusive chef Heinrich Schauer has invited six guests to a blind twelve-course tasting menu. 341 more words

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Weekly Recap - Bring the Dark Circles Out

I used to love having a calendar stocked up with events because I can get extremely restless. These days, I want nothing more than a day off to tangle my blanket around my body and get absorbed into a great novel (this week’s reads are down below!). 215 more words

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Men stand beside a volcano’s crater eighteen months after...

Men stand beside a volcano’s crater eighteen months after an eruption on Tristan da Cunha Island, 1964.Photograph by James P. Blair, National Geographic Creative

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Let's Get Literal: The Great Gatsby

List Item: Read 100 of the greatest works of fiction
Progress: 15/100Title: The Great Gatsby
Director: F. Scott Fitzgerald
Year: 1925
Country: USA

It took me about 2 and a half months to wade my through Dante’s… 416 more words

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Another great read: Let's All Be Brave by Annie F Downs

“I believe in the me God made and in the me God can make.”

Annie beautifully weaves together a collection of little stories from her life and the lives of others along with stories from the Bible in Let’s All Be Brave to encourage and embolden us readers to do the same: be brave. 202 more words

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Recommended Read: Cycles of Brass by Attaya Projects

Two formerly discarded brass instruments are suspended in separate transparent water tanks and exposed to opposite transformative chemical reactions; one progressively decaying, and the other being progressively restored throughout a period of three months. 29 more words

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