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Book Challenge: Day Fourteen

A Book Turned Movie And Completely Desecrated

Hmm…difficult…

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
. To say desecrated is to, perhaps, exaggerate. Let us just say that, as books to movie adaptions go – it was okay, it covered the bases. 348 more words

Literature

A Bit Of Entertainment While You Wait

Progress is being made on recovering my files, but I’m not quite there yet. In the meantime, here are some pieces of poetic humor from across the Web for your enjoyment: 44 more words

Poem

Creepy Stories (And Very Late Blog Posts)

We had a guest lecturer on Friday 11 July: Dr. Alexandra Valint (from USM’s English department) led a class discussion about the Victorian era and its literature, especially that of the end of the 19th century. 518 more words

London

Millennium trilogy

As you may or may not know I adore reading. I also get a huge kick out of re-reading books. You notice things, little hints of what’s to come, that you miss first time around. 201 more words

Books

Transmission 13- Focusing Through White Noise

Beyond love is silence

The quiet allows us to hear

The inner voice we often ignore,

Talking too low, drowned out

By the sounds of our mid-week worries. 164 more words

Poetry

This Window Is Broken

If you’d have told me a couple of years ago,
I would stun in disbelief and confusion
But now I’ve found a place to settle down… 405 more words

Literature

Review: Divided by Elsie Chapman

The hunter becomes the hunted. . . .
 
West Grayer is done killing. She defeated her Alternate, a twin raised by another family, and proved she’s worthy of a future. 551 more words

Literature