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Picture Books: A Lost Art

Picture books are evolving. New, popular picture books all seem to have only a few words per page, with a cartoon-style drawing. I miss the old picture books—the ones with double page illustrations and a full story that even adults can enjoy. 201 more words


7 Ways To Handle An Internet Troll

Having recently started a blog, I am now the proud owner of my very own troll. This is both a source of pain and a source of pride. 493 more words

What I'm Working on Wednesday (July 9th)

Hi! For those of you who don’t know, What I’m Working on Wednesday is just a weekly recap of what I’ve been writing. This week I’ve been ‘busy’ with such things as insane amounts of Netflixing, lazing by the pool, and also keeping up with some visa stuff that I need to spend next year in England. 571 more words

Fairy Tales

What I'm Working on Wednesday (July 2nd)

Hi! So, so far my blog has been focused almost completely on books that I’ve read, am reading, or am planning on reading. This includes book reviews, quotes, battles of the books, books to movies, and so on. 716 more words



Why hello!

I realize that I’ve been posting a little sporadically as of late, but I promise I have my reasons and they shall be revealed soon enough. 146 more words


Rump is Hilarious!

Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin – an honest book review

Rump by Liesl Shurtliff is a Texas Bluebonnet Award Nominee for 2014-2015. It’s a chapter book most kids from 3rd grade and up would enjoy. 273 more words

Book Reviews

Once Upon a Challenge- Day 23- Funniest Character

Who could the funniest character be? I enjoy all the wise cracks made about Hook and his Disney counterpart, but The Dark One can see into the future, so irony is everywhere. 108 more words

Once Upon A Time