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One Bad Thing About 'The Da Vinci Code'

In 2003, Dan Brown wrote one of the most popular works of fiction ever written, The Da Vinci Code, which sold over 80 million copies over the next six years, and was translated into 44 languages. 929 more words


Review: The Lost Symbol

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

It would be a cliché to give Dan Brown a bad review. Like me proving my good-taste blog-writer credentials. 2,173 more words


July Favourites.

Hi, hello!

First of all, I’m sorry I haven’t written in a while. It just always seemed to slip my mind and then I had other things on and whatnot, but I’m here now and I’m going to be sharing with you my favourite things for this month. 1,099 more words

FIVE FRIDAY FAVORITES| Secondary Characters

I follow a beauty guru on Youtube with a weekly series called Friday Favorites and a Possible Poo (whoo!).  In fact, I just finished watching her video for this week.   690 more words


Get DJ Lessons From Skrillex!

Okay maybe you can’t, but Ron Howard did. That’s right, the same man who directed films like The Da Vinci Code and Apollo 13, has now made a documentary called… 134 more words


Symbolism in Writing

As a follow up to last week’s blog on the moon, I wanted to write a bit today about symbols overall in writing. I know they aren’t always easily noticeable but I happen to love symbols and other meanings in the books I read and write, mostly because I feel like they add some sort of depth to our stories. 287 more words

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Week 24: The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown (All Time Favorite #2)

Before I begin reviewing anything, I feel that I should start by talking a little bit about Dan Brown for those of you who have not read anything by him or heard of his books. 726 more words