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A Series Of Unfortunate Events but it's all good anyway...

Good news first….just before giving up and going to practice Ashtanga yoga I found my pen nibs!!! And then in another place I found my pen. 469 more words

My Bohemian Life

Review: The Austere Academy

This is the fifth installment in A Series of Unfortunate Events, and I think each book has gotten progressively worse. However, I really want to find out what happens to these orphans, and the mystery of the fire, so that’s why I keep reading. 206 more words


This is where the world starts

Moved in to a new home today. Mei helped me personalize things a bit.

(Words lifted from Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events; VFD’s alleged motto.)



a conversation with daniel handler


Daniel Handler, who was born on the same day that bikes were first permitted on the Golden Gate bridge, is the author of four novels under his own name (including one described by his publisher as an “incest opera”), as well as 23 under a fake name (including three that were turned into one movie, starring a little-known actress named Meryl Streep). 1,542 more words

Zooming Out

A Series Of Unfortunate Events

Lemony Snicket might have known something the rest of us try to forget. No matter where you are, no matter how good and responsible you believe yourself to be – unfortunate and terrible things may still happen to you. 826 more words

A Series Of Unfortunate Events

Top Ten Books From My Childhood That I Would Love to Revisit

Unfortunately as a child I wasn’t much of a reader. It wasn’t until I picked up the Harry Potter series in fourth grade that I started reading, and at that time all I would read was Harry Potter. 106 more words

Harry Potter

The Great Juvenile Gothic: A Series of Unfortunate Events and its Relation to Children’s Gothic Fiction

The tridecalogy A Series of Unfortunate Events is one of the most gothic children’s’ book series in print and was a part of the growth of the genre of gothic literature for children. 2,418 more words