How to Read the Classics

It’s not difficult to understand why a lot of modern-day readers are not familiar with the ‘classics’ of English literature.

Their narratives tend to be slow, overly methodical and really quite dull. 685 more words


Batman: The Animated Series - "Mad As A Hatter"

Episode Number:  27

Original Air Date:  October 12, 1992

Directed by:  Frank Paur

Written by:  Paul Dini

First Appearance(s):  The Mad Hatter

Our fourth Paul Dini episode contains yet another lesser foe from Batman’s rogues gallery for him to enrich. 1,471 more words


Fictional Bucket List Tag Part I

Good morning my loves!

Today I’m going to be doing the Fictional Bucket List tag created. What is that you might ask? Well, basically it is your fictional bucket list is a list of things you’d love to do, places you’d like to go and people you’d love to meet within the fictional worlds of books – so it could be having dinner with your favourite characters, or going on holiday to Mordor. 49 more words


Friday Reads

Friday reads. Last #fridayreads I finished the second installment to Ian Irvine’s The View from the Mirror series ‘The Tower on the Rift’. I will be reading books three and four, …

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March Minimalist Challenge, Day 21 (A Day Late)

Feeling a bit like the white rabbit in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, I’m trying to make up for lost time today. My recent trip to Illinois, a head cold, and a bit of back pain have me all out of sorts and behind in my endeavors. 55 more words


A Divided Nation

In the literature written during the nineteenth century, in Victorian England, there is a common theme of unequal social class relationships. The authors of such literature, use this theme as a comment on the actual situation in their own society. 271 more words

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

The Garden of Live Flowers

‘O Tiger-lily,’ said Alice, addressing herself to one that was waving gracefully about in the wind, ‘I wish you could talk!’

‘We can talk,’ said the Tiger-lily: ‘when there’s anybody worth talking to.’ 880 more words