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Image of the Week: The Hollow Hills (Book Cover)

This week’s “Image of the Week” entails a mixture of sorts: between a “Cover Crush” and look back in time, as well as my own experience of how an image can lead to something that touches one much more deeply. 1,082 more words

Before The Second Sleep

Month of Mary Stewart: The Crystal Cave

September 17, 1916

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mary Stewart, beloved author of such blockbusters as Madam, Will You Talk? and… 1,261 more words

Before The Second Sleep

Writing Prompt #9 On Innocence

Obit for Your Favorite Character Write an obituary for your favorite fictional character (literary, television, etc.), including  how the death occurred.

This is hard because my favorite fictional character is one of my own. 512 more words

Best King Arthur Adaptations

It’s pretty amazing that the King Arthur legends have been around for about fifteen centuries- entertaining global audiences for nine- and still hold up today. Storytellers have drawn out many narratives from Arthurian legends, using various character point of views and a variety of mediums. 502 more words

Television

Review #2: The Sword of the Rightful King by Jane Yolen

Hi guys! Sorry for my absence. I’ve been super busy trying to get my stuff together for school. I know I missed TBR Tuesday this week, but I figured I’d just post one next week instead of posting it on a Wednesday. 629 more words

Le Fay (series)

I hate writing negative reviews. I don’t ever want to turn someone off reading a book or series – just because something didn’t work for me, doesn’t mean it won’t work for someone else. 807 more words

YA

No. 7: Damsel in Distress?

The Literary Stick No. 7: Damsel in Distress?

So two things are happening in today’s comic. One: I’m telling you about the character archetype of the damsel in distress. 326 more words

Archetypes (all)