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10 reasons to think that Bridget Jones is not that different from us!

Hello girls!

I know it sounds cliché but most of us love romantic comedies. Today I wanted to laugh and tell myself that everything is possible. 707 more words


Reliving Great Endings

I always tell my students not to conclude their stories with “The End.”  If they have written their story well, we should be able to figure out that it is the end without them telling us.   484 more words

Just as you are

“I like you, very much. Just as you are.” –Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001, Movie)

Bridget Jones’s Diary is one of the few movies that I like better than the book.

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The "Guilty Pleasure" Reads Flavorwire Staffers Genuinely Liked

In our culture, the dog days of summer mean “beach reads” or “guilty pleasure” books. I don’t really believe that we should feel guilty about reading silly or escapist novels, but I do think it’s fascinating when a book we read for pure enjoyment or a quick plot fix ends up seducing us with its delights. 1,225 more words


Review - 'Bridget Jones's Diary' Helen Fielding

So naturally I am a HUGE fan of the movie – I dare anyone to say they’re not. But thought it was about time I sat down and read the book and although there were parts, I think mostly in reference to the characters and the personalities that were matched perfectly in the movie, I was actually quite surprised at how different the story line turned out to be. 174 more words


Week In review. June 28th - July 4th

This post is coming rather late in the day but admittedly I have a pretty good excuse; I was finishing a book.

Considering not a terrible lot happened this week I wont bother to break this up by day. 544 more words

Madame Bovary

WWW- June 30th

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?

What are you currently reading?

I’m currently, technically, reading three different books. 522 more words

Madame Bovary