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The Code of the Woosters

I’ve been a fan of the television show Jeeves and Wooster for quite some time, but I have never got around to actually reading any of the novels or short stories that the series was pulled from until now. 484 more words

Book Review

J. K. Rowling is a Bad@$$ Evil Trump-and-his-Trolls Fighting Superhero

I’ve never read any of the Harry Potter books but I am now Rowling’s newest biggest fan as I watch in awe and admiration as she completely dominates Evil Trump and his Evil Trolls right on their home turf. 22 more words


Culture Shock

In “From Gutenberg to the internet” and “Nineteenth Century America: Publishing in a Developing Country,” we were sent back in time to a period where reading was an absolute privilege. 552 more words

Day 8: Nuzo Onoh

Nuzo Onoh is a British author from Enugu in the Eastern part of Nigeria, in what was formerly known as the Republic of Biafra. Their civil war with Nigeria, which she experienced firsthand, had an enormous impact on her writing style. 191 more words

Black Women In Horror

Book Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane

Author: Neil Gaiman

Year of First Publication: 2013

Year of Publication for This Edition: 2014

Number of Pages: 178

Publisher: William Morrow

Genre: Fiction

Sub-Genres: 555 more words

British Authors

NEWS: Theologian Christopher Villiers at Barnstaple Library

Above are a few photographs of British Catholic theologian and poet Christopher Villiers during a reading and signing of his new book Petals of Vision… 26 more words


Repurpose 2: London and Rostrevor, Northern Ireland

For this challenge, show us something . . .  put to new use.

— Krista, The Daily Post

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned. 24 more words