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Would You Prefer White?

Tied for my favorite movie of all time,  Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life.

Beware the Salmon Mousse.

British Humor

Michaeline: The Pursuit of Love (Book Review)

I just finished Nancy Mitford’s 1945 novel, The Pursuit of Love. Mitford writes in that light, British upper-class, devil-may-care manner that I adore in P.G. 619 more words

Michaeline Duskova

Lost in a Good Book

Lost in a Good Book, Jasper Fforde

Lost in a Good Book is one of those books that would be bad if it weren’t so good.  495 more words

Book Reviews

Me Before You

I was visiting my Sister and she had just finished Me Before You. Fictional romances aren’t typically my type of read, but she was so enthusiastic about it, I figured why not. 263 more words

Fiction

Save This One

Here is a post with a memorable line that I need to tuck away for future use. Someday, I will retreive and deliver it with perfect timing and eloquence. 25 more words

Decisions

A Long Way Down Book Review

Having gone through both the movie and book, I must confess the book was much of a letdown. The film did a way better job in conveying the moral message of the plot; and everything for that matter. 353 more words

Book Reviews

Martin Amis' The Information is a bit too much information

Like Pynchon, I really want to be a Martin Amis fan. He’s certainly got that British wit that I love. Also, he populates his novels with unlikable blowhards, which I’ve always enjoyed for some reason. 465 more words