I’ve been so incredibly lucky and blessed to be chosen as a rep for Once Upon A Bookcase for the next three months! And I just received and unboxed my rep package. 370 more words
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Charles Dickens and Victor Hugo are two of the most well-known authors. They have written some of my favorite classic books. But I cannot help, but see many parallels between their works, which might explain why I Love both of these authors. 426 more words
This month’s Round Robin topic has been set by author Skye Taylor. Here’s Skye’s question:
Has so much emphasis been placed by readers, publishers, reviewers, etc, on authors having a spectacular opening page/chapter, that the rest of the story gets left behind? 1,008 more words
Analysis of Chapter 4 Telescopic Philanthropy
Now, they are stop by Mrs. Jellyby’s place.
“Jellyby”–it sounds like “Jelly Bean”. I am not sure if it is a pun but it turns the serious lady into a funny and ridiculous character. 400 more words
Don’t go to court:
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“Aye!” said the old man, coming slowly out of his abstraction. “Yes! Tom Jarndyce you’ll excuse me, being related; but he was never known about court by any other name, and was as well known there as she is now,” nodding slightly at his lodger.