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Out of the Bell Jar and into the Mason Jar: Considering a Literary Classic and my Teenage Years

“That’s the most depressing book.”

A tall, swim-suit sporting man shouted at me as he sauntered over to the pool’s towel stand. He clearly cross-fitted. #ThoseAbs. 1,072 more words


One Minute Book Reviews: Texts from Jane Eyre

This was a cute, mostly entertaining read. But I always expect more from these classic novels gone social media books and they never deliver.

Although if you want to get to the essence of a great classic book without actually reading it this is the way to go! 13 more words


Happy Birthday Charlotte Perkins Gilman

I’ll be honest; I prefer novels to short stories. I typically find short stories to either be too obscure or too obvious. There is one exception: I adore “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. 420 more words


Review: The Tin Drum by Günter Grass

I read The Tin Drum twice; I admit, that both times I read this novel, I forced myself to read it.  The first time I only made it to page 100, then stopped. 526 more words

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100 Followers and Book Review: A Journey into the Interior of the Earth by Jules Verne

I woke up to this notification today!! Thank you all so much! It means so much to me!

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A Journey into the Interior of the Earth by Jules Verne… 181 more words


Classic Lit Bucket-List... #2

Fahrenheit 451

I cannot write a book review on a classic and it be a honest book review. I cannot do it. I have not read enough classics to be able to have a reasonable expectation on what they can do for me. 403 more words

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Wishful Wednesday #66

Hello, Wednesday! Hello, you!

I remember that it’s been a while that I take a note on this book. It was Josie who introduced me to it, not exactly her -because she’s just a fictional character that lead the story in… 368 more words