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The Importance of being Earnest [Play Review]

Rating: 5/5

Year: 1895

It has been only in recent times I have started exploring various genres and just not crime fiction. I have also developed a growing interest in consuming Classics. 606 more words

Book Reviews

June bookhaul

I didn’t really buy that many books in the month of June, except for the books that came with June’s Nocturnal Reader’s Box. So when my money came in yesterday, I thought: “why not treat myself for the fact that I got enough study points?!” Exactly, why not. 487 more words


The Madwoman Upstairs, a review

If you’re a fan of the Bronte sisters, you need to read this book.

But really. More than anything I want to go and read all of the Bronte works, something I have truthfully not done, in order to study them as much as Catherine Lowell, the author of this book, clearly had to. 486 more words


Box Review: Coffee and a Classic - June 2017

Hello, everyone!

I am so excited to show you a new box that I am absolutely IN LOVE with!  It is called Coffee and a Classic and it is a book box that curates items each month that go with different classic books.   606 more words

Peachy Keen Book Reviews

New FREE Full-Cast Production from The Online Stage on Internet Archive

Lee Ann was pleased to take part in another full-cast production by The Online Stage.  The Riding to Lithend by Gordon Bottomley is a one act play that takes place in Iceland in the 10th century A.D.  192 more words

The Story of the Treasure Seekers

“This is the story of the different ways we looked for treasure, and I think when you have read it you will see that we were not lazy about looking.”  So begins The Story of the Treasure Seekers, a book about six siblings who look for treasure so as to help their family from moving.   228 more words