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Last night I dreamt I went to see Rebecca again...

I must be brainless if the story of Rebecca is a timeless classic. Here is my confession: I have not read or watched Rebecca. I ask Daphne du Maurier and Alfred Hitchcock for forgiveness, but the beauty of the unknown can be a such wonderful blessing. 743 more words

“But luxury has never appealed to me, I like simple things, books, being alone or with someone who understands.”

Daphne Du Maurier


Apples & Pears

Last night I dreamt of Manderley……..oops, getting carried away and a tad confused, no Daphne du Maurier am I.  But I really did sleep last night and dream! 415 more words

On the bookshelf: July and August

It’s been seriously long, and I do apologise. I will get back into this series from next month!  940 more words


THEATRE REVIEW: The Birds, Leicester Square Theatre

running until 9 October

Daphne du Maurier’s short story The Birds will be known to most people through its loose 1963 film adaptation, a classic in the Hitchcock oeuvre. 451 more words


A Few Of My Most Treasured Books: A Glance At My Bookshelf

I, for as long as I can remember, have been a big fan of books. My first memory is walking through a book fair at my pre school with my mum. 730 more words


The Readers Roadtrip Days 4 & 5; Booktopia Petoskey

There have been a couple of days of radio silence, this is because I have had the utter joy of attending Booktopiaover the past two and a bit days in Petoskey. 429 more words

Daphne Du Maurier