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When I was younger, I really, really wanted to be a princess. To have my own story, one more magical and compelling than any other that had been told. 145 more words


Becoming the Norm (Heroine Alley III) by Sarah Ghoshal

Becoming the Norm

What if life
were that Twilight
Zone episode and you
were the ugly one?

Would he have your
pity, your pious
acceptance of the… 109 more words


Dragons Everywhere! Part 1: The Dragons of Wales

At their most typical, dragons tend towards multi-limbed varieties; the most typical variation being four legs and pair of wings. Others tend towards a pair of wings with one or no pairs of legs (wyverns) or no legs or wings (worms). 1,268 more words


A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas - A Review

Published in 2015, 416pp, Bloomsbury

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 

This book. I loved this book. It’s been many years since I last finished a Young Adult series but since discovering Booktube, I’ve been persuaded to pick some up. 616 more words

Book Reviews

Top 14 Fairytale Destinations You Must Visit

My favourite part of travelling the world is stumbling upon locations that look like real-life fairy tales. It’s no secret that many were even what inspired these stories in the first place, but there’s nothing quite like seeing them out of story book pages or film for a change. 1,386 more words


Reimagining Cinderella in [Cinder]: A Review

I kept hearing great things about the Lunar Chronicles here in the blogging world. So I finally checked out Cinder from the library and devoured it. 677 more words


A sad tale's best

Elizabeth Gaskell The Old Nurse’s Story
Penguin Little Black Classics 2015 (1852 and 1860)

Nothing is commoner in Country Places, than for a whole Family in a…

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