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Wasted Words (Staci Hart)

Some universal truths refuse to be ignored.

Peanut butter and jelly are a match made in heaven. Spaghetti and meatballs are best friends forever. And guys like Tyler Knight don’t go for girls like Cam Emerson.

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Books

43. Read a 'classic'

How hard can it be? For a double literature graduate, a self-confessed poetry lover, one-time avid reader and ex-English teacher to read one novel by a classic author?  717 more words

Modern is Not Always Better

Pride and Prejudice has been retold for modern audiences time and again. Modern writers have found a myriad of ways of retelling this classic story from movies, such as Bridget Jones’s Diary, to the Pemberley Digital web series told through multiple YouTube vlogs. 453 more words

Book Review

Jane Austen Travel Guide to England 

A travel guide and must have for every Janeite exploring England.

Today I welcome Karin Quint to my blog. She wrote a travel guide regarding all things Austen. 774 more words

Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice | Review

★★★★☆ Two Bit Classics, Jermyn Street Theatre

This play is an intelligent and heartfelt adaption of the Jane Austen classic. With witty and creative uses of narration, this story tells of one of the most romantic novels of all time. 400 more words

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REVIEW: Pride & Prejudice, Jermyn Street Theatre

Two Bit Classics bring to life this beloved story in a refreshing adaptation that features a cast of two – but does it work? 

How do you bring one of literature’s most beloved novels to life with a cast of two? 373 more words

My Favourite Author!

Jane Austen

is my

favourite author

only from 2012.

~*~*~*~*~*

Stories

she tells

so well.

Post Two: Reading Month 2015

Poetry Form: Septolet: “Poem of 7 lines containing 14 words with a break between two parts. 24 more words

Poetry

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Happy Jane Austen Month!