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Jane Eyre

I’ve overloaded this post but I *LOVE* this book so much. I hope it inspires other people to read it. It is truly a classic. 7 more words


Love Triangles (my very nerdy thoughts)

You either love them or hate them, but love triangles, especially in YA, have become a common occurrence. For those who don’t know a love triangle is when one person has fallen in love with two people and must choose between them. 892 more words

Meta (Analysis)

Waiting on Wednesday: Brightly Burning

One of my favorite classics of all time is Jane Eyre, so you can perhaps imagine my excitement when I found out a Jane Eyre retelling SET IN SPACE would be releasing! 183 more words

Book Tags

The Visual Creation of the Gothic Heroine

       ‘To a large lonely usually brooding house (always named) comes a Heroine who is young, orphaned, unloved, and lonely. She is shy and inexperienced. She is attractive, sometimes even beautiful, but she does not know it.’ (Joanna Russ, ‘Somebody’s trying to kill me and I think it’s my husband’) 866 more words

Crimson Peak

Top Ten Tuesday: Named Novels

Happy Tuesday!! Today’s Top Ten Tuesday theme (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is Frequently Used Words in (Genre) Titles. If you’ve followed this blog for any length of time then you’ve probably noticed that I  69 more words

Top Ten Tuesday


Just a reminder that you should have completed all four literary study plans AND have revised them, as you will be answering one of them under FULL EXAM CONDITIONS (I’m writing in capital letters, so you know this is serious). 23 more words


Knickerd Road, Freedom Lane, Bower Avenue

Today’s estate sale adventures took me to three houses, all of which snagged my attention in some sort of way. It can’t be said enough that estate sales bring a sort of aura to the air. 1,999 more words