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Sunday Breakfast? Mini Chocolate Chip Scones

I’ve never been a big scone fan.  I always thought they were a little dry, little too crumbly, not worth the calories or the effort.  Like a muffin’s ugly step-sister.   508 more words

The Kitchen

Arthurian Trilogy by Marc Woodward

Arthurian Trilogy

1) Lancelot in the Park

I know you used to come here
because you told me. Perhaps
in an unguarded confession?
Anyway, that was back then… 366 more words


Book Review: The Crystal Cave

Book Name: The Crystal Cave
Author: Mary Stewart
First Published: 1970

Lady Mary Stewart was born in Sunderland, England, the daughter of a vicar. She graduated from Durham University in 1938 with full honors in English. 828 more words


[Book Nerd Art] Launcelot and Guinevere

“He rode his way with the Queen unto Joyous Gard.”

The Boy’s King Arthur: Sir Thomas Malory’s History of King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table, Edited for Boys by Sidney Lanier (New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1922.) 14 more words

Second Looks: Stannis Baratheon

This post will be talking about Stannis Baratheon, one of the many, many characters in HBO’s Game of Thrones. Therefore, if you’re not caught up with the show there’s a chance of being exposed to spoilers. 3,321 more words


The Muse Gets the Last Laugh

For my final paper in British Lit, I’m re-writing a scene from Le Morte Darthur from Guinevere’s POV. The Muse has decided to make Arthur the bad guy, and now has plans to turn this into a paranormal new/young adult (not for the paper itself, of course). 39 more words