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Quote of the Day - October 25, 2016

“I started from my sleep with horror; a cold dew covered my forehead, my teeth chattered, and every limb became convulsed: when, by the dim and yellow light of the moon, as it forced its way through the window shutters, I beheld the wretch — the miserable monster whom I had created. 24 more words


BBFBR Book Club #3 - Frankenstein

I’m late! I know and I am sorry. I didn’t get a SIM card until Friday and I had bookish plans all weekend but I am back now :D… 840 more words

My Style


Inspired by HP over at Every Day Should Be Tuesday, who has been talking Frankenstein in honor of the season, I decided to give the book a go. 954 more words


New Podcast: The Gothic Theology of Frankenstein

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein presents a monstrous creature that has terrified generations of readers as the embodiment of evil. But just how monstrous is the creature really? 372 more words


The Making of a Monster: My Bride of Frankenstein Painting

Last year marked the 80th anniversary of Universal Pictures’ Frankenstein sequel, “The Bride of Frankenstein”.

The film stars Elsa Lanchester as Mary Shelley in the opening sequence, and as the Monster’s mate — the Bride — at the end. 2,678 more words

From My Perspective

Monster of the Week: Frankenstein

Two hundred years ago, on the shores of Lake Geneva during a dark and dismal summer, the eighteen-year-old Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin created one of the most enduring monsters of contemporary history. 1,458 more words


I absolutely love this Frankenstein image by my buddy Nat Jones! In fact, I’m certain Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley herself would approve. I think Nat masterfully captured the essence of Victor Frankenstein’s creature! 117 more words