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Summer Reading List 2018

Happy First Day of Summer!

Time to put together my summer reading list…officially anyway. Here’s what I’ll be reading this summer:

In hard copy:

The Lord Is My Helper; What Can Man Do To Me?

Today is Wednesday, June 20, 2018. Day 22,014.

Fourteen days until July 4. Which falls on Wednesday, so we’ll get one day off in the middle of the week. 838 more words

Devotions

Best Western Saranac Lake

I quickly discovered when looking for hotels on this trip was that Country Inn & Suites, my hotel of choice, didn’t have locations in the Northeast…so I turned to Google to help find a hotel and discovered a Best Western in the area I was heading towards. 223 more words

Travels

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

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(4/10) This 1920 version of R.L. Stevenson’s novella is not the famous John Barrymore version. This is the much ridiculed Sheldon Lewis version, which is in fact not as terrible as its reputation would suggest. 3,369 more words

Silent Film

The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Almost everyone knows the story of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. I myself, though, had never read it, and listening to Richard Armitage perform it as an audiobook was a good first experience. 988 more words

Richard Armitage

Kidnapped; Chapters 13/14

Chapter 13

Well… That isn’t good. Shipwrecks are never good. But when your shipwrecked in enemy country then it’s really not good.

Chapter 14

I don’t know how long I would’ve been able to stand being alone on an island.

Until Next Time,

Froggy Crochet 🙂

Book Club

Terror Tuesdays Film Series at CALS: DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE

The Central Arkansas Library System’s (CALS) Ron Robinson Theater continues the $2 horror movies tonight with Adolph Zukor’s 1920 DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE as part of the Terror Tuesday Summer Series. 86 more words

History