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Hello Bookies! We can’t believe it but we are on our fourth book, Sense and Sensibility! We decided it was time to dive into the classics, and what better way than to read one of Jane Austen’s novels! 251 more words

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Four Books To Read In April

With April around the corner, I’ve decided to list books that I have not yet read. These books span different eras and genres, but interest me for a variety of reasons. 419 more words


yodas-yo-yo:My favorite line in Sense and Sensibility (the book, not the film) occurs when Elinor is...


My favorite line in Sense and Sensibility (the book, not the film) occurs when Elinor is forced into conversation with this arrogant shithead guy at a party who does nothing but talk himself up and sound like an idiot and Austen writes:

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Tune Tuesday - Let Them Talk

In a new feature (which I may or may not continue), I want to feature some tunes I like once a week.  What better day of the week to do it than on Tuesday? 553 more words

Book Review ~ Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen

Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen is the March selection for Catch Up On Classics readalong. I plan to watch the TV mini series, and the… 739 more words


Sunday Sum-Up, 03/17/2019

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

Also, I am still here, not quite surprisingly. Thanks to two months’ worth of above-normal snowfall and the warm front that melted it all in two days in eastern Nebraska, … 1,247 more words


025. SENSE AND SENSIBILITY by Jane Austen (1811)

Some mothers might have encouraged the intimacy from motives of interest, for Edward Ferrars was the eldest son of a man who had died very rich; and some might have repressed it from motives of prudence, for, except a trifling sum, the whole of his fortune depended on the will of his mother. 1,427 more words