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Lessons From Fiction

Lessons From Fiction

The Count of Monte Cristo
taught me through his tale
that from an island prison
you can escape to freedom,
if like Robinson Crusoe, 90 more words

Chimneys And Clouds, A Collection Of Poems By Philip Dodd

Some of My Favorite Classics

I’ve read many pieces of classic literature over the years and there have been some I really like and others I rather not endure again. Since there are many novels I’ve enjoyed, the following titles only scratch the surface. 459 more words

The A-Z Bookish Survey

I saw this tag on Kelly’s Rambles, thought her post was awesome and saw she, very generously, had opened it up to allow others to tag themselves if they wanted and I thought it was just such a great idea that I thought I’d have a go. 730 more words


When characters are "like family". Interview with John R. Bell

Every book gets written for a different reason and every writer’s journey to becoming an author is different. Today I’m sharing what I’ve learned about John R. 1,009 more words

Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Could Re-read Forever

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the wonderful Jena at That Artsy Reader Girl.

I’m really sad to say that I don’t really reread books very often, as I always want to read new books more. 512 more words

My Lady Jane

Suicide Squad

“I’m a man, okay? I ain’t no Weapon,” insists Chato Santana, or “El Diablo” as the pyrokinetic Los Angeles gang member is generally known. Assassin-for-hire “Deadshot” (Smith) soon persuades Diablo to employ his napalm-like  173 more words

Travelling book comparison: Ice and Fire vs Monte Cristo

One of many liberations of travel life is that it has given me more time than ever to read books (or e-books, as is mostly the case these days). 2,679 more words