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The Perks of Being a Wallflower

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is narrated by Charlie, a freshman, in a series of letters to someone he titles “Friend” at the start of each chapter. 496 more words



Hannah W. Foster’s The Coquette, brings about many a question about the historical ‘place’ enforced upon women of the given century. Poking at the boundary lines of the ‘traditional’, male dominated narrative of the world, by giving Eliza Wharton, and in a way Elizabeth Whitman, a public voice in the form of the written word. 670 more words

5 Bookish TV Shows, Movies to Watch In Autumn

Hello lovely readers!! Since Fall is almost upon us and we will soon be bombarded with pumpkin spice lattes, crunchy leaves, cider mill donuts, bonfires, fuzzy socks, jeans, cozy sweatshirts and Halloween candy aplenty we started thinking about all those bookish movies and TV shows that makes us feel all warm, fuzzy, and fall-like inside. 481 more words


10 Books That Were a Chore to Get Through (That Everyone Else Loved)

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly link-up hosted by The Broke and the Bookish that’s all about, you guessed it, top ten bookish lists. This week’s prompt is books that were a chore to get through or books you didn’t finish. 887 more words

My Favourite Films Of All Time

~ the best-est films I have ever ever seen and also ones that I re-watch on the regular because THEY’RE JUST SO GOOD ~

Do you ever ever have those moments where your inner dialogue goes something like this: 1,337 more words


DEXYS MIDNIGHT RUNNERS “COME ON EILEEN” 1982 Genre: New Wave/ Celtic soul/ Pop/ Blue-eyed soul (UK)

One of my favorite movies of all time, The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, has one of the best and heartwarming scenes in any movie with Come on Eileen playing, the living room routine.

Top 5 Wednesday - Books from Before I Joined the Online Book Community

Happy Hump Day – it’s Top 5 Wednesday! As a reminder, Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly roundup of cool/fun bookish things that is hosted by Sam over at  261 more words

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