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Literary Miscellanea: The Secret Garden Book-to-Movie

Note: Literary Flashback has been renamed to Literary Miscellanea because the older name no longer makes sense. Literary Miscellanea is the section of my blog dedicated to “non-book-review stuff” (reflection posts, essays by famous authors, passages from favorite works, etc.).  422 more words

Literary Miscellanea

Catching Up on the Classics: The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Catching Up on the Classics is a new feature on the blog where I’ll be doing some much needed catching up on classic novels. 

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Gardens and Fences

The garden we have grown is wild, it has a path leading to a pond and many wild flowers peeking where they shouldn’t be, it has arches of jasmine and ivy that serve as gate-ways to other secrets yet to be found, it is idyllic. 466 more words


The Secret Garden (A book that makes things better)

So I usually complain a lot on this blog and wallow in my own pity. But there is something that makes it better sometimes and that’s books and poetry. 268 more words

The Secret Garden - Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Secret Garden had been on my TBR list for quite some time, but there always seemed to be another book that needed to be read more urgently. 531 more words


#SALE • THE MANNEQUIN • Sweet Victorian romance

This week, you can read The Mannequin for only 99 cents (or free via kindleunlimited)! This countdown deal is available Monday, July 11 through Friday, July 15, so don’t wait. 136 more words

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Book reveiw on: The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett

This book is a classic and a must-read (The movie does not count it is totally different). Little Mary Lennox has had loads of bad breaks from being sent from India to losing everyone she loves, but with the help of a moor boy named Dickon she would learn that life is not always terrible. 12 more words

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