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Watership Down: Bigwig Meets Hyzenthlay

Book: Watership Down

Published: 1972

Author: Richard Adams.

Born in 1920 in England, Adams didn’t begin writing until after his service in World War II, dabbling in fiction. 1,135 more words


Watership Down

At the top of the bank, close to the wild cherry where the blackbird sang, was a little group of holes almost hidden by brambles. In the green half-light, at the mouth of one of these holes, two rabbits were sitting together side by side.

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Literary Quotes

Two Rabbit Ears, Revisited

As I’ve mentioned in earlier posts, I’m re-drawing a few pages of the children’s book I started last year. At first, I was kind of annoyed with myself for thinking that what I had drawn wasn’t fantastic enough. 254 more words


Watership Down

I was excited for this book. I had seen some beautiful art during Inktober on Tumblr which made me want to read this book. After seeing the cover I realized it was the same book my grandmother had given to me years before and I told her that it looked stupid. 461 more words

Book Review

Watership Down

Howdy all you Supercultists out there on the interwebz! I’m Bad Movie Professor Cameron Coker (BS in “UPA” with a minor in “Parental Guidance Suggested”) and I’ll be posting my hype-tacular speeches every week along with some long lost speeches from past Supercult Shows! 996 more words


The Builders by Daniel Polansky - A Review

A Copy of this book was provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

The Blurb: “A missing eye.
A broken wing.
A stolen country. 626 more words


Richard Adams On Writing

“It’s a silly way of putting it, but if I had known earlier how frightfully well I could write, I’d have started earlier. … I never thought of myself as a writer until I became one.” 267 more words