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SEAFARING STORIES: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1870)

For our second installment on this favourite topic of mine, I thought I’d hit up the old classic. I feel like this has already been thrashed to death for a century or more, so why not thrash it again for good measure? 1,628 more words


Why I Went Back to the Library - PART 2

In my last post I spoke about my actual journey back to being an active library-user. That story is true, however, it didn’t touch on the real reasons as to why I continue using a library and what makes me promote the library habit among the people I know. 760 more words


Ten Plus One Questions with Robert Reynolds

Robert Reynolds is the mind behind Thunder Bay. He is one of those few authors who do not have a major web presence at this time so it is not easy to provide you with an author link. 1,295 more words


The neurotic's guide to books

One day, when I was 13, I burst out of my bedroom like a boy possessed and made for my sister’s room like a whippet. A terrible, cataclysmic thing had happened: I’d just discovered, to my horror, that my copy of the book… 1,006 more words

Literature And Books

Roving South

Willard Price
John Day, 1948

The pleasure of travel books written between before memoirs became popular is the voice of the writer and the insights to living in the times. 501 more words

Rebecca Guevara

incredible africa

This man Willard had written many books and he travelled extensively. This time Africa is his target. His travels take place in a fast changing time. 437 more words


When the Semester Has an Elephant in Its Midst

These recent weeks have been the middle ones of a semester. Perhaps you realize what that means. It means that the crunch is on, the assignments are piling up, and anxiety runs high in the emotional banks of academia. 588 more words