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Quick Lit #5

This week’s Quick Lit is going to be on the light side. Due to vacation (and reading slumps), I haven’t read as much this past month. Hopefully everyone else had a more successful month of reading! My Cousin Rachel – Daphne Du Maurier At a young age, Philip Ashley is orphaned and raised by his… Continue reading Quick Lit #5

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Quick Lit #4

Dear Reader, I am so happy to talk about the following three books! Usually I have a variety of scores, but this month I have three high-rated books that I would highly recommend. These are all books I’ve read over the past month. This monthly feature is hosted by Modern Mrs. Darcy.   The Twelve… Continue reading Quick Lit #4

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Quick Lit #3: A Readathon Edition

*Quick Lit is monthly feature hosted by Modern Mrs. Darcy* Hey Readers, For this Quick Lit, I have something special! This past week I participated in the Bout of Books Readathon. I had a great time, as I finally got to a few books that have been on my TBR list for a long time.… Continue reading Quick Lit #3: A Readathon Edition

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Quick Lit #2

Dear Reader, Time for some more mini-reviews! Sadly I’m unable to write full reviews of everything I’ve read (got a toddler that keeps me busy), so this is the perfect way to sneak in some thoughts on my past readings. These are all books I’ve read over the past month. This monthly feature is hosted… Continue reading Quick Lit #2

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Quick Lit

Dear Readers, This is my first post for Quick Lit, which is hosted monthly by Modern Mrs. Darcy. Like many book bloggers, I don’t get to review everything I read and that can be a bummer. I thought this was a great opportunity to give short mini-reviews on a few books/graphic novels I read over… Continue reading Quick Lit

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The Glass Menagerie – Tennessee Williams

I love going to see musicals and plays, but I shy away from actually reading them in book format. There’s about a 50/50 shot that the play will translate well in script format, and even then the reader likely misses something when not seeing a play live. I’m not suggesting to skip reading plays. Last… Continue reading The Glass Menagerie – Tennessee Williams

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Dracula: A Tale as Old as Time

There’s no way Jonathan Harker could have known what awaited him in Transylvania. Harker was sent on business, to conclude a house purchase for the mysterious Count Dracula.  Harker didn’t realize he would be Dracula’s prisoner. And now, with his new English home, Dracula is heading to England to wreck havoc on the lives of… Continue reading Dracula: A Tale as Old as Time