Stardust, Neil Gaiman – An Audiobook & Movie Review

My favorite thing about (most) Neil Gaiman audiobooks is that they're narrated by the author. The only one I've heard that wasn't is Anansi Boys, but I really liked that narrator (Lenny Henry) as well. I highly recommend checking if your local library has any of Gaiman's self-narrated novels - read them while you commute! … Continue reading Stardust, Neil Gaiman – An Audiobook & Movie Review



Believe it or not – the first thing I want to do after reading most books/watching most movies is not sit down at the computer to write down my feelings. At least these last two weeks have been that way. Luckily I had some drafts to publish in the interim! I have The Perks of … Continue reading Update!

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – A Psalm of Life

I can't remember the first time I read the poem 'A Psalm of Life' by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, but it stuck with me. I remembered a line of it, and years later, typed it into a google search hoping that the poem I'd remembered would present itself near the top. Luckily, it did, and I've … Continue reading Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – A Psalm of Life

Jane Eyre – Video Book Discussion

Hello everyone, So....I have a youtube channel. It's very new, but I talk about books there, so perhaps some of you will be interested in seeing what I've uploaded. I thought post this video I'd recently done about Jane Eyre (my favorite book!) and see what you guys think. Should I include more of my … Continue reading Jane Eyre – Video Book Discussion

The Hobbit, JRR Tolkien – A Reading Journal

(Houghton Mifflin Company Edition) Although I’ve heard of The Hobbit many times throughout my life, I didn’t read it until recently. I’m not really sure why. I think I started it at least once, because I remember reading about the hobbit hole in the ground and just imagining how awesome it would be to live … Continue reading The Hobbit, JRR Tolkien – A Reading Journal

Jane Eyre – 1996 Movie Review

This weekend I started my one month free trial of Netflix – just so I could watch a movie adaptation of Jane Eyre. There were two to choose from, although I know there are quite a few more: The 1986 TV mini-series starring Timothy Dalton as Rochester and Zelah Clarke as Jane, and the 1996 … Continue reading Jane Eyre – 1996 Movie Review

The Perks of Being A Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky

I hope everyone had a very lovely Valentines, with whoever you have to share love with. Perhaps a girlfriend, a husband, a sister, or mother – Valentine’s is the day of love. Although I have a lovely boyfriend to share my life with, our night didn’t end up being very romantic. We had planned on … Continue reading The Perks of Being A Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky

Jane Eyre -Thoughts Through the Ending

The story takes off at the start of Chapter ten. This is where Jane passes from childhood dependence to slowly attaining her adult independence. She realizes she has to take charge of her future, for she is in control of it, and prepares for a change. But I want to step back for just a … Continue reading Jane Eyre -Thoughts Through the Ending

Jane Eyre, A Reading Journal – through Lowood School

Who knew? Who would have remotely guessed that I, a tomboy from childhood, only recently becoming feminine in the least, would find her absolute literary companion in a Romance novel from the 19th century in the form of Jane Eyre. Not I, I can assure you, but that is exactly what happened. So far, I … Continue reading Jane Eyre, A Reading Journal – through Lowood School

Jane Eyre, A Reflection

Oh dear Reader, how I urge you to read this novel. I write this only moments after listening to the final words of this literary masterpiece. How is it this book has struck such a deep and resounding cord in the depth of my being? This, after all the trash talking and eye rolling the … Continue reading Jane Eyre, A Reflection