Bookish Links — September 2016

One of the many odd questions that often occurs to me while I’m reading is “How old is [insert character’s name here]?” So I was excited to find this article by an Oxford English professor explaining how he figures (Hamlet’s age. (Hint: it’s not thirty.) My other favorite article this month was this piece by Austin Allen forContinue reading “Bookish Links — September 2016”

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Guest Post at My Lady Bibliophile

Pardon me, folks. I’m stepping out today to post over at Schuyler’s blog My Lady Bibliophile. It’s about L. M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables, and why that book is so important to me, so feel free to follow the link below if that’s your thing. And even if it’s not, follow the link anyway.Continue reading “Guest Post at My Lady Bibliophile”

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Top Ten Tuesday: Places that Books Have Made Me Want to Visit

I generally don’t participate in Top Ten Tuesday because I usually can’t come up with a list long enough, but this week, the girls who run Broke and Bookish, which hosts the Top Ten Tuesdays meme, had my number. Without further ado . . . 1. Monroeville, Alabama This should come as no surprise. 🙂Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Places that Books Have Made Me Want to Visit”

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A Classics Questionnaire

I picked this questionnaire up from Fariba at Exploring Classics. She runs a really cool blog so you should definitely go read it (when you’re finished here, of course 🙂 ). Now for the questions! 1. What is your favorite classic, and why do you consider it a classic? There are plenty of classics that IContinue reading “A Classics Questionnaire”

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The A to Z Bookish Survey

This is a little questionnaire I found over at a blog called The Resurgent Bookworm. She got it from Brown Paper and that person got it from The Perpetual Page Turner, making me the fourth person to add this to my blog. Let’s see how it goes! Author you’ve read the most books from:  Continue reading “The A to Z Bookish Survey”

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The 3 Best Fictional Dads

Good evening, folks, and Happy Father’s Day a day early! I knew I had to write something bookish about Father’s Day, so why not gush about some of my favorite characters? I’m afraid this isn’t a very complete list; I haven’t read nearly as many novels as I wish to have read, so my judgmentsContinue reading “The 3 Best Fictional Dads”

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