Bram Stoker – Dracula

...for though sympathy can't alter facts, it can make them more bearable.


She Was NOT Having It!

I finished Conjuror!  It was light. It was fun. If I hadn't had to go to work, exercise with a friend, celebrate an early Mother's Day, or finish last minute school assignments that I had completely forgotten about (hehe, oops...), I could probably have finished it in a few hours. The beginning of the story …

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Bookstores Are Dangerous

I now have three new books and a journal! As much as books are weakness, journals are my Achilles heel. I love to buy journals. Writing in them is faltering process, but buying them is wonderful!  There is just something about the potential of all those blank pages wrapped up in a cool cover that …

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The Next Three Chapters

So, I know I said in my last post that I understood why Melville went off on his whale-related tangents - but the subject of the next three chapters is the whale represented in ancient art and current (his current) scientific papers and how these depictions are wildly inaccurate. He then spends these chapters describing …

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Liebster Award

I've been nominated for this award by the ever so kind blogger at Expressive Ponderings.  Yay! Thank you so much!  🙂 This is an award that recognizes new blogs. The rules are the following: 1. Thank and link back to your nominator. 2. Answer the nominator’s 11 questions. 3. Nominate 11 other bloggers with 200 …

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The Goal

The goal is simple.  Read all the unread books in my book collection. Being a book lover, there's quite a few of those. The plan (which is something I found on Pinterest), is to write them all down on little pieces of construction paper, fold them up, toss them in a fish bowl, stir them …

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