The 7 Question Book Tag (Or Rather, 28 Question)

So many bloggers I follow did this tag and had such interesting questions, I answered in the comments and then as I found more questions, I decided I’d might as well put all my answers here. Olivia’s Questions: What is your favorite genre to read? I feel like my favorites don’t necessarily have a “genre”… Continue reading The 7 Question Book Tag (Or Rather, 28 Question)

What I Read: April and May 2019

Children’s Lit Continuing on from earlier this year in children’s lighter classics that I didn’t read as a child. Knight’s Castle by Edward Eager. I read Half-Magic ages ago but forgot everything about it. This is fun, I’m reading more of the series, but it’s not the most thrilling middle-grade lit for adults. All-of-a-Kind Family, All-Of-A-Kind… Continue reading What I Read: April and May 2019

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Books of the Last 10 Years

I thought this was really creative/fun/easy topic. I don’t pay too much attention to specific publication dates, more to decades/centuries/eras, so I was curious to see what would come up for me. I exported my Goodreads library and cutting down out extra columns, I managed to look at the years 2018-2009 on publication dates for… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Books of the Last 10 Years

Tracking What I Read and Watch and How I Find Books and Movies to Watch and Link Love

I love being able to look at my book reading and movie watching data. I also like having lists for shopping. And I have all my reading and movie watching information spread all over, so I’m trying to streamline my to-read, have-read, to-watch, and have-watched lists. I had had bookmark folders, bullet journal lists, Goodreads… Continue reading Tracking What I Read and Watch and How I Find Books and Movies to Watch and Link Love

Literary Journey via Literary References in Little Women: Plays, Periodicals, and Miscellaneous Writings

I cannot vouch for these works; I just thought a list would be fun to compile of these references. I’ve made bold the titles I’ve read. How many have you read? PlaysHamletMacbethMary Stuart by SchillerMerchant of VeniceMidsummer Night’s DreamThe Beaux’ Stratagem by George FarquharThe Rivals by Richard Sheridan PeriodicalsPunch or The London CharivariThe Rambler created… Continue reading Literary Journey via Literary References in Little Women: Plays, Periodicals, and Miscellaneous Writings

Literary Journey via Literary References in Little Women: Poetry and Songs

I cannot vouch for these works; I just thought a list would be fun to compile of these references.I haven’t read any of these or I don’t remember if I have. I may have read “Bonnie Dundee,” I certainly plan to after reading the Sutcliff novel of the same name. How many have you read?… Continue reading Literary Journey via Literary References in Little Women: Poetry and Songs

Literary Journey via Literary References in Little Women: Books

Since many of these novels are well-known, I’ve only included the author on lesser-known titles. I cannot vouch for these works; I just thought a list would be fun to compile of these references. I’ve made bold the titles I’ve read. How many have you read? ~A Long Fatal Love Chase by Louisa May Alcott… Continue reading Literary Journey via Literary References in Little Women: Books

Literary Journey via Literary References in Little Women: Authors

When we grew up reading Little Women I always enjoyed the literary references even when I didn’t understand the background of most of them because I just thought it was fun to be able to do reference with such ease. Now, I recognize more of there references plus I have a copy of Little Women… Continue reading Literary Journey via Literary References in Little Women: Authors