I wrote this and scheduled this months ago and apparently the topic was changed in the interim, but I’m still going to leave this. I’m linking up here for Top Ten Tuesday I’m a noodle is all I can say, I’m trying to remember by very early ones, when I really, seriously had a crush… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Throwback: Fictional Crushes
I’m linking up with Top Ten Tuesday. Murder Must Advertise (I love Lord Peter but dislike most of the short stories; some are the most disturbing murder mysteries I’ve ever read) Austenland (I think I liked the main guy [I liked him in the movie, so maybe this is cheating] but the descriptions were so… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I liked That Were In Non-Favorite/Disliked Books
I intentionally mentioned a lot of obscure couples for my posts for Cordy’s Lovely Blog Party because I wanted to share some new books (I LOVE finding new books to read on blogs, in fact it’s how I found some of these). I thought I’d give more explanations for the more obscure sources (i.e.not the… Continue reading More Explanations of the Sources of My More Obscure Couples
I’m writing this as part of Cordy’s A Lovely Blog Party. 1. Nick and Nora from The Thin Man mysteries (murder mysteries made in the 30’s and 40’s centered around a “retired” detective and his heiress wife and their escapades). Oh, my. Another blogger mentioned the films and the two protagonists and their chemistry, and… Continue reading Ten Lesser Known/Lesser Loved Couples from Movies
Happy Valentine’s Day, The Top Ten Tuesday topic for today is a romance freebie, so I went with some interesting moments. 1. John Brooke’s proposal to Meg in Little Women. This is so classically funny. 2. Polly and Tommy’s love scene at the very end of An Old-Fashioned Girl. It is so absurd and so completely… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Significant Moments of Romantic Tension or Realization
Ron Weasley is not an unattractive, bumbling oaf. Thanks a lot, stupid movies (actually it seemed that in the seventh book in a few parts, JKR was influenced by the previous movies). He has five brilliant and gifted older brothers, a famous best friend, and his younger sister is the family baby and only girl… Continue reading Ron Weasley
Romeo or Benedick?Knightley or Tilney?Jack or Algernon?John Brooke or Laurie?Gilbert or Barney? Do you prefer the more traditional romantic leading men? Or the ones with personality. You can probably tell from that whom I prefer :/ How about the more popular or the overlook/rejected?Will or Norrington?Darcy or Bingley?Rochester or St. John Rivers?Pip or Herbert?