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From Ridiculous Sublime Paperblog Pick in Culture

From the Ridiculous to the Sublime

Although the title of this post is definitely a Mr-Litlove-esque one, I am sorry to say that Mr Litlove has not done anything comical for several weeks and so this is about books. Read more

Katherine Aragon, True Queen (Six Tudor Queens Alison Weir Paperblog Pick in Culture

Katherine Of Aragon, The True Queen (Six Tudor Queens #1) – Alison Weir

What’s it all about?:The lives of Henry VIII’s queens make for dramatic stories and Alison Weir will write a series of novels that offer insights into the real lives of the six... Read more


  • Weekly Wrap Up (April 23)

    Weekly Wrap (April

    Well it has been definitely feeling more spring like here in Jersey and I’m delighted to say that having read some really fantastic books over the last few week... Read more

    5 hours, 55 minutes ago by   Cleopatralovesbooks
  • I Made Better Life Choices Because of “Into the Woods”

    Made Better Life Choices Because “Into Woods”

    My father introduced me to Into the Woods around nine years-old. Some of my most vibrant memories include singing with him in our living room. It was my first... Read more

    The 22 April 2017 by   Outreachnerd
  • 10 Darcy Questions for Victoria Kincaid

    Darcy Questions Victoria Kincaid

    DARCY’S HONORVictoria Kincaid has just released her new Pride and Prejudice Variation, Darcy’s Honor. Her imaginative retelling sees Elizabeth Bennet relieved... Read more

    The 22 April 2017 by   Mariagrazia
  • Jeffrey Dean Morgan Weekend – Red Dawn (2012)

    Jeffrey Dean Morgan Weekend Dawn (2012)

    Director: Dan Bradley Writer: Carl Ellsworth, Jeremy Passmore (Screenplay) Kevin Reynolds, John Milius (Original Screenplay) Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Josh... Read more

    The 22 April 2017 by   Newguy
  • Favourite French Things and Paris Mon Amour Competition Winners

    Favourite French Things Paris Amour Competition Winners

    MERCI BEAUCOUP to everyone who entered the ‘favourite French things’ competition over the last couple of days, to the many who didn’t but shared it anyway, and... Read more

    The 22 April 2017 by   Isabel Costello
  • Coin Collecting

    Coin Collecting

    Sartre called coin collecting a hobby for dull old men. Well, I started collecting as a dull young man 60 years ago. I’ve been selling coins too, for more than... Read more

    The 22 April 2017 by   Fsrcoin
  • #100AfricanWomenWriters: 8. Rashidah Ismaili AbuBakr

    #100AfricanWomenWriters: Rashidah Ismaili AbuBakr

    Lagos you are dirtyYour sand is soiledYour fruits pithy. I am tied to you in a strange landby lines that queue up for foodstuffs youshould be eating but ship of... Read more

    The 22 April 2017 by   Bookshy
  • On Tweaking the WIP


    I am an inveterate tweaker. I'm currently halfway through Time Rats Book 3. Before starting to write, I reread what I wrote the day before and improve it, addin... Read more

    The 22 April 2017 by   Lexi Revellian
  • Stip & Pensil (2017): Slumdogs & Millionaires

    Stip Pensil (2017): Slumdogs Millionaires

    In my bare thought, Stip Pensil - eraser and pencil - might be A Copy of My Mind v2.0 written but not directed by Joko Anwar. Helmed by Ardy Octaviand, this... Read more

    The 22 April 2017 by   Paskalis Damar
  • Simon Said – Sarah R. Shaber

    Simon Said Sarah Shaber

    Crime Fiction3*s This is a traditional mystery story set in 1996, where Simon Shaw is a Professor in forensic history at a college in Raleigh, North Carolina. Read more

    The 22 April 2017 by   Cleopatralovesbooks


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