King Edmund The Just: Narnia Rant

I haven't finished reading The Chronicles of Narnia yet. (I just started Prince Caspian) But I would like to take some time to talk about Edmund as a character. I have seen him in the first three books and the Narnia films. I can pretty easily say that Edmund is my favorite character along with Lucy... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: Richard II

I have actually been a fan of Shakespeare since I was in the third grade. But I really didn't understand most of what I read. So now I am taking a Shakespeare class in college and I am loving it. King Richard II opens with two people accusing each other of treason/lying. They agree to... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Macbeth

Macbeth is the valiant soldier and righteous man every king wants at his side. After the Thane of Cawdor betrays King Duncan, Macbeth is the one to dispatch him. Unknown to Macbeth, the King plans to promote him to Thane of Cawdor. So while he walks with his friend Banquo, the weird sisters find him... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Lost In A Book

This book released in January of this year (2017). And as soon as I saw the cover I knew I had to get my hands on it. The cover designer for this book did a top-notch job. Rating: 2.5/5 In summary, Belle is trapped in the Beast's castle and she constantly wonders why she is... Continue Reading →

The Sims Book TAG

So I've seen this TAG around a bit and though I wasn't tagged I thought I would do it anyway. The original maker of this TAG is Hayley @ Hayley in Bookland and you can see her original video HERE.So let's get into it! The Original Sims-The Best Author Debut When I heard that this... Continue Reading →

A Poem: Don’t Be Fooled

I haven't had much time for writing my own stuff lately. But I recently had a day to myself to write. And I recently got an idea for what I should write. So here is a poem that I wrote today. Don’t Be Fooled Don’t be fooled by appearances, Don’t be fooled like the spring... Continue Reading →

How-To: Read While in School

Sadly, summer doesn't last forever and school must start up again. If you're anything like me, you took advantage of the summer and read books to your heart's content. This summer I have managed to read 18 books. However with the pressure of homework and school projects, reading falls to the background. However, there is... Continue Reading →

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