Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Cheer You Up on Valentine’s Day

Happy Tuesday!! This week's Top Ten Tuesday topic (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl) is a love freebie, so I've decided to do a classic Valentine's Day themed post. However, instead of listing books about romantic relationships, I'm sharing ten eight books to cheer you up on Valentine's Day. This strange holiday isn't always all … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Cheer You Up on Valentine’s Day

Top Ten Tuesday: Classics I Would Give New Titles To

Happy Tuesday!! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic asks us to share books that we would give new titles to. I’ve decided to give this a little classic twist, so I’ll be renaming classic titles. This sounds like a lot of fun, so let’s jump right in! What do you think of these new titles? … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Classics I Would Give New Titles To

A Classic Couple: Romeo & Juliet and The Hunger Games

Sometimes it seems as though everyone is birthed from the womb with an inherent knowledge of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. I have a feeling that a similar situation will happen with Suzanne Collins' novel The Hunger Games in a few generations. Just as the mention of Shakespeare's famous play immediately conjures up ideas of star-crossed lovers and family feuds, The … Continue reading A Classic Couple: Romeo & Juliet and The Hunger Games

My Problem with Shakespeare | Discussion

Confession: I don't particularly like Shakespeare. Usually when I tell people I'm not a huge fan of Shakespeare I receive a piercing glare and a disapproving "Really?" This conversation inevitably results in me trying to defend my opinions while undergoing intense scrutiny from the opposing party. Apathy towards the Bard was the norm when I … Continue reading My Problem with Shakespeare | Discussion