Hype or Like Friday is a Goodreads group hosted by Jill at Rant and Rave About Books, Larkin at Wonderfilled Reads, and Britt at Geronimo Reads. This week’s Hype or Like Friday post is supposed to be the Worst Reads of 2016, but I kind of did that last week in my Top Over-Hyped Books … More Favorite Classic Reads of 2016: Hype or Like Friday
I’m really behind on all of my tags, but here’s one for the Three Days, Three Quotes challenge. The rules are: Thank the person who nominated you. Post a quote for three consecutive days. Nominate three new bloggers each day. As usual with my tags, I’m going to change things up a bit! I … More You Pierce My Soul
Hype or Like Friday is a weekly meme created by Jill @ Rant and Rave About Books, Larkin @ Wonderfilled Reads, and Britt @ Geronimo Reads. Today’s Hype or Like Friday post is about those dreaded books I had to read in school. We all have some that we’ve read that we didn’t like! Here … More Hyped Books I Was Forced To Read In School
Synopsis: Anne Shirley becomes a principal at Summerside High School, and moves to Windy Poplars for three years while she teaches and writes to Gilbert Blythe. Review: Sweet, enchanting, and a bit random. Anne of Windy Poplars is book four in the popular classic series Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery. Told mostly in … More Book Review: Anne of Windy Poplars by L.M. Montgomery (Anne of Green Gables #4)
Synopsis: Set during the Trojan War, the great warrior Achilles has a war prize, Briseis, who is stolen by Agamemnon. Because of this slight, Achilles refuses to fight, therefore dooming the Greek side. Hector, fighting on the side of the Trojans, leads various raids into the Greek camp, bringing the battle closer and closer to … More Book Review: The Iliad by Homer
Classic Remarks is a classic literature meme hosted by Pages Unbound. Questions/discussions are posted on Fridays, and this week I’ve decided to participate in the meme! This week’s question is: Some argue Jane Austen writes “fluff” and others argue she belongs in the canon because she writes witty social commentary. Do you think Austen belongs … More Classic Remarks Friday: Jane Austen – Fluff or Canon?