I have a lot of troubles just choosing one of anything, which you all should probably have gathered by now.
There are a few books that come to mind, usually ones that i would get from the library at elementary school. 292 more words
It’s a tale as old as time, as Angela Lansbury sang in one of its better film versions – a virginal young girl is whisked away by a dark, brooding and fabulously wealthy man to his remote but spectacular home; all that stands in the way of her romantically melting his cold heart is the locked room that contains the mysterious secret of his dark past. 2,254 more words
Picture credit: “The Last Door of Bluebeard” by David et Myrtille
All women, watching, waiting;
Men, the ancient foe,
without conscious origin, 62 more words