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To Kill A Mockingbird

Taking a break from my past few emo entries.

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee is a highly acclaimed classic novel, and one of the books studied as part of most grade-schools’ syllabus in the US. 299 more words


Review: Red Cavalry by Isaac Babel

I received an advanced review copy of this title from Pushkin Press through NetGalley.

My Review:
Isaac Babel, who was a journalist and propagandist for the Red Army in the 1920’s during the Russian war against Poland, used his diary as a source for the stories in this collection.  557 more words

Historical Fiction

Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder: A Book Review

Philosophy is a complete no-brainer for some who have this highfalutin IQ level. Not at all! It is not more or less chicken feed than they had expected. 472 more words


Book Review - Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

Author: William Shakespeare

Series: None

Genre: Classics, Plays

Published 1599

Review Copy: Paperback bought new

Overall Rating: 3 1/2 out of 5

Goodreads… 799 more words


{GIVEAWAY} The Wind in The Willows Plus a $248 Ticket GIVEAWAY

It’s time to get all excited about Children’s Theatre again because the Children’s literary Classic masterpiece, The Wind in The Willows is coming live on stage at… 614 more words

Theatre, Musicals And Plays

Five Fascinating Facts about Arnold Bennett

A short biography of Arnold Bennett, author of Anna of the Five Towns and Clayhanger

1. His first name was actually Enoch. Born in 1867 in Hanley, Staffordshire (part of the famous ‘Potteries’ and now a district of Stoke-on-Trent), Enoch Arnold Bennett was named after his father, a solicitor. 794 more words


Legends Never Die.

In 2013, a man released an album. Although he was a hip hop prodigy since the age of 12, and had a nine label bidding war to sign him when he was 18, over 20 years ago, this album is only his second official album. 768 more words