Tags » Winter's Tale

...what if we become Stars 💫

Miracles of Love & Peace to each & everyone 💖



The not so much story of what should be

I know many times I have written about doing good by oneself, and to become one with the definition of who we are. As such, I will once again write about that because of what my little cousin made me watch this past week. 556 more words

No reading today

That’s not true; rather, no subway rides today! It’s startling how pleasant your mood becomes when you realize you don’t have to take the subway on a given day. 571 more words

Boy, did I run for it!

In bladder panic, I dashed past the bar,
Past the wordless barman, brass and oak.
Into the booth, I ran, and on unzipping,
Looked down, and greeted it, a bowling ball… 118 more words


Winter's Tale


Author: Mark Helprin

Genre: Fiction

First Published: 1983

Page Count: 748

Type: Paperback

Film/ TV Adaptation: Yes*

Rating: 4/5 Stars

A story so epic and magical that readers will be left spellbound. 698 more words


Winter's Tale : A Wonderful Heartwarming Fantasy

Today for the Flicker Show we’re going to review a romantic fantasy that got a wide theatrical release in 2014 and no one really went to go see it. 600 more words

Film Review

Theatre Review: The Winter's Tale at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

This article originally appeared here on The Upcoming.com.

The Winter’s Tale is not the most remembered of works in Shakespeare’s oeuvre. The words of its characters have not lodged themselves as firmly into the English language as, say, Hamlet’s or Othello’s. 370 more words