We are getting awfully close to Christmas and I think that means that it is as good as any time to look at some classic novella’s I’ve read over the last few years. And because of the time of year of course two of those are Christmas related. Title: Animal Farm by George Orwell… Continue reading Short Stacks #6 // Classic Edition // From Animals Taking Over to Christmas Ghosts
FAQ > Stats > Part 1 > Part 2 > Part 3 As always I’ll update these with the correct links as the posts publish. And here we are with the last shelf and the smallest one at that. It is the blue limited Billy Ikea Shelf, before you know, they got the yellow which… Continue reading Book Shelf Tour 2019 // Part 4 // Blue Shelf Filled with Specific Authors and Classics
Is the original The Beauty and the Beast tale from 1740 as charming as the Disney Belle we know?
Back in September I shared with you some end papers to some of my books. I took a lot of pictures of end papers that I didn’t show in that post. While at the moment I am not sure I am going to show all the pictures in different posts like these next year I… Continue reading Looking on the Inside – Part 2 – Classics and Special Editions End Papers
Book: 2001: A Space Odyssey (Space Odyssey 1) by Arthur C. Clarke Release Date: June 1968 Tags: Sci-Fi / Articial Intelligence / Space Ships / Futurism / History / Technology / Classics On the Moon, an enigma is uncovered. So great are the implications of this discovery that for the first time men are sent… Continue reading Book Review – 2001: A Space Odyssey
Sometimes there are those books that you can’t help but be glad that you finished. Reading isn’t always sunshine and peaches, you know. It can be quite the struggle. Not every book is suited to your tastes. And yet we often read on with those books. Why is that? In my case I often do… Continue reading TTT #140 – Books I Disliked but I Am Really Glad I Read (for Bragging Rights)
My first dip into poetry!
Reading classics is one of those things that does come up in everyone’s reading life. Either school forces you or someone might comment that you should read your classics. Here is the thing though. Classics aren’t a must to be a reader, and don’t let anyone ever make you feel like that. And like all… Continue reading Leaving the New and Going With the Old – Classics I Own
Hello there part 4. This tour has a Harry Potter shelf, classics shelf and some TBR books!
Part 1 of this bookshelf tour shows you my new blue bookshelf!