"Since I can remember, my eyes have always grown big at tales of the marvelous."
L. Frank Baum
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Tag Archives: mythology
Things are a little busy around here for NaNoWriMo right now…so I’m opening up my archives and sharing another Classic Review. Right now I have kind of a thing for fairy tales. When I was younger, though, I had a … Continue reading
I almost never stop partway through a book. But I got 65 pages into Underworld by Meg Cabot, and realized I was so irritated that there was no real point in going on. I’ve never reviewed a book I didn’t … Continue reading
I felt terribly clever putting Rick Riordan’s newest book, The Serpent’s Shadow, on reserve at the library a month before it was coming out. That meant I was only #23 in line! They bought enough copies that I actually got … Continue reading
It’s the beginning of summer, which means…a lot of things, actually, but among them is that the Once Upon a Time Challenge concluded yesterday. I had a lot of fun finding some books to fit the categories. Here’s how the … Continue reading