Ten Best Moms in Literature

Happy Mother’s Day! As we celebrate and give the love and affection our own mothers rightfully deserve, let us take the time to celebrate the great moms of literature ( what would we do without their comforting thoughts and words):

Calling All Austen Characters! Recasting “The Avengers”

BookRiot compiled a list of Austen characters that would be perfect candidates for recasting the film The Avengers. Some pairings I agree with. Others I feel there is a more “suitable match” so I came up with a different one. Iron Man/Tony Stark – Emma Woodhouse Both are handsome. Both are clever. Both are rich. Both areContinue reading “Calling All Austen Characters! Recasting “The Avengers””

Top Ten Tuesdays: Characters I Didn’t Click With

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish. Today’s post is: Ten Characters You Just Didn’t Click With” This took awhile since I had to differentiate between characters I disliked and characters I didn’t click with: 1 & 2. Rachel and Amy Watson from The Girl On The Train by PaulaContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesdays: Characters I Didn’t Click With”

Top 15 Favorite Classic Literary Heroines

Twentieth Century Fox surveyed 1,000 adults in the UK asking them who was their all-time favorite classic literary heroine to mark the DVD release of Far from the Madding Crowd. And of course, the charming and quick-witted Elizabeth Bennet was crowned first place. Check out the other heroines that made the list:       1. Elizabeth Bennet –Continue reading “Top 15 Favorite Classic Literary Heroines”

Day 14: Fashion of Book Characters

  Today’s challenge asks me what I wore today. Since taking a picture of myself was a disaster this morning (too bright outside so the picture didn’t come out so clear), I thought I post my response with a little twist. Instead of boring you guys with what I wore today, let’s admire popular bookContinue reading “Day 14: Fashion of Book Characters”