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Pride + Prejudice + Zombies = Bizarre Fun

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

I quite like Pride and Prejudice. I've only read it twice all the way through, both times because of a school assignment, but I've always really enjoyed the story and the strong wit of the dialogue. I saw the Keira Knightly film version when I was thirteen years old, and the majority of the BBC version when I was fourteen or so. I thoroughly enjoyed the Pemberly Digital adaption, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, just a few years ago. It's a...
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My Favourite Books: Part 2

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

This is a continuation of this post that I wrote in the summer about three of my all time favourite books. As my full-to-the-brim bookshelf can attest, I have quite a few favourites to share. Avalon: The Return Of King Arthur by Stephen R. Lawhead I can't remember for sure if this is the first novel by Stephen R. Lawhead I ever read, but I'm fairly certain it was. I found it on the shelf in my local library...
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My Favourite Books: Part 1

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

I wanted to go into detail about some of my favourite books of all time, but that's a topic that's a little too broad for one blog post. I've decided to make it a series, so this will be part one. My current bookshelf set up is five large shelves with two layers each of books. I'm running out of space again, unfortunately. When I move, probably sometimes in 2016, I expect to set up a far more extensive bookshelf...
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Becoming A Reader

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

My father taught me how to read when I was small, but most of my reading-related memories are about being read to. My brother and I can both remember clearly our father reading out loud to us all throughout our childhood. My father had special voices for all the different characters in a story, and for us, it might as well have been a dramatization. I can remember my father reading the Chronicles of Narnia series and Pilgrim's Progress, but...
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