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Book Dump: 07/20/2011 or “Why I am a BookHussy”

July 21, 2011


image lovingly swiped Dear Lovely Friends, I think I may have a serious problem. I must confess. I need to admit. I am addicted to buying books. Nothing makes my heart pitter and patter more than a delightful book.  To find motivation or beauty or laughter in a book.I must is addicting. Unfortunately […]

Sweet Valley!!

March 11, 2011


Now a large amount of my young life was spent reading and worshipping any Sweet Valley series. I like to believe that there were two kinds of people in the world.. those who read SV and those.. other…Babysitter’s club people…blah.    My sistercuzin and I were CRAZYFANATICAL with our Sweet Valley.. following them from wholeheartedly (and […]

Neil Gaiman

April 4, 2009


NEIL GAIMAN  The more I read his work.. the more interested I am in Neil Gaiman. I first came across his name as I was researching about “The Sandman” and proceeded to find his legendary graphic novel series of the same name.   Right now I am reading the second volume since I couldn’t get my hands on the first […]

Weather forecast for today?

March 19, 2009


“Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” The teacher in me loves that they have made the classic children’s book…   into a new animated movie… Trailer:

A Charming Book

February 8, 2009


I’ve already carried on about my love of charms.. even though I don’t have any. But I was at the B&N and found this… Lovely book about the history of charm bracelets and all of the different kinds.

Twisted Fairy Tales (the best kind)

February 5, 2009


Twisted versions of your favorite fairy tales. ♥’d the version of Rumpelstilskin and the Hansel and Gretel was unsettingly creepy.


January 31, 2009


Girl Genius Online This is one of the great recommendations from She’s a Betty. This is an adventure story set in an alternate time and place where the heroine finds there is indeed more to her than meets the eye. This is classified as Steampunk. (Which is an entirely interesting concept in itself.) I checked […]