Jane Eyre is described as elfish, plain, with auburn or hazel hair and green eyes. Here she is with a favorite quote of mine.
These are inspired by ‘Blonde’ written by Joyce Carol Oates. Ana De Armas stars as Marilyn Monroe in the upcoming adapted film, so I combined their likeness.
My Oprah nope meme makes a return for another bad book. I haven’t used it in a while, so it was a good run. Bunny by Mona Award tries too hard. I wanted to like this so bad. Story about an outcast graduate student who falls into the depths of a bitch cult? Count meContinue reading “Review: ‘Bunny’ by Mona Award”
How cool is this? Artist Wilson Webb created wet plate collodian portraits of the cast of Little Women. I put them in a collage so they could be seen at the same time. Amazing!
This novel is historical fiction at its finest. How the Oxford Dictionary came to be was an arduous process that took decades, and I didn’t realize until reading this novel how intense and long the process was. The credit usually goes to men. And with all those men, you can imagine that words used byContinue reading “‘The Dictionary of Lost Words’ Review and Dream Cast”
The above represents my reaction to Who is Maud Dixon? by Alexandra Andrews. Think of the know-it-all in your life you just want to get away from. The overly critical person who has a comment for everything because they think they are better, but are jealous underneath the facade. And even if they don’t haveContinue reading “‘Who is Maud Dixon?’ Review and Dream Cast.”
Perhaps I am too biased to be able to give a fair review of the novelThe Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid. But I’ve never been one to back down, so here we go. Beginning in what we now call the “classic Hollywood era”, the story is about Evelyn Hugo, a blonde bombshellContinue reading “‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo’ Review & Dream Cast”
Spoilers ahead. Life can suck. We hurt ourselves and each other. We get sick, or we lose others to sickness. We lose our parents, or our children, or both. There is poverty, hunger, homelessness. It’s all so much, this world. So, it’s no wonder that we often look for a little magic. And when weContinue reading “‘The Lost Apothecary’ Review and Dream Cast”