When I saw that Admission by Jean Hanff Korelitz was being made into a book, I was hopeful.
Upon searching for the various covers of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine, I began to develop the theory that science fiction books have the best covers.
A few days ago, I came across some information that made me clap my hands in anticipation: the premier date and promotional poster was released for season three of Game of Thrones!
I have recently become addicted to the masterpiece that is Breaking Bad (like I’ve said, I like being late to trends).
Well ladies and gentlemen, I am back at last.
The poem for this week is “Posthumous Remorse” by Charles Baudelaire.
The poem for this week is “Poem (Your breath was shed)” by Dylan Thomas.
I’ve previously shared the wonderful video in which we all see how Juliet’s life would have been better if she had a sassy gay friend, but how would he have helped The Giving Tree?
Emily Brontë wrote several poems under the nom de plume, Ellis Bell, one of which being the poem I picked out for the week, “A Daydream”.
The novel that I am pulling a quote from this week is F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night.
The poem for this week is “Novel” by Arthur Rimbaud.