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On re-watching Jane Austen Book Club

It’s been quite so long since I have watched a Jane Austen related movie and this definitely made me nostalgic of my first times in each of the Jane Austen novels. What I liked about this movie is how it gets to materialize the fiction inside Jane Austen’s world. It shows how these novels reflect… Continue reading On re-watching Jane Austen Book Club

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It’s Here!: Tabby Cow’s Jane Austen Package

Hey, lovely people! I have a lot of extra time today `cause I would just study later, so why not write, right? Okay… let’s go! Before summer vacation ended, I joined a Jane Austen giveaway hosted by Cass and Ada of Tabby cow, and just a week after school started,  I found out through my… Continue reading It’s Here!: Tabby Cow’s Jane Austen Package

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[BOOK REVIEW] Obsidian (Lux #1) by Jennifer Armentrout

Genre: Young Adult,  Fantasy, Romance Synopsis: Starting over sucks. When we moved to West Virginia right before my senior year, I’d pretty much resigned myself to thick accents, dodgy internet access, and a whole lot of boring… until I spotted my hot neighbor, with his looming height and eerie green eyes. Things were looking up.… Continue reading [BOOK REVIEW] Obsidian (Lux #1) by Jennifer Armentrout

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[LAB 9] Infographics : Top 10 Young Adult Books Of All Time

“We lose ourselves in books, and find ourselves there too.” Young Adult books are really popular nowadays especially when they turn these books into movies. YA’s target readers are teenagers specifically ages 12-17 and its main characters are also of that age (which makes it more realistic to the readers, and makes them feel as if… Continue reading [LAB 9] Infographics : Top 10 Young Adult Books Of All Time