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You Know You Are a Bookdragon When…

Are YOU a Bookdragon? Let's see! You know you are a bookdragon when... 1.) You read a 400 page novel in an hour and a half. Y'all I did this while waiting for my dad at the library the other day. He called me "crazy". Maybe? 2.) You drink more tea in one night than China… Continue reading You Know You Are a Bookdragon When…

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Where I Went, Why YOU Should Come With Me Next Time, & Why You Should Sign Up NOW

Friends!!!!! FriENDSSS!!!!! FRIENDS!!!! I HAVE A MOST IMPORTANT ANOUNCEMENT TO MAKE!!!!!!! This weekend I experienced one of the most wonderful experiences of my life!!!! (Hint: I saved the best for last, so stay until the end...) What is this awesome experience? You might ask... I AM SO GLAD YOU ASKED!!! Me, my parents, my friend,… Continue reading Where I Went, Why YOU Should Come With Me Next Time, & Why You Should Sign Up NOW

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Friday’s Favorite Five: Mystery & Suspense Authors

Hello, my dear readers! I am so sorry I have been super busy between track, school, and work, and I didn't get a chance to post last week, but I'm back this week with the last post in the series of Favorite Authors and this week's genre is Mystery & Suspense! Enjoy! #5 Umberto Eco… Continue reading Friday’s Favorite Five: Mystery & Suspense Authors

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Friday’s Favorite Five: Memoir Authors

I kept a personal diary from the time I was 8 until last year, shortly after turning 17. In it, I recorded not only my life and my emotions, but special moments in the lives of my friends and family - a momentous birthday, an important occasion, a prominent promotion, a milestone, etc. I dearly… Continue reading Friday’s Favorite Five: Memoir Authors

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Friday’s Favorite Five: Classic Authors

Howdy Friends! Today I'm going to do my best to narrow down my favorite classic authors to just five... I don't mean to be pessimistic... But the chances of me having ONLY five is slim...to none... Anyway, I hope you enjoy this (maybe not so) short selection! #5 Arthur Miller Death of a Salesman was… Continue reading Friday’s Favorite Five: Classic Authors

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Friday’s Favorite Five: Fantasy Authors

Good evening y'all! Tonight, I'm going to cover my favorite five fantasy authors. Let's dive in!   #5 Brian Jacques, Frances Hodgson Burnett, & Gail Carson Levine So, let's just not mention the 3-in-1, savvy? K... Let's start with Brian Jacques. When I was in my late single-digits and my early teens (9-13), I thoroughly… Continue reading Friday’s Favorite Five: Fantasy Authors

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Book Review and Takeaways: Le Morte D’Arthur

A couple weeks ago, I finished reading Thomas Mallory's Le Morte D'Arthur, and I thought it would be a really good book to do a review and takeaways post on. As I was reading, I realized that, as much as we often praise the chivalry of Arthur's day, the morality of beloved Camelot was not… Continue reading Book Review and Takeaways: Le Morte D’Arthur

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Book Review & Takeaways: The City of God

I recently finished reading Augustine's The City of God, and I have to say that I honestly enjoyed it, despite Augustine's sometimes annoying detailed analysis of the seemingly insignificant. I say seemingly because Augustine was not an author to waste his time going on tangents or covering topics that were not of the utmost gravity… Continue reading Book Review & Takeaways: The City of God