in which we talk about various literary related stuffs


Daddy-Long-Legs  by Jean Webster

Plenilune  by Jennifer Freitag
(which, as stated above, releases October 20th of this year)


Nothing in particular, bouncing from thoughts of an untitled drama set during the War of 1812 to an intriguing retelling
of Beauty and the Beast to a lighthearted tale of adventure involving bucket lists and foreign
countries and a guy-girl best friend team. As you can see, I'm not certain what my next project will be.

ALSO . . .

Cry of Hope  met the Mayflower.


  1. As I have been away on a three-week trip overseas (I will tell you more about that in an email, Em!), I feel so behind the doings and postings of my dear friends. . . glad to be back reading your blog :).

    Do tell me how your writing is coming along :) - it has been a while since we chatted <3. I especially love the sound of the story you mentioned the last. *grins* it sounds so cute! Golly, aren't you excited to read Jenny's Plenilune too? I am all suspense! How are you enjoying Daddy-Long-Legs? I have been meaning to read it for a while now.

    I love this Mayflower picture with your novel in it. . . wait. Is it THE real Mayflower?

    I think I am going to borrow this and Emily's post format for my next post ^_^ Lists. Lists are also good.

    Love you, dear Em! *hugs*

  2. Curious...If you did a re-write of Beauty and the Beast with bucket lists, etc, what would the title be?
    Wish we could have met the Mayflower too.

  3. Ooooh I love that last picture of Cry of Hope on the Mayflower!! That's SO awesome!! How's Daddy-Long-Legs? I've never read you recommend it?

  4. Hey, I just found your blog and am really enjoying it. I fancy finding more literature crazy friends on the internet : ) I've never read Daddy Long Legs, i'd love to hear what you think of it.