In case you missed any of this week’s posts, here they are: Book Review: History’s Worst Inventions Type it Out Tuesday: January 15 Wednesday News: January 16 What does my library look like? Quote of the Day: January 18
In case you missed any of this week’s posts here they are: Monday Book Review: Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Tuesday Type it Out Tuesdays: January 8 Wednesday Wednesday News: January 9 Thursday: Thursday Thoughts Thursday Thoughts: My Top 10 Fictional Worlds I Want to Live In Friday: Quote of the DayContinue reading “Weekly Recap”
Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is the original title of a novella written by the famous Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson that was first published in 1886. The work is commonly known today as The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, or simply Jekyll &Continue reading “Book Review: Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”
In case you missed any of this week’s posts here they are: Monday Book Review: The Curious Incident of the dog in the Night-time Tuesday Type it out Tuesday: January 1 Wednesday Wednesday News: January 2 Thursday: Thursday Thoughts Thursday Thoughts: 2019’s Reading Goals Friday: Quote of the Day Quote of the Day: January 4
Hey everybody! First Thursday Thoughts of the year and I figured what better than letting you know about my 2019 reading goals. With my last semester of school coming to an end in April I’ll hopefully have a lot more time to read after that, but I still read when I can. I’m currently readingContinue reading “Thursday Thoughts: 2019’s Reading Goals”
First blog post and first TIOT of the year so let’s start it off with a good writing prompt to get your creative juices flowing. The clock struck 12:00 on December 31 and everyone froze. At first you thought it was a joke your friends were playing on you, but you soon realized you wereContinue reading “Type It Out Tuesday: January 1”
Seeing the world through the eyes of someone with a behavioral disorder isn’t something I’d ever thought about really, but that was one aspect of the book that I really enjoyed.