Tell Me, Why Do Celebrity Memoirs Use So Much Punctuation? And Other Questions: On Celebrity Memoirs

There has been a new emerging genre from celebrities in the past twenty years; instead of writing or co-writing autobiographies at the end of their careers, many celebrities have taken to essay writing. Mid-career, or in the height of their fame, a celebrity will publish a book that is not a biography, nor quite a … Continue reading Tell Me, Why Do Celebrity Memoirs Use So Much Punctuation? And Other Questions: On Celebrity Memoirs

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Book Review: “Lady of the Forest” by Jennifer Robinson

It’s September, and once autumn rolls around I always getting a craving to read something medieval, some epic fantasy or legend. It probably started when I found a large, hardcover, beautifully illustrated copy of The Adventures of Robin Hood** as a child at a fair. Every year since, I crave something medieval in September, and … Continue reading Book Review: “Lady of the Forest” by Jennifer Robinson

Book (Series) Review: “The Raven Cycle” by Maggie Stiefvater

So I'm late to the reading game here, but pretty ahead of the game to be talking about this book series prior to the TV adaptation going underway. I've been thinking a lot about adaptations and have been playing obsessively around with a post on book-to-screen adaptations for the past few months, as I've been … Continue reading Book (Series) Review: “The Raven Cycle” by Maggie Stiefvater