Top Ten Tuesday: Recent Binge Watches

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme created by The Broke and the Bookish blog, and now hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is: Bingeworthy TV Shows, but I'm focusing on some of my most Recent Binge Watches. I also chose to highlight shows that may be a bit lesser known.... Continue Reading →

Bookish Buzz: Two Upcoming ITV Adaptations

Calling all period drama lovers: ITV is gifting us with two exciting adaptations of classic novels. First up is a seven part miniseries of Vanity Fair by William Makepeace Thackeray, which will premiere sometime later this year. Amazon and ITV have partnered with Mammoth Screen - the production company responsible for Victoria and Poldark - to bring this Victorian tome to... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salon- May 6, 2018

Here's some of what I've been reading on the Internet this week:   -Tomorrow is the first Monday in May, which means its time for the Met Gala! I'm so ready for all the dress porn and crazy celebrity hijinks; it will be a nice distraction from the dumpster fire that is the latest news... Continue Reading →

Sunday Salon- April 1, 2018

Here's what I've been reading on the Internet lately:   -BookRiot asked a group of women why they read; their responses are thoughtful, relatable, and inspiring. -This Wired article: How Feminists in China Are Using Emoji to Avoid Censorship is incredible. -Saturday was International Transgender Day of Visibility, and Bustle has compiled some of the... Continue Reading →

Watchlist: 2017 Favorites

Since it's Golden Globes night, I thought it would be the perfect time to briefly mention my Favorite Movies and TV of 2017. Movies: The Big Sick This romantic comedy is equal parts hilarious and heartfelt. The Big Sick is a testament to the fact that real life is often more interesting than fiction, and that diversity... Continue Reading →

Watchlist: Howards End

I'm a bit obsessed with the new BBC adaptation of Howards End... Full confession, I've watched both of the first two episodes twice so far. I'm especially enjoying the cinematography, costumes, fast-paced dialogue, and the suburb acting. I'm utterly in love with the entire eccentric Schlegel clan. The relationship between the siblings-with their quips, boisterous arguments,... Continue Reading →