My current TBR pile on my bedside table.
UM THEY DID WHAT NOW?!
I completely forgot how much I love the Lizzie Bennet Diaries. I need the DVD set.
Or at least the full youtube video playlist complete with Lydia’s, the Q&A’s, the Collins & Collins videos and Gigi’s videos.
Does that exist?
Just because I get out of bed, get dressed and put on my make up does not mean I am feeling OK. So please, don’t assume I’m fine if I look ready to face the world.
What do we suppose will come next in the Pemberley Digital line up? Sense and Sensibility? Or maybe Mansfield Park?
I must know theses things to prepare myself for the feels.
Also, there should be more Emma Approved stuff on the DFTBA site…
|Me:||Momma, so there is this store in Portland called Powell's and they're fairly popular on the internet and they followed me on tumblr today!|
|Me:||I don't know why tho.|
|Mom:||Because you're cool.|
THE EFFING CMS JUST ATE MY STORY.
Things that make me squee:
When my email tells me exciting things about BookCon
why must all my youtube videos start with adverts?!
Emma by Jane Austen
For one reason or another, of all of Jane Austen’s novels Emma has always been the hardest for me to read. I’m sure it has a lot to do with my strange ability to intensely feel the embarrassment of a fictional situation or the fact that Emma is such a busy body that I just want to kick her through the first half of the book until she grows up some more.
But then I find a reminder of how lovely that book is and remember that why I find the characters so irritating at times is because of how real they are. It’s this moment with Mr. Knightly that as the reader we see Emma through someone else’s eyes and thats when I remember why I love Jane Austen and suffer through the first half of this book.
This list is compiled by the ALA’s Office for Intellectual Freedom, most of the challenges were put down
I always find these lists interesting