If you know what raspberry cordial refers to, then we might just be kindred spirits. In Anne of Green Gables, Anne says to Diana: “I love bright red drinks, don’t you? They taste twice as good as any other color.” True facts. Alas for poor Anne with an E, currant wine and raspberry cordial are both bright red. Beware which one you serve at a tea party to your fellow eleven year old. Oops. As Anne later explains, “I never thought raspberry cordial would set people drunk, Marilla—not even if they drank three big tumblerfuls as Diana did.” Hee. Poor Diana. Poor Anne. But lucky us. In the spirit of my favorite literary character, Anne with an E, and one of my favorite literary moments, I have decided to create this blog.
I plan to post book reviews, but I will also provide essays, character analyses, and more creative content. This is a place to just geek out and enjoy books—novels of all kinds and genres. As I create more content, the site will continue to evolve and find its niche.
My name is Lucia, and you can contact me via email: email@example.com
Also, you can follow me on Twitter.
Nitro* on VAMPIRE ACADEMY: Where’s my dhampir revolution?
You couldn't be more right!From the beginning I had a strong dislike for the Moroi and I couldn't believe that…
Jenna on SWEET VALLEY CONFIDENTIAL: “Would she ever truly be free of Sweet Valley?”
Oh yeah, didn't he die in the earthquake?
Brooke on VAMPIRE ACADEMY: Where’s my dhampir revolution?
Isn't that what fanfiction is for? :) I agree about the dhampir revolution, it should have happened a…
liz on SWEET VALLEY CONFIDENTIAL: “Would she ever truly be free of Sweet Valley?”
Wow.Not sure If I want to read the actual book after this. Seems like poor writing (and a lot of…
natalie on SWEET VALLEY CONFIDENTIAL: “Would she ever truly be free of Sweet Valley?”
So many things wrong. Roger Collins did not stop teaching after deviln episode, Roger Barrett patman DIED before senior year,Patmans…
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