• A to Z Challenge,  Blog,  NaPoWriMo,  Poetry

    What Really Happened In London

    I apologize for the late post but better late than never. Short and quick today. Blogging A to Z Challenge: letter L; NaPoWriMo challenge: write a dialogue poem. Hopefully, that’s self-explanatory. Hope you like my response. (If you haven’t guessed, I’m a big fan of tongue-in-cheek poetry.) xo Jesi   Libellous Story By Jessica Scott     Pussycat, Pussycat, Where have you been?   Oh, god. Not this again.   Pussycat, Pussycat, Where have you been?   Fine. Let’s get it over with… I’ve been to London. (Except I haven’t-do you know how long it takes before they’d let me out of quarantine?)   Pussycat, Pussycat, Whom did you see?…

  • Blog,  Reading,  Writing

    Get Your Geek On!

      I love this. I love this so so much. Last year one of the local libraries I inhabit/haunt frequent began participating in this. It’s a program to encourage you to show your support for your local libraries. You can read more about the program here. I have had a fierce love for libraries since my first visit to one when I was seven years old. I’m not talking about a school library. I’m talking about a public library. I mean, come on…a place where you can go and read books, any book you can think of, for free? A seven year old may not know many things (although in…

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    Happy 450th William!

    I had meant to write this post yesterday, but, after spending two days getting to know a stomach virus pretty intimately, I had a lot of work to catch up on. So, as Friday’s are supposed to be for Features I am going to make this Friday all about Shakespeare. Why? Firstly, because, ahem, look at the blog name. Secondly, because sometime this week, the world’s greatest playwright was born. This is a big deal for all of us literary geeks.  No one person has influenced literature, and our culture, more than William Shakespeare. Plays, poetry, prose, movies, theater…all of it would not be what it is today without Shakespeare’s influence. Actors,…