Ok, that line isn't in the book, it's from the Disney movie Alice in Wonderland from 1951. But it is from the tea party scene. With the coming release of the Tim Burton movie, “Alice in Wonderland” many of us are feeling some Alice-fever. Based on this idea, Gypsyscarlett has posted a very intriguing list … Continue reading Clean Cup! Move Down!
According to Edith Wharton in the News, it was on this day in 1921 that Edith Wharton became the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction for her novel The Age of Innocence. If you'd like to read it online, it's available here: The Age of Innocence
So, staying with my recent creepy theme of vampires and whatnot, here is the list of the Bram Stoker award winners for 2008 which I just found over at Locus Magazine's Web site: Novel: Duma Key, Stephen King (Scribner) First Novel: The Gentling Box, Lisa Mannetti (Dark Hart) Long Fiction: Miranda, John R. Little … Continue reading 2008 Bram Stoker Awards
My favorite authors, the ones I really admire, are the ones who write (or wrote) about ordinary life in such a way that they brought their worlds to life so clearly and compellingly that you feel as if you could step right into their characters' world, their very living room, and interact with them in … Continue reading Favorite Authors