Villians We Secretly Want to Be, by Megan O’Russell
Have you ever wanted to be just a little bit evil? I don’t mean like robbing a store or something real world bad, but fantastically evil. I have henchman evil. Maybe it’s just my dramatic side, but there are a few evil folks I would shank a flying monkey to spend a day in their […]
Top Seven Villains and Why I Love to Despise Them, by Lauren
I love books that have a well written villain. You know when a writer has written a villain well because you grow to despise that character. A villain can add a whole new dimension to a novel so here are my seven villains.   Voldemort from the Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling I love […]
T is for Travel: A Literary Tour of Britain, by Clare Dugmore
Whether you’re a resident Brit, or just visiting on vacation, if you’re a book lover, there’s plenty to see and do in the UK. Here are just a few places to include in your literary tour of Britain.   King’s Cross Station Every Harry Potter fan knows that King’s Cross Station is where Hogwarts students […]
A Book Lover’s Guide To Britain, by Clare Dugmore
Whether you’re a resident Brit, or just visiting on vacation, if you’re a book lover, there’s plenty to see and do in the UK. Here are just a few places to include in your literary tour of Britain.   King’s Cross Station Every Harry Potter fan knows that King’s Cross Station is where Hogwarts students […]
Best of British Books, by Clare Dugmore
As the CQ team’s resident Brit, I’m very proud of the literature that’s come from the British Isles, so I decided to bring you my list of “The Best of British Books.” Some, I have read numerous times over, some only once, and some are on my TBR list. The Harry Potter Series, by J.K. […]
C is for Clare’s World, by Clare Dugmore
Writing and reading have always been part of my life. When I was a child, I loved getting lost in fantasy worlds like The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Wizard of Oz. In my teens, I wrote a story about a girl with magical powers, who was in love with her science teacher (don’t ask)! […]