Category: Classics Club

The Classics Club Spin #24

Update: The Spin has pulled #18. Blah. Here’s a little confession: There have been 23 Classics Club Spins (soon to be 24), and I’m pretty sure that I’ve only ever finished one or two of them. What a terrible track record! Maybe I can… Continue Reading “The Classics Club Spin #24”

Time to SPIN! #ccspin

Recently, the original moderators for The Classics Club (including yours truly) stepped down after six years and handed things over to four new individuals. They’re starting their tenure off with a bang, by diving into Classics Spin #18!  What is the Classics Spin? Essentially,… Continue Reading “Time to SPIN! #ccspin”

A Garden, A Maze, A Sematary*

In this second “potpour-reads” post, I share some quick thoughts on three recent reads, all of which were completed in May. The Secret Garden was a title on my Classics Club Challenge list. The Burning Maze is third in the Trials of Apollo series… Continue Reading “A Garden, A Maze, A Sematary*”

The Classics Spin #17! #ccspin

Even though I am one of the founders and moderators of The Classics Club, it has been quite some time since I’ve participated in a Classics Club Spin, one of the fun events we do a few times per year.  I thought I would… Continue Reading “The Classics Spin #17! #ccspin”

November’s Classic: The Brothers Karamazov

As we wrap-up October and our latest classic, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, it’s time to start planning for November! This time, I chose a new-to-me book that has been on my TBR pile (and my Classics Club list) for years . . .… Continue Reading “November’s Classic: The Brothers Karamazov”

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