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St. Patrick’s Day – Facts, Figures and Fun
The Feast of St. Patrick Saint Patrick was a Irish Bishop who lived in the 5th-century. He is attributed to converting many pagan Irish to Christianity. Later, his efforts would become a famous allegory about "driving the snakes" out of Ireland. He died on March 17 and thus that day became a celebration for the…
Hanukkah: The Festival of Lights
Hanukkah Means “Dedication" Hanukkah is an eight-day long Jewish celebration. It is also known as The Festival of Lights. The festival celebrates when the people of Israel reclaimed The Holy Temple in Jerusalem. When they wanted to light the menorah, they could only find one supply of oil, enough to only last one day. But…
Jane Austen – Her Life. Her Work.
Meet Jane Jane Austen was born on December 16, 1775. She is most well known for her six completed novels that focus on heroines, marriage and social norms in the Regency era. Austen had one sister, Cassandra, and neither woman married despite Austen's central theme of romance in her stories. She passed away at the…
Pick Your Favorite Disney Princess, We’ll Pick Your Next Romance Read
Pick Your Favorite Disney Princess, We'll Pick Your Next Romance Read! In celebration of Disney Day, December 5, we'll help you pick your next read. All we need from you is to pick your favorite Disney movie from this curated list and you'll get an excellent recommendation for your next romance read. If you like…
So You’ve Finished NaNoWriMo… Now What?
Here's a list of advice and resources you can use to take the next step with your book after NaNoWriMo.
“Back to the Future” Day
"Back to the Future" Day "Back to the Future" is a film made in 1985 starring Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson. It was directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by Zemeckis and Bob Gale. October 21 is "Back to the Future" Day because in the second film, "Back to the Future II"…
Learn About Rosh Hashanah
Learn about celebrations, traditions and all things Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
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Mary Shelley – The Creator of Frankenstein
Learn about Mary Shelley, gothic fiction and the influence of Frankenstein on modern media.
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