Neil Gaiman * Norse Mythology

When he was growing up, not long after reading Marvel's Thor, he picked Roger Lancelyn Green's classic Myths of the Norsemen to learn more about his favorite characters — and found himself fascinated by a vision of Asgard that was nothing like Marvel's sci-fi space palaces. "It was a bunch of huts with a wall round them. … Continue reading Neil Gaiman * Norse Mythology

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Bluebeard’s Egg * Margaret Atwood

This was my first time reading a short story collection by Margaret Atwood and after the phenomenal 20'th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill, I was surprised by the very natural - almost memoir-type of writing some of the stories. "When my mother was very small, someone gave her a basket of baby chicks for Easter. … Continue reading Bluebeard’s Egg * Margaret Atwood

Cinderella * Complete Story

Once there was a gentleman who married for his second wife the proudest and most haughty woman that was ever seen. She had by a former husband two daughters of her own humor, who were, indeed, exactly like her in all things. He had likewise, by another wife, a young daughter, but of unparalleled goodness … Continue reading Cinderella * Complete Story

The Christmas Cookie Club

These stories about the lives of twelve friends will definitely leave you wanting for more. Publication Date: 14 Oct 2010 | Series: Cookie Club What would we do without one another? It was a statement, not a question. Each of us knew the answer for herself. Every year on the first Monday of December, Marnie … Continue reading The Christmas Cookie Club