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Aerykah's bookshelf: favoritesby Jane AustenMarch 2016 UPDATE: Read count up to 5 now. ;) This time around, I listened to the audiobook (Blackstone Audio - Narrated by: Carolyn Seymour) and thoroughly loved it!! :D I couldn't have asked for a better narrator! So if you're looking...Another book to add to my favorites. :) There's a good reason that Lynette Eason made it onto my favorite authors list so quickly. She's a wonderfully talented suspense author who makes me want to read her books all the way through in o...by Melissa TaggWow. What a pleasant surprise! I mean, I did expect an enjoyable read -- this is one of Melissa Tagg's books, after all! ;) -- but I was still taken by surprise by how much I really enjoyed this book! If you know me well, you know that I...
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Tag Archives: classic
These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You
The reference to this song in the book, With Every Letter, made me curious so I looked it up. Below is a lovely rendition of These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You by Ella Fitzgerald. These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You ~ … Continue reading
Posted in Music, Videos Tagged Blues, classic, Ella Fitzgerald, Emmy Rossum, Jazz, live, music, Sarah Sundin, song, These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You, video, With Every Letter Leave a comment
Cinematic Saturdays – Arsenic and Old Lace
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) is a very-long-time favorite of mine. I might even go so far as to say it is my favorite black & white movie ever. This film was based off the Broadway play of the … Continue reading
Posted in Cinematic Saturdays, Comedy, movie, Videos Tagged Arsenic and Old Lace, black and white, Cary Grant, cinema, cinematic, Cinematic Saturdays, classic, comedy, funny, humor, movie, old 6 Comments
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
I recently read a review by a friend of mine from Goodreads. Yes, from Goodreads. The review was also on Goodreads, but the friend is from Goodreads. Get it? Okay, good. So we can move on now, yes? I liked Naomi’s review so much! … Continue reading
Posted in Book Reviews, Books Tagged book, Bronte, Charlotte Bronte, Christian, classic, clean, fiction, good, great, Jane Eyre, novel, quotes, recommendation, recommended, review 21 Comments
Cinematic Saturdays – Charade
Ah, yes. This couple. And no, that picture does not count as a scene. I just had to include it because I love it. 😉 Another “oldie” — released in 1963, when my parents were both under the age of eight … Continue reading
Posted in Cinematic Saturdays, movie Tagged Audrey Hepburn, Cary Grant, Charade, cinema, Cinematic Saturdays, classic, clip, comedy, film, funny, good, great, movie, murder, mystery, Romance, scene, suspense 4 Comments
The Way You Look Tonight
I really like this song. And there are two guys I like to hear sing it: Frank Sinatra and Michael Bublé. So I thought I’d share a video of each of them. Which do you prefer? Frank Sinatra Michael Bublé
Posted in Music, Videos Tagged classic, classic pop, Frank Sinatra, lyrics, Michael Buble, music, song, The Way You Look Tonight, video 3 Comments
Cinematic Saturdays – The Thin Man
Ah, the Thin Man movies. . . The first one came out in May of 1934. Yes, some more of those before-my-time movies (they were actually from my grandparents’ time), but I do so love them! William Powell & … Continue reading
Posted in Cinematic Saturdays Tagged Charles, classic, comedy, detective, funny, humor, Lux Radio Theater, movie, Myrna Loy, mystery, Nick, Nora, old, radio, series, Thin Man, tv, William Powell 5 Comments
I’ll Never Smile Again
I understand that Ruth Lowe wrote this song at about 24 years old, after her husband of one year died during an operation.
Posted in Music, Videos Tagged classic, classic pop, Frank Sinatra, I'll Never Smile Again, lyrics, music, old, older, song, Tommy Dorsey, video 2 Comments
Need A Laugh?
I love classic movies, tv shows, and radio shows! Some of you who don’t feel the same way may not understand all the humor in this video… But I hope you all enjoy it anyway! 😉 (And may I just … Continue reading
Posted in Comedy, Videos Tagged 1955, black and white, classic, comedian, comedy, funny, Groucho Marx, Jack Benny, Need A Laugh?, old, show, video, You Bet Your Life 2 Comments
“The Phantom of the Opera” by Gaston Leroux
I’m sorry that I put off reading this book as long as I did. I love the movie and thought that reading the book might change my opinion. Either that or I would be disappointed in the book… But, I … Continue reading
Posted in Book Reviews, Books Tagged book, classic, fiction, Gaston Leroux, good, gothic, historic, horror, literature, novel, review, The Phantom of the Opera 2 Comments