Frankenstein was first published 200 years ago as of this year! Crazy, right? Now, I don’t know what Mary Shelley was thinking when she wrote it, but today I’m going to be looking at Frankenstein from a modern perspective and in a modern context. I hope you enjoy! Continue reading “‘Frankenstein’ 200 Years On | LibroLiv”
Way back in April 2017 I got the opportunity to interview an amazing poet, Peter Sansom. If you haven’t read his poetry, I definitely recommend it! I wrote this post for Hive South Yorkshire, but thought I would also post it here for you guys to read. To see the original post, click here. Hope you enjoy! Olivia x Continue reading “An Interview with a Poet: Peter Sansom| LibroLiv”
This year, I plan to read 52 books. Obviously, I can’t plan each and every book I will read. However, I do want to squeeze these 18 books into my 2018 reading… Continue reading “18 Books I Want to Read in 2018 | LibroLiv”
It’s that time of the year: making plans, resolutions, and goals for the rest of the year. Today I thought I would share with you guys what I hope to achieve in 2018… Continue reading “My New Year’s Resolutions & Goals 2018 | LibroLiv”
Happy New Year, everyone!
Goodbye, September. Hello, October.
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Perhaps one of the most scandalous and restricted books of the modern era, today I will explore why you should be encouraged to read Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov as opposed to avoiding it.