NovElla · Historical · Cinderella

Aschenputtel: A Grimm tale

In this post, we find Cinderella, or Aschenputtel, in German folklore! You can find all my posts related to Cinderella at Introducing Cinderella. Jacob (1785 – 1863) and Wilhelm (1786 – 1859) Grimm, sometimes known as The Brothers Grimm, compiled their collection of fairy tales for an initial publication in 1812. Although more than a… Continue reading Aschenputtel: A Grimm tale

Math · NovElla

Palindrome Day

Happy Palindrome Day! Today’s date, 7/10/2017, is a palindrome! A palindrome is any number, phrase, word, etc. that has the same sequence going forward as it does in reverse. When written in the format m/dd/yyyy, the numbers read the same forwards and backwards.   If you write the date in the m/dd/yy format, then July… Continue reading Palindrome Day

Historical · NovElla

The Liberty Bell

A sound like a sound of thunder rolled, And the heart of a nation stirred— For the bell of Freedom, at midnight tolled, Through a mighty land and was heard. And the chime still rung From its iron tongue Steadily swaying to and fro; And to some it came Like a breath of flame— And… Continue reading The Liberty Bell

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Liebster Award

The Liebster Award is given to bloggers, by bloggers. Blog nominees are usually on the smaller side, and this award helps to promote them! Nominees of the Liebster Award who wish to participate can post the award on their blog. All you should do is answer the questions indicated by your nominator and make some… Continue reading Liebster Award

LOTR · NovElla · Quotes · Science Fiction · The Hobbit

Forgotten Dragons

What do you picture when you think of dragons? Fire-breathers? Winged-lizards? Dragons are common in fantasy, whether it’s the traditional kind or a unique interpretation. In recent literature, such as Eragon and Harry Potter, dragons are often depicted as fire-spewing reptiles, with both legs and wings. The origin of this type of dragon was a… Continue reading Forgotten Dragons