Agatha Christie

Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, Lady Mallowan, DBE was an English writer known for her 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections, particularly those revolving around fictional detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple.

Here is a list of the books that Agatha Christie wrote over her life:

Gee, there’s a few!lol

List Of Agatha Christie Books – When you write ;

Jessica MajewskiFebruary 20, 2022

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I am personally interested in finding the books that she wrote under her pseudonym, Mary Westmacott

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A few of my favourite things

Happy Birthday to me!!! I think it’s pretty much everywhere on the correct date now.

So here a few of my favourite things.

  • The emails you get from your favourite stores with a discount
  • The people who still send you cards on your birthday…much love to you!
  • People who listen to what you want.
  • People who give you money to get what you want.
  • Any song I like, lol
  • When you get the perfect song/s, that much your mood.
  • Getting cozy and snuggly in my blankies.
  • Animals! They are just better than humans.
  • Blogging, hehe
  • You…Yes you!hehe

Happy Birthday Shakespeare

Happy Birthday to the world’s best selling author! William Shakespeare!

William Shakespeare – Wikipedia

My favourite quote of ALL things Shakespeare is:

This above all: to thine own self be true, 

What is yours?

I never really got into Romeo and Juliet, funnily enough. My favourite Shakespeare play is “A Midsummer Night’s Dream

The most recent thing that I have learnt though. You can absolutely love Shakespeare, you can love his writings, his plays, his quotes. But don’t ever feel like you HAVE to sit down and watching a play. I recently read a really good “what not to do list”. One of them was, if you don’t want to see a Shakespeare, don’t. I was so happy to read that! I love watching my favourite actors and actresses do Shakespeare monologues. I have yet to see a whole Shakespeare play though.

Also, you HAVE to watch David Mitchells comedy show based on Shakespeare life. Upstart Crow

Happy 1st Day!

Don’t worry, no April Fools Day here. It’s a pity when your birthday month starts on April the 1st.

While I am having a hard time with my birthday this year, I do look forward to realizing that I have made it another year, when other’s have not. I feel relatively “normal” still. I’m not talking to my Dad, I keep asking for money for my birthday, since I have none. I keep trying to think of reasons to “celebrate”, and all I have is that I lived another year…Somehow, lol.

It’s weird, I’m alright with it (my birthday), but when people ask me why I don’t want too celebrate, I have answers. When I go to say why I should celebrate it, I can’t think of a good enough reason too, lol.

Maybe I’ll get a room somewhere by myself and just relax for a night.

Happy Birthday Tolkien!

The 3rd of January is the best authors ever birthday! J.R.R Tolkien!

Technically for Australia, by the time this is posted it will be Jan 4th…But hey, this is my blog and I’ll write when I want too.

So JRR Tolkien’s birthday is January 4th.

Thank you Sir, for leaving us with an entire new world of Magicness … ess, and some of the most beautiful writing on the earth!

Happy “Birthday” Louisa May Alcott

Did you know?

Alcott wrote several novels under her real name and also penned works under a pseudonym.

Her very first novel, The Inheritance—written when she was 17—wasn’t published until 150 years after she wrote it, when two researchers discovered it in a library in 1997.

Little Women is partly autobiographical. Alcott used many of the events of her own life as fodder for her writing of this and her other novels. In fact, most scholars believe that the character of Jo March closely resembles Louisa May Alcott. It is not unusual for authors to take incidents from their own lives and use them in their fiction.

Celebrate the Birthday of Louisa May Alcott Lisa Fink, 11.24.19

Louisa May Alcott grew up in the company of Ralph Waldo EmersonTheodore Parker, and Henry David Thoreau.

Louisa May Alcott died of a stroke in 1888. Her health had flagged for decades prior. It was believed that when she volunteered as a nurse after the American Civil War began. She contracted typhoid from unsanitary hospital conditions and was sent home, her health never being the same again. She would write in her journal that she frequently suffered from exhaustion, headaches, nerve issues, and digestive pain. Some modern researchers have found her ailments later in life, may have pointed to symptoms of lupus.

Picture from Mental Floss

They’re gonna hate it

…and I don’t care! Haha

I have thought of what I want next year for my birthday…

I don’t want presents, and I don’t want money

What I want is a promise

From everyone who just wont defend me and makes excuses for people, especially family members who treat me like shit.

The promise?

Too promise that they will never once say to me again, in any way whatsoever…That will never say to me again that will never put those people first.

I didn’t go to my non-birthday for them, or for anyone else. I turned up for me and to get presents that I MORE than deserved, and to dance. I swear even like an hour beforehand I wasn’t going to go. Then I thought, why the fuck shouldn’t I? I got free alcohol, presents and got out…but not for them.