Sherlock Holmes: Books, Movies and Video Games

Sherlock Holmes is one of the most well-known literary characters. The character and the stories about him are in the public domain and have been since the 1980s (some stories were not in the public domain in the U.S. until 2013). The author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, published most of the stories about Sherlock in a newspaper called The Strand.  Sherlock Holmes is referenced in many different mediums and also adapted into many different mediums.

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The Percy Jackson Series

I wish I could remember how I was introduced to the Percy Jackson series.  The only thing I can really remember was that I had finished reading the Harry Potter series and was looking for something new to read.  I’ve always been a fan of Greek mythology and this was something that sounded interesting.  These books are a bit shorter than the Harry Potter series but just as imaginative.  Below, I summarized each of the books and give an overall review of the series, as well as a brief look at the two movies that were adapted from the novels.

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Jane Austen Super Post

I thought I would start off my new blog with talking about my favourite author of all time, Jane Austen.   There are so many things to talk about when it comes to her and her works that this may end up being one of my longest posts ever.  Perhaps once we get to the end of it, we’ll know for sure.  I will start off talking about the novels themselves before getting into other book adaptations and unauthorized sequels.  Lastly, I will talk a little bit about some of the movies that are adaptations of the books or inspired by them.

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