Wednesday With Words: Tragedy and Comedy

Hey, everyone! I know it’s been a while since I did a Wednesday with Words post (I really need to be better about doing them more often…), but today I do have a quote for you. This quote is by Horace Walpole, a writer in the 1700s, who was a great friend of poet and abolitionist Hannah More. I’ve been reading a biography about Hannah More, called Fierce Convictionsand these lines by Walpole were quoted in it:

Horace Walpole


On my reading list this week:

She Is Not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick: I saw this at the library and thought it looked interesting, so I grabbed it (the story of how I have way too many books on my To-Read list…) It’s a thriller about a blind girl who’s searching for her missing father, and I’m really enjoying it.

Unsanctioned Eyes by Brianna Merritt: Another thriller, by an author friend of mine on Twitter. Lots of assassins, danger, secrets, and action! I’m about a quarter of the way through, and so far it does not disappoint. (Pop by Brianna’s Twitter page here, and her website here.)


As always, Wednesday with Words is hosted by ladydusk.

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Thanks for reading. See you again soon!

🙂

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