Your Move, Dickens

Blog Name: Your Move, Dickens

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Location: Iloilo, Philippines

Brief Description: Before I decided to embark on a literary journey, my reading diet consisted mainly of paperback books with the words #1 New York Times Bestseller embossed on the cover. I’ve decided to conquer authors I previously found intimidating like Hemingway, Faulkner, Dickens, Wharton, etc. I’m proud to say I’ve read my first Dickens, A Christmas Carol. Don’t laugh. I already know I’m a pansy by starting with a novella. Hence the name Your Move, Dickens. I wanted
something that didn’t sound boring, but told people that my blog is about classics.

Favorite Authors: Gabriel Garcia Marquez, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jane Austen, Harper Lee, John Steinbeck, and J.K. Rowling.


1 Response to “Your Move, Dickens”

  1. 1 Reymos March 15, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    I have visited the site and I like the contents of it especially its reviews on classics novels which reminded me of my latest interest to read more of Penguin modern classic publications – from Rudyard Kipling to James Royce, from Dickens to Primo Levi. Having free ebook version of their writings, it is really inspiring to read more and discover their characters.

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