Review: Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala

Looking for a cozy culinary mystery and a cute little dachshund?

Try a dish of Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala with your next order of pork sisig!

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Highlighting Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling Chapter III

Quotes from Chapter III: Ten Against Grendel of Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling. Be sure to catch the first and second chapter’s highlights if you haven’t already.

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Highlighting Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling Chapter II

Continuing to highlight Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling. Today features Chapter II: A Hall Full of Blood. Be sure to catch the first chapter’s highlights, if you didn’t last week.

I’ve also got a pexels collection where you can check out all the photos (and more) that I’ve gathered for this chapter’s moodboard.

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Highlighting Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling Chapter I

I read this book back in high school for the one pre-college literature class that sang to my soul: Sci-Fi / Fantasy Honors. Beowulf’s one of the oldest English stories in existence. I read another version of it in college that I plan to go through, but I distinctly remember not getting along with the college version as much as I did Nye’s.

Enjoy my highlights of Robert Nye’s Beowulf: A New Telling; Chapter I, A Ship Without a Sail.

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