Webseries Wednesday

Hey Posies! Sorry for the bareness of this blog for the past week (and forgetting to post last week’s episode!). I made a portfolio for myself for jobs and such, so that took a bit of organizing.

In this week’s episode, Detective Rosie’s on the case to find out who knows about Ricky and Juliet.

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Webseries Wednesday!

Hey bookworms!

I want to post regularly and I haven’t done a great job at doing that yet, but since I am doing other literary things other than reading and writing book reviews I thought I might as well combine them here!

This past summer, my friends and I filmed our third webseries (second literary inspired webseries) called Any Other Rosie. It’s a modern adaption of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, but instead of following of infamous star-crossed lovers we follow Romeo’s first love and Juliet’s cousin, Rosaline.

In this adaption Rosaline, or Rosie as she’d like to be known, is a storytime vlogger who after a brief hiatus is back and ready to talk about the craziness in her life, which also happens to be some of the craziness in her family’s lives.

We’re a third of the way done the series now, but it’s never too late to watch!

Here’s our playlist!

And here’s the newest episode:

Do you bookworms watch a lot of literary inspired webseries? What are they?

Hag-Seed by Margaret Atwood Review

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Publication: October 6th 2016
Publisher:  Hogarth
Pages:  293 pages
Source: Christmas Present (Thanks Dad! :D)
Genre: Fiction, Adult, Retelling, Fantasy, Canadian Literature
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤

The Tempest is on the list of my favourite Shakespearean plays (Hamlet will always be first, no changing that no matter how much magic you try to use to against me Prospero). It’s strange play, not a tragedy but it is tragic, not a comedy but it is funny. The proper genre for this play is a Romance, and most of Shakespeare’s Romances are odd plays that no one seems to remember exist. Continue reading