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2022 December Wrap-up

Post by bloggers who participate in A Very Dickens Christmas

Bookstooge’s Reviews on the Road review A Christmas Carol read by Patrick Stewart 

Read Lucille and Clifton (a Christmas-time Caribbean tale of gothic horror) by Jhohadli

Thank you to those that did participate this year.

My Very Dickens Post

Dark Gothic Tales to Read upon a Midnight Dreary

Victorian Ghost Stories: An Oxford Anthology

The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chamber


Monster Hunter International

The Edge Chronicles: Beyond the Deepwoods


Three Thousand Years of Longing

Blog Post

2022 Year in Movies

2022 Year in Books

Link up:

Bookworms Monthly

Best of the Bunch

What On Your Bookshelf

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  1. I’d love to hear Patrick Stewart read A Christmas Carol.

    And to celebrate the new year…
    Here’s a bit from a lovely old (1850!) poem:

    “Ring out the old, ring in the new,
    Ring, happy bells, across the snow:
    The year is going, let him go;
    Ring out the false, ring in the true…

    Ring out a slowly dying cause,
    And ancient forms of party strife;
    Ring in the nobler modes of life,
    With sweeter manners, purer laws…

    Ring out false pride in place and blood,
    The civic slander and the spite;
    Ring in the love of truth and right,
    Ring in the common love of good.”

    And a toast: Here’s to a year of wonderful reads and small joys!

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  2. Happy New Year, may 2023 bring you great blessings. On Christmas Eve we watched a BBC production of Simon Callow reading A Christmas Carol, I found it so much easier to understand and enjoy compared to reading the book.

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  3. I hope you have a wonderful 2023! I think most of my movie watching this past year was re-watches of old favorites with a handful of new ones scattered in here and there. I am terrible about keeping track of the movies I watch. Thank you for sharing your year in books post! I enjoyed looking through all the books you read last year! Happy New Year!

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  4. Those books look quite dark! I haven’t seen that version of Pinocchio before, but I love the imagery, so I’m sure I would enjoy it.


  5. Happy New Year! I just joined in your BookWorms post and look forward to stopping by more often now that I’ve found your blog. I would love to hear Patrick Stewart read Dickens – sounds perfect! I watched a little over their shoulders as my daughter and her boyfriend watched Pinocchio last week and thought it was good – but dark!

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