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Did you ever feel like Obama was “conjured” up by political wizards? An underqualified dingbat, who was dressed up and sold to the American people, via a slick marketing campaign and catchy slogans as a qualified leader? Well, if you felt that way you’d be correct because that’s exactly what happened. ….and you can thank “DOCTOR FRANKENSTEIN” David Axelrod for his “handy work.” Link to email. Amy Moreno is a  Published Author , Pug Lover & Game of Thrones Nerd. You can follow her on…


Coriander 5 Star Award Winner - Authors Talk About It Book Award Contest Frankenstein  meets  The Borrowers . Coriander, a coll...

"In a completely original approach to exploring science, award-winning author Helaine Becker places six different kinds of monsters --- Frankenstein, vampires, bigfoot, zombies, werewolves and sea monsters --- under her microscope to expose the proven scientific principles behind the legends."

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Portrait of Mary Shelley | Framed Print

Halloween decor framed picture of Mary Shelley author of Frankenstein


Monster (Hardcover)


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Camden Lock

#DidYouKnow The #Camden area has been drawing creative types to itself for a long time before the markets arose (in April 1973). Famous authors like #GeorgeOrwell (1984), #MaryShelley (Frankenstein) and #CharlesDickens (Oliver Twist) lived here. #interesting #fact #CamdenMarket #TBT

Romantic Outlaws: The Extraordinary Lives of Mary Wollstonecraft and Her Daughter Mary Shelley by Charlotte Gordon


Mary Shelley’s Handwritten Manuscripts of Frankenstein Now Online for the First Time--could be a nice little example of how even "real" authors revise, make mistakes, etc.


This 'Frankenstein' infographic from Course Hero is as awesome as it is helpful. Check it out!


Mary Shelley (1797-1851). Eloped with a married man (Percy Shelley) at 17; was ostracized by her father. Having just lost her first child and exiled from England, Mary Shelley decided she would, you know, invent an ENTIRE GENRE at the age of 18. Yes, she wrote Frankenstein, the first SF novel, at 18. After Percy Shelley's death, went back to England and supported herself and her son through her writing. Also wrote one of the first apocalyptic novels "The Last Man."