Miss Daydreamer’s Place

I’m Hannah, I’m the blogger behind Miss Daydreamer’s Place and, as you might have already worked out, that’s me in the above photos. So what else can you be told by me about myself? I’m 28 years and I’m from Birmingham which are in the heart of England. I’ve resided there all my life apart from while I studied English Literature and Linguistics at the University of Manchester for 3 years and I now work as a Library Assistant. I’ve adored reading since I was a child and the genres that I’m especially thinking about are 19th and early 20th century classics, sci-fi and fantasy, mysteries, historical fiction, poetry, and the occasional contemporary book.

I write this website solely for fun and because I want to record my thoughts on the various books which i read and to interact with other readers. I mainly write reviews on this blog but I also prefer to make lists (for example my Top Ten Tuesday content) and to discuss my other passions every once in awhile. Writers: Jane Austen, the Brontes, Edith Wharton, Shakespeare, Arthur Conan Doyle, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Neil Gaiman, Susanna Clarke, and J.K. Films: The Fall, Star Wars, The Princess Bride, Brooklyn, Gladiator, The Shawshank Redemption, Inception, Hugo, Sensibility, and Sense, Les Miserables (2012), and quite a lot of Disney movies.

TV Shows: Avatar, Stranger Things, Sherlock, Doctor Who, Merlin, Firefly, Pushing Daisies, and a great deal of standalone period dramas (North and South 2004 being my number 1 favorite). Musicals: Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera (both the Andrew Lloyd Webber and the Yeston and Kopit versions), THE COLOUR Purple, Elisabeth, Wicked, Beauty, and the Beast, Into the Woods, Oliver, and The Lord of the Rings. Web Series: The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, Nothing Much To Do, From Mansfield with Love, and Elinor and Marianne Take Barton.

You can also find me on Pinterest, And Instagram Twitter. I’m a non-denominational Christian. This is not a “preachy” blog, though in the event you’re wondering. I would talk about my beliefs from time to time but this is really a blog that just so is actually written by a Christian rather than a Christian blog.

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