Bridget Bradshaw

The Art of the Letter

by Bridget Bradshaw June 13, 2019

It seems the more technology that gets invented, the less hard-copy communication we have. Mailboxes are now full of advertisements and bills, and sometimes not even that; everything is moving online. I am not saying this is a bad thing, not at all. The convenience that comes with the internet is unparalleled. I could never […]

Read the full article →

Review: The Girl in Red by Christina Henry

by Bridget Bradshaw June 8, 2019

Christina Henry’s The Girl in Red takes the well-tread story of Little Red Riding Hood and combines it with today’s fascination with dystopian apocalypse scenarios. It’s not necessarily new to put a dark and gritty spin on old fairy tales, but it doesn’t always stick the landing. In this case, I think it does. Instead […]

Read the full article →

Modern Adaptations – To Make the Old New Again

by Bridget Bradshaw June 6, 2019

What is it about some stories that we want to hear them again and again? When looking at the realm of modern storytelling, a good amount of content, whether written, filmed, or otherwise, has been adapted from somewhere else. Book to movie adaptations have become more and more popular lately, but that is a conversation […]

Read the full article →