Let’s kick off this week’s voting with a bang, shall we? Read More Middlemarch Madness III: Round Three, Vote One
Unless you’ve been living like Robinson Crusoe, you’re probably extremely aware that this weekend is the beginning of the end: the last Harry Potter movie opens in theaters this Friday, and with it, the saga of Mr. Harry Potter draws to a close. Many moviegoers will watch the films and celebrate the story in style – robes, costumes, the works. But what if you want to give a more subtle nod to the books and films that meant so much? Read More Sneaky Harry Potter Style
Here we are again, ready to add four new literary badasses into the Sweet Sixteen. Once again, I don’t think there will be any surprises, but some of the races were closer than I expected. Click on to find out last night’s winners and meet tonight’s batch of contestants. Read More Middlemarch Madness Voting: Day 10
It’s seven o’clock, which means it’s Middlemarch time! After the cut I have last night’s winners, and updated bracket AND the polls for the 7s v. 10s. So don’t say I never gave you anything. Last night’s battles were all super, super close with no more than 10 votes separating the individuals. Curious? Click on!
After exchanging leads multiple times, these are your results from last night.
Junior SciFi/Fantasy/Dystopia division: Luna Lovegood defeats Ginny Weasley
Junior Fiction Division: Laura Ingalls defeats Leslie from Bridge to Terabithia
Adult SciFi/Fantasy/Dystopia division: Angua defeats Fran from The Stand
Adult Fiction Division: Francie Nolan barely defeats Nora from A Doll’s House.
And for tonight’s poll:
After a great week of voting, we’ve narrowed down all four of our divisions to the top sixteen badass ladies of literature. March is going to be so much fun, as long as we don’t have Turtle fans shiving Katniss fans in the comments. Or maybe even if we do… Read More Middlemarch Madness: The 64 Contenders