Saturday Symphony- Timeless Literature

Jude is the host of Saturday Symphony

For you, forever



This week, share a bit of your all-time favourite works of literature.
The ones you have read over and over again.
A novel, poetry, story, thesis, and the like.
No obligation to post the original, but quoting is okay.
Just let it inspire your post,
And tell us where the inspiration came from.

You’re more than welcome to use art, images, and any form of writing for your post.

Be sure to Pingback to this feature edition, so others can join in. And so I can find you and feature your post in Saturday’s edition.


I do love reading.

And my favorite genres are crime fiction and historical romances. But there is one genre that I love above these two and that is humor.

Since I am old school, I love PG Woodhouse. His sense of humor was just perfect and the way he told the story, it had me in stitches.

I am sharing some quotes from his books.

If you haven’t come across this genius of a writer, please do read him and I assure you that you will love his sense of humor.

Thanks, Jude for giving me the opportunity to share my favorite writer’s work.



32 thoughts on “Saturday Symphony- Timeless Literature

  1. Wow Sadje, these are amazing shares. The one of the dead beetle really got me.
    I loooove this post, and I’m definitely going to save and read again.
    It’s early Christmas morning, have to go grill the turkey.
    You’re my last beautiful symphony entry.
    Merry merry Christmas Sadje.
    You’ve been so dear this year🎄🌷🧡

    Liked by 1 person

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