2022 Reading Review: The Watchers

Let’s talk a stroll through the woods of Connemara Ireland and talk about the horror novel “The Watchers” by A. M. Shine.…

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Political Scandals: Why Nothing Changes

Political scandals and bad policies are running amok these days. And I think there are three big things that explain why nothing changes despite outrage.…

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2022 Reading Review: Sistersong

Let’s fall into the world of magic and mystery in an ancient Celtic world. Here’s my review for Lucy Holland’s “Sistersong”.…

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Body Positivity: The Beauty Industry and What SHOULD Be Important

We all have our own ideas about what the Body Positivity movement should be about. So, I wanted to write down my personal take on the subject.…

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2022 Reading Review: Calm The F*** Down

Ladies and gents, I FINALLY finished this book! Oh, and now I have to figure out the review for it. Well, no characters (unless you count inserting yourself into this self-help book as a character).…

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2022 Reading Review: The Near Witch

Let’s talk about books! In this entry, I’m writing about “The Near Witch” by V. E. Schwab. Interested in knowing more about it before reading it? Check out this entry!…

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Politicians, Strikes, and Wage Gaps

Honestly, a very belated rant from when the UK was experiencing a rail strike.…

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Abortion: A Rant on All My Issues with this Debate

We’ve all got our opinions about the Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade. And everything I felt regarding the issue just HAD to come out. So, here’s a rant on ALL the things I think are connected to the abortion debate that we really need to address.…

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Generational Bias: Can We Not?

I’m so sick of people having prejudices against different generations. Whether we’re trash-talking the old or the young, it’s just not helping anyone and causing more problems. So, I’m ranting about it.…

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2022 Reading Review: “Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine”

I’m digging further into my reading list in 2022. And the first book I finished in June was “Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine”. Spoiler: I’m recommending this book! Want to know some more about it? Check out this review!…

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A. A. Jean Has Too Much to Say: “Gotham”

I’ve been saving up a lot of thoughts regarding the show “Gotham” for years now. And, man, I’m tired of writing things and not sharing them. So, here’s a rant.…

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Emotions: How To Deal With Them

A follow-up to my entry about why emotions should be felt and acknowledged, this entry is talking about different suggestions for feeling and acknowledging your emotions.…

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Emotions: Why We Should Feel and Acknowledge Them

We’re all taught that our emotions are bad and make us weak, so we attempt to suppress them. But this is actually harmful and it doesn’t allow us to use our emotions to grow and learn. In this entry, I’m talking about how we should actually be handling our emotions and how they benefit us.…

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Quotes and Themes from “Something Wicked This Way Comes”

Honestly, I’m missing English class and I wanna rant about good book quotes and themes.

And I just like digging a little deeper into materials. Don’t know if I’ll keep up entries like these, but trying it out for now.…

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2022 Reading Review: “Something Wicked This Way Comes”

Whether you’re a fan of MacBeth or the Harry Potter films, you’re familiar with the saying. Something Wicked This Way Comes… In fact, it was that quote that made me pick up this book in…

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Labels: Our Identifiers and Rules for Using Them

We’re all addicted to labels. Deny it all you want to, but we’re all looking for them. We want to apply them to others, and we want our own as well. When I say labels,…

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2022 Reading Review: “Grendel”

More than a decade’s worth of moons before, I read Beowulf. If you were an English major, I assume you might have as well. I’m going to admit something to you, readers: I don’t remember…

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Ranting About Literature—Victorian Authoresses and Their Badassery

Yeah, I’ve got another rant in me about Victorian Literature. This time though, my focus is on the female authors of the time and how they were badasses. Wish I’d been this vocal in college.…

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2022 Reading Review: “Make It Happen”

Alright, this review is gonna deviate from my normal setup. Because this isn’t a fictional novel—it’s a self-improvement, personal development, spiritual kinda book. So, there are no characters to talk about. Well, unless you count…

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Ranting About Literature—Victorian Heroines and their own Badassery

What’s that? You thought I was done ranting about literature after my post about Classic Literature, Shakespeare, and Time-Traveling While Reading? Nah. I got a lot more to rant about. So, let’s move on Victorian…

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2022 Reading Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

I can’t wait to talk to you about Addie LaRue. Who? There was a little more rhyming there than I meant to include, but who doesn’t love a poem—or two! Okay, I’ll stop. The Invisible…

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Ranting About Literature—Shakespearean Characters, and the Need to Time-Travel When Reading

Once upon a time, I went on a rant. Okay, maybe it was more than just once. There were probably a few times. In fact, rants aren’t uncommon for me. Y’all don’t see me, sitting…

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2022 Reading Review: Lost Boy

Y’all ever just read a book and think, Where has this been all my life? That’s sort of how I felt reading Lost Boy by Christina Henry. While I think retellings and reimaginings of stories…

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2022 Reading Review: “Temeraire”

Who doesn’t love dragons? Who wouldn’t want to have their own dragon? Don’t tell me you’ve never dreamed about that! What if you were living in a world where dragons, not only existed, but were…

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2022 Reading Review: “O Caledonia”

O Caledonia. It feels like something I would sigh while staring out the window on a rainy day. And somehow the book feels that way too. Though, looking out my window, it’s Glasgow and not…

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2022 Reading Review: “A Glasgow Kiss”

If y’all know me and my millions of passions (personalities?), you know I love Glasgow. So, when I saw a hot pink cover featuring the title A Glasgow Kiss on the shelves of my local…

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2022 Reading Review: “The Alchemist”

Do you know how hard it is for me to just write the word alchemist and not have it be preceded by fullmetal? Harder than it should be! I rocked through The Alchemist in one…

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What is Masculinity and Femininity?

Woof. This is a question. And here I go, trying to define what I’ve researched or read—and yet what I still know I need to learn more about. As someone who is very passionate and…

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2022 Reading Review: “Ariadne”

A book about a woman with a message many can relate to. Ariadne, written by Jennifer Saint, is the retelling of the Greek myth of the titular Ariadne. She’s known for aiding Theseus in his…

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2022 Reading Review: “The Night Circus”

Get lost in the fantastical. It’s always worth it.

Some minor spoilers ahead. Proceed with caution.…

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How Fantasy, Horror, and Sci-Fi Awaken Magic and Wisdom

There’s still so many people today who put down fantasy, horror, and science fiction as literature. Here are 3 big things that these genres awaken in readers!…

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Chadwick Boseman: Wakanda Forever

I am not a big watcher of films. I rarely go to the cinema and unless it’s something I’m super eager for, or the occasional friend begs me to go, I’m waiting until home release.…

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Addressing My Fears of Being Out There

I have hemmed and hawed about making this website for a long while. I couldn’t decide what I wanted it to be or what I wanted to disclose about myself. I know if I’m starting…

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