How does someone define what good poetry looks like? For some people, it’s what sounds beautiful, what makes them feel something. Even if all that can be is a little less alone. So today, I’m doing a bit of a crossover between my poetry and book review monthly features to review two poetry books: one…Read more Two Poets, One Post– A Poetry Book Review
Here I am, with two YA books for you that each touch on LGBT topics and a bigger picture of love or adjusting to who we are that tie them both together.
As much as I hate to say it, I haven't had much time to read this past month. After going through two books in April and watching the time go by, somehow it's already week three of May and well, welcome to another Bookworms post. I've got one of my favorite books for you. I…Read more The Perks of Being A Bibliophile
Another month has passed and unfortunately, I’ve only had enough time to get my hands on two books to read all the way through. Not that I’m trying to advertise or anything, but for someone doesn’t seem to have a whole lot of time these days, Audible really does come in clutch with fitting time…Read more A Book A Day Keeps the Insanity Away
Happy Spring Break for me and Bookworms #2 day for you! With a little more time in the past few days, I have not one, but two books to talk about today. Both of them tie into this idea of adolescence lost; neither quite by choice but in very different ways. Only the second book…Read more Another Day Another Book
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