Down to the last 24 hours of NaNoWriMo, so did I make the race against time?
On Friday, I definitely said I was going to be doing a Poetry Place post today, but I was incorrect— that's what I get for not sleeping. Still got two more weeks until Poetry Place, sorry about that. Today is for Bookworms and Bookworms only. So do you remember that book I hinted at, during…Read more Firefly Lane– A Book Review
The difference between what we need and what we want in this world and why one may be everything to us; the other gives us nothing at all.
Another Bookworms post for your Tuesday and I’m bringing you one of the books that I come back to every summer. Each year, I always have this list of books to read, to finally get my hands on with the hope that I can use the plethora of time I like think summers hold. Then…Read more The Truth About Forever– A Book Review
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
Today, I’ve got something new to share with you all— not a poem, but a story about… Well, other stories. This week I had the privilege of participating in a senior project that I was so lucky to be a part of and now, you can be a small part of it too. Welcome to…Read more Exploring the Unknown– The Human Library