Today's transits - January 29, 2015 - Thursday

Urania, Muse of Astronomy, holds a globe in her left hand and a pencil in her right.  She inspires man to look up to the heavens and ask “Why”. 74 more words


Review: The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

***Spoilers without spoilers***

yea…you read that right…..

So I won’t go into the whole entire picking the novel apart bit by bit….there’s really no need for that….it’s been done waaaay too many times…..This book is studied in schools, banned in schools, made into an opera, a film and is on so many book lists it’s just insane….is it deserving of all of that hype? 399 more words


Review: The Wolf Gift by Anne Rice

Although I’m far from an expert in regards to Anne Rice, this did not feel like an Ann Rice book to me. It seemed….errrrr….well….it just wasn’t complicated enough…The characters didn’t seem complex enough….and finally….errrr…and….it was boring…. 178 more words


Don't be a Muppet!!!

Some days I really get tired of social media…Some days I really get tired of work…Some days I just want to be all by myself…. 733 more words


La Zenoteida o la odisea de Zenódoto.

Cuenta, ¡oh Urania!, los viajes de eras pasadas.
Que después de destruidas las colonias del hombre,
Viajamos a un nuevo destino en la eterna noche. 201 more words

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Review: Carrots by Colleen Helme

I absolutely loved this book. Every word of it. I’ve found another series to make me laugh out loud. The characters were so much fun. … 212 more words


My Review: Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri

First I need to tell you guys something….are you ready for my confession? Okay, here goes….I am not a fan of short stories. After Alice Munro won the Nobel Prize in Literature, I figured it was time that I downloaded one of her books to try it. 748 more words