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I’m reading a beautiful novel called “The Well of Loneliness” by Radclyffe Hall, which takes place in the 1920’s and is classified as “Lesbian fiction.” It’s considered to be the very first novel to condemn homophobia and the unfair treatment of gay people. 1,587 more words

The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien

Rating: 5/5 Stars


I’m going to admit something here. It’s really easy for me to write reviews for the obscure books I read thanks to random book generation. 469 more words


Spider has just claimed victory, on my old wooden chest...

I open the rusty latch on the barn door.

The moment I step inside, I feel sick.

I can see the old wooden chest in the corner. 125 more words


The Arkadians

 I have only re-read six books in my life – The Arkadians is, as of today, one of those six. I cannot describe this story without first expressing that just thinking about this book makes me want to scream with happiness… Yeah, I know, it’s a bizarre reaction to a “children’s” book, but i simply cannot contain my level love for this wonderfully, adorable, charming, and uniquely enchanting story. 184 more words

"Schemas, Who Am I?"

After writing personal statements, bios, filling out “about me” sections, answering interview questions, and writing a preface for my poetry book it is easy for me to understand myself, but it took a long time to understand this fluid construct of a “self-concept” that consist of my conception and expression of my individuality. 601 more words


Dead in the Water

The Lusitania and World War I. Each in itself are complex and interesting topics to explore. But to see how they intersect is far more intriguing. 350 more words

Book Review

Book Review–Jack of Souls (Unseen Moon #1) by Stephen C. Merlino

The Jack of Souls by Stephen C. Merlino
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I’m very happy to find a new author in the Seattle area and am impressed with Stephen’s creativity and writing. 547 more words