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Looking at the same thing, but a different picture through this other frame of mind.

Beginning today this is the written version of every layer that is me; my thoughts as I examine my memories with an internal commentary layered with metaphors, thought provoking analogies- it will be playful, intense, sad, infuriating, yet delightful. 385 more words

Review | Fates & Furies by Lauren Groff

2 stars

Lotto and Mathilde have it all. They’re both enigmatic and dazzling with the perfect marriage and they’re the perfect couple. But every marriage has two side and nothing is ever as it seems on the surface. 119 more words


Passion a great force that unleashes creativity

I like to put my emotions into thoughts landing into words that often may appear as a confusing pattern, that could slow a persons comprehension to gather and connect the dots. 30 more words

Lauren Groff

Fates and Furies

So I listened to this book on audiobook. Halfway through, I came to a real point of struggle as to whether or not I wanted to finish reading the book. 235 more words

Book Review

The Monsters of Templeton, Lauren Groff

From the inside cover: “The day I returned to Templeton steeped in disgrace, the fifty-foot corpse of a monster surfaced in Lake Glimmerglass.”

So begins The Monsters of Templeton, a novel spanning two centuries: part ghost story, this spellbinding novel is at its core a tale of how one town holds the secrets of a family. 1,753 more words

Book Review

Fates and Furies - Lauren Groff

The blurb reads that every sort has two sides, two perspectives and that the key to a great marriage is not its truths but its secrets. 309 more words