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Review: A Walk in the Woods, Bill Bryson

A Walk in the Woods is a book written by Bill Bryson. This book is a travel memoir about Bryson’s journey hiking the Appalachian Trail in America. 225 more words

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Review: Simple Matters: Living With Less But Ending Up With More by Erin Boyle

In case it has gone unnoticed, I am very minimalistic. I’m not necessarily talking about the the all-white aesthetic, but the philosophy. For me less is more, and too much stuff weighs you down. 458 more words

Educated by Tara Westover

By Courtenay

*** I was provided with a copy of this book by the publisher through Netgalley. All opinions are my own.

“My strongest memory is not a memory. 347 more words


Stephen King's: On writing (a parody)

I haven’t actually read this, but since I’ve seen so many reviews of this book today, let’s do the one we’ve all seen.

Something about how it’s not really a full guide, but half an autobiography or memoir or something, and how it’s influenced his writing. 220 more words

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In Blade Runner, the android ‘replicants’ are externally indistinguishable from humans. The only way to tell them apart is to subject them to a barrage of emotionally provocative questions and measure their physiological responses with a polygraph like machine known as the ‘Voigt-Kampff’ test. 2,851 more words

Natural Born Cyborgs

This Year So Far as a Writer

This year has been one of the most successful and stressful for me as a writer. I am in my third semester of a Creative Writing MFA program that requires a bunch of reading and writing, I have done a poetry reading, gotten into a car accident, written a novella, published a novella, worked on several novels and short stories AND had a new baby this year named Zuri.  398 more words

Reading to Write

I intended to engage with writing sources in order to improve my prose writing. I decided to focus on the two books The Geek’s Guide to the Writing Life… 211 more words