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Reading in progress - September 2017

This September I’m in the middle of reading more than a few books. I’m trying to motivate myself to read more often. Therefore I picked more books than usual. 324 more words

Monthly Reading Review

ICHF: Dorian Gray

The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde is an incredibly fun read.  Oscar Wilde is most well-known for his comedy work, and has a real biting wit if you’re the kind of person who knows a lot of words.  542 more words

Creepy Columns

The hate that dare not speak its name

AUSTRALIA is fighting a very old battle. It’s been Trojan-Horsed into every household in the form of the Turnbull Government’s postal survey on federal marriage law. 841 more words

LGBTIQ Equality

False love

In the Picture of Dorian Gray, there is a horrible scene that reminds me of Frankenstein with the passion of the Dr. Frankenstein, an obsessive, idealistic passion he has for his work. 246 more words


September 19th - Our Lady of the Silver Foot, Toul in Lorraine, France (1284)

The Harlot’s House 

We caught the tread of dancing feet,
We loitered down the moonlit street,
And stopped beneath the harlot’s house.

Inside, above the din and fray, 197 more words


How to add a friends quirks to your character

We all have them, those irritating, funny, or lovable people who make our lives complete.

Without an aggravating co-worker, who would we bitch about? 

What would our BBQ be without the life of the party friend? 299 more words


The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

Title: The Picture of Dorian Gray
Author: Oscar Wilde
Year Published: 1891
Pages: 253
Rating: ☆☆☆☆

I read The Picture of Dorian Gray several years ago when I was in High School, but I’m really glad I came back to this novel as I got so much more out of it the second time round. 257 more words