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John Lewis's March: on Marching and History

The graphic novel memoir is a subgenre that has birthed many classics of the late 20th/early 21st century. There’s Maus by Art Spiegelman, which my edgy high school English teacher got permission to have us read in lieu of… 592 more words


Flashback Friday

As I sit here writing this and gobbling up some yummy papaya I thought of what gave me my love for reading. I remember it being sometime during elementary school, probably around 3rd & 4th grade. 213 more words


A Question for Everyone

Hi dear readers,

In the interest of ensuring the greatest reading pleasure here, please comment below on what type of device you read these posts on (i.e., laptop, iPad, smartphone, iPhone, iMac, PC, etc.). 18 more words

A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas - Book Review

This is the first novel that I have read by this author and I loved it so much, that I just had to read the next book A Court of Mist and Fury (which I’m still currently in the process of doing). 694 more words


What Reading can Teach you about Writing

I’ve been binge reading this January. I’ve read nine books so far: seven fantasy, one historical romance, and one romantic suspense (which I originally thought was mystery/suspense). 2,012 more words

Writing Fiction

#VignetteSeries - Miss Grace Grace

Grace is a character in two upcoming Steampunk novels. I like her, she has beauty and brains. At a time when women were often seen as secondary, Grace refuses to be. 264 more words


Working a different direction

I took an actual vacation day today. I've done this for writing purposes before, but not this time. This time, I wanted to fulfil some reading commitments. 305 more words