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Review: "The Summer Prince" by Alaya Dawn Johnson

In the 17th century, fugitive slaves founded a free community in the mountains of northeastern Brazil. They called it Palmares. Contemporary accounts describe the courtyards and the fountains, the churches and council meetings of that sprawling settlement, which survived for decades before a concerted military effort by Portuguese colonists wiped it out in 1695. 612 more words

Romance

The Anatomical Shape of a Heart by Jenn Bennett

Artist Beatrix Adams knows exactly how she’s spending the summer before her senior year. Determined to follow in Da Vinci’s footsteps, she’s ready to tackle the one thing that will give her an advantage in a museum-sponsored scholarship contest: drawing actual cadavers. 563 more words

Review: "Isla and the Happily Ever After" (AATFK #3) by Stephanie Perkins

The reason I’m writing this post literally minutes after my post on Lola and the Boy Next Door is because I don’t want to delay my thoughts on this adorable book for another 518 days like I did with the last one.  579 more words

Romance

Review: "Lola and the Boy Next Door" (AATFK #2) by Stephanie Perkins

As promised, I started reading Lola and the Boy Next Door as soon as I finished Anna and the French Kiss, 518 DAYS AGO. 752 more words

Romance

"Hey! Wait! Hipster Viking!"

There are two things of great import in Ms. Marvel trade volume 3.  The first is that Loki guest stars in an issue and gets called a hipster Viking, which is, objectively, the best thing.  887 more words

Feminism

Vignettes of Love: Then {1980} & Now {2016}

There are no set rules when it comes to love. There’s no set amount of time in which love is “supposed” to take hold. We don’t have to be a certain age to build a foundation for something lasting, nor do we need to be ready for a lasting relationship. 804 more words

Right Here, Right Now

366 Poems: February 24th, 2016

Holding Hands

In the morning when we walk out of the band room,

your hand always somehow finds its way to mine

and I wonder, 138 more words

Poetry