Autumn's Idea

Previously published in the Hughson Chronicle-Denair Dispatch

School is starting again. Methinks the summers are shorter, but the forecast tells me otherwise. Camps end. Lessons begin. 704 more words

Family Life

To Kill a Mockingbird: Character Discrimination Mirrors That Have Not Changed

Race and disability are two areas of discrimination that have faced more than their share of discrimination throughout history. Nowhere is this more apparent, and the similarities so visible, than in the movie To Kill a Mockingbird. 918 more words

Educational Papers

Book Lovers Day: My 7 Favourite Reads

Do you love the scent of an old book that has been around for ages? Do you love to buy new books and dog-earing its pages, in hope that someday someone will find it and the book will smell of you? 436 more words

Being A Book Nerd

Creature Comfort

The cat’s name is Finch. We sleep together. More accurately, she sleeps on top of me, and I wake up under the weight of her calico-fur coat, blanketed head to toe in sweat. 598 more words



I’d be the first to admit that I’m not a big fan of American literature. I often find it dry, boring, and lacking real plot and characters. 378 more words

Book Review

I liked this book a lot. It was rather interesting and phenomenal. I don’t know if it’s just me but depending on the book I have read, I tend to look at my environment differently. 106 more words


Book Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

Author: Harper Lee

Publisher: Arrow Books 1989

Rating: 3.5/5

To Kill A Mockingbird is a book that pretty much everyone reads at some point during their lives and this is usually when people are at school. 144 more words