Reading Challenge 2020: May

If everything goes to plan, I will have both May and June's challenge posts written and posted before July's end. I'm laughing if you think I'm organized enough to also have July's book done and ready...in July. I'm working on it, that's all I have to say. Also, to be fair to me, I actually... Continue Reading →

Reading the Classics: Pride and Prejudice

As I write this, I am currently watching the 1995 BBC version of Pride and Prejudice, and as soon as this version is over, I will be watching the 2005 film version with Keira Knightley. I LOVE this story. I first read Pride and Prejudice my freshmen year of high school: my family had just... Continue Reading →

Reading Challenge 2020: April

Hello! Last time I checked, today is Thursday towards the end of June...and knowing that this post is technically for April just really fits with my personality and aesthetic. 🙂 The challenge book for April was A Long Petal of the Sea by Isabel Allende, challenge being to "read a book that was originally published... Continue Reading →

Review: Pride

Okay, taking a brief hiatus from haikus and Pokémon Go (yeah, I still play it) to bring you a BOOK post! I honestly couldn’t tell you how many times I sat down to write this post, only to be distracted by haikus, Pokémon Go, guacamole, or the book I’m writing. I’ll just say...I finished reading... Continue Reading →

So many of the stories that have moved, taught, encouraged, inspired, and stuck with me throughout my life have been written by women. Some of these are pictured above. Happy International Women's Day to all of the incredible women out there!

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