REVIEW: The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

Most of my reviews this year have been non-fiction as I've been focusing a lot of increasing my understanding and knowledge base. However, half way through the year, I hit a wall. I couldn't do anymore non-fiction, but I wanted to keep trying. Basically, that resulted in me not reading for two months. Last weekend, …

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REVIEW: This Changes Everything (2019 Documentary)

I'm in the midst of reading an extremely powerful book about residential schools in Canada. However, the subject matter is very difficult, so it is a challenging read. Yet, it has been a long time since I posted on this blog. So when I saw this incredible documentary recently, I knew I had my next …

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Top Ten Tweets from C.G. Drews (@PaperFury)

I'm not much for Twitter, and though I do have an account, it is mostly retweets or these blog posts. However, one of my favourite people to follow on Twitter is C.G. Drews (@PaperFury). She is the author of A Thousand Perfect Notes and The Boy Who Steals Houses. I have not read either title, …

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A Blogger Recommends: Lesbian Content

I'm back, folks! Thank you for all your patience with me. School has been keeping me busy and unable to do much reading of my own choice. Today, I wanted to share another recommendation as a blogger. This time, I will be recommending some lesbian content. I won't bore you with my own musings, but …

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Top Ten Harry Potter Fan Theories

When in doubt (and swamped with school work), I go back to the basics and jump into the stories that I will forever love! For something fun, I did a bit of research and found some enjoyable Harry Potter theories created by fans. Some have more evidence in canon than others, but they are all …

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An Open Letter to the 65 Women who say Kavanaugh ‘has always been a good person’

First of all, I haven't been overly involved in politics and I'm definitely not American (Canadian and proud), but this situation is hard to ignore. So I wanted to put down some of my thoughts in writing. And hey, guess what, I happen to have a blog. So I guess you are coming along for …

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REVIEW: Wolf by Wolf – Ryan Graudin

Hey lovely readers! Thank you for your delightful patience. I working on navigating what this blog looks like while I am also attended two university classes in the evenings, plus my full-time job. I am  hoping to continue with a steady stream of content, but it will likely be more spaced out than normal. This …

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