Hey there! I have recently finished my re-read of The Shining. It took me 2 full weeks to get through it; re-reads are just so tough for me! Even though it was roughly 5 years and many other books ago, I just couldn't focus knowing that I already knew the ending! Blame it on the… Continue reading More of the King Tour
Good morning! 🌅 I've changed up a couple of things since my last blog post and wanted to update everyone! I've created a reading/book account on Instagram, as I felt that constant reading posts on my personal page was boring the hell out of everyone. Why not target people who want to see those posts… Continue reading Bookstagram & the Reading Challenge
I picked up this book at Half Price because I'm a huge advocate of the Classics. Classic anything; movies, music, books... I'll read it just to be able to say I've done it. I was captivated right off the bat; I never buy a book unless the first few sentences pull me in. I got… Continue reading The Catcher in the Rye Review
“Thinking I’m a moron gives people something to feel smug about. Why should I disillusion them?” Are you familiar with Charles Wallace’s character in A Wrinkle in Time? I’m completely fascinated with this book, especially the exceptional five year old. I’m halfway through the book. I honestly picked it up at Barnes and Noble when… Continue reading Get comfortable with being uncomfortable
When I first moved in with my boyfriend, I felt like I no longer had a place. I felt like everything in our apartment was his; all I had was a bathroom and my bookshelves. Did I blame him at first? Absolutely. Was it his fault? Absolutely not. He had lived by himself for something… Continue reading Words are pure magic.
It's a gray day. The wind blows and rain falls outside, but I'm tucked safely in a classroom. It's a long, powerfully boring day of training at work. Safety, hazardous materials, standard procedures... You name it. If it puts you to sleep, we're brushing up on it. I've worked here for four months, and I'm… Continue reading Dream Journal: I feel the pressure in my head.
There's nothing more humbling than the ocean. To think that we get to live in this world and admire all of this is amazing to me. I'm sitting ocean-side in South Carolina, looking out from my balcony on the 17th floor of the building, and you can see until the end of the world. There… Continue reading
I remember the exact moment that I learned to be embarrassed by my emotions. I was eight. I'd been going to public school for less than a week, and I had one friend. The school was still a strange place to me, and it was actually the first week I'd ever been away from either… Continue reading
I started this book the other day. I'm not usually one to read older literature. I'm a reader through-and-through, but I tend to lean more towards newer stuff that's easier to understand. The English language has changed so much over the years! But, only a couple of chapters in, I've found myself pretty engrossed in… Continue reading The Last Tycoon