Review: Something is Killing The Children

Believing is a different thing than knowing. You’re old enough to know that there aren’t monsters in this world. But you don’t believe that. Not really. You hear a noise in the woods, or see a shadow shaped wrong and you’re still afraid. Comixology is fantastic! I may not have ever been a comics girl … Continue reading Review: Something is Killing The Children

Online Book Club Review | It’s Hard To Be A Vampire by Viktoria Faust

General Information This is my first published review for Online Book Club, a site that readers can use to read and review books with some structure involved! As you go along, Online Book Club also compensates its readers for some of their reviews; if you meet all their criteria! I would be eternally grateful if … Continue reading Online Book Club Review | It’s Hard To Be A Vampire by Viktoria Faust

Poem of the Day ~ Everyone Sang by Siegfried Sassoon

Everyone Sang by Siegfried Sassoon Everyone suddenly burst out singing;And I was filled with such delightAs prisoned birds must find in freedom,Winging wildly across the whiteOrchards and dark-green fields; on – on – and out of sight. Everyone’s voice was suddenly lifted;And beauty came like the setting sun:My heart was shaken with tears; and horrorDrifted … Continue reading Poem of the Day ~ Everyone Sang by Siegfried Sassoon

Story of the Day: Ethical Consumption

Prompt: Mudlark I’m trying to do one creative thing a day, which isn’t really productive but is meaningful. This is for Sammi Cox’s weekend writing prompt! I loved the idea of this, but I know this is not the best execution. For those of you who don’t know, the exchange rate is $1 to PKR … Continue reading Story of the Day: Ethical Consumption

Book Review: My Body Is My Business by Melissa Todd

I’ve never read anything by Melissa Todd before this, but the premise was fairly interesting. A woman drops out of Oxford to work in the sex industry and is now telling us her story almost 25 years later as she works as a dominatrix and porn star! I think this was definitely a take in … Continue reading Book Review: My Body Is My Business by Melissa Todd

Diomedes Speaks of Fame ~ Burt Porter

For some reason I’ve decided to end the year by regularly reading something on Jstor; why I picked this as a hobby is a good question because I have no idea. But here we are. But I’ve always been a big fan of the Trojan War, and at some point Diomedes was someone I really … Continue reading Diomedes Speaks of Fame ~ Burt Porter

Letters of Note ~ Shaun Usher

Letters of Note ~ Shaun Usher There is, perhaps, a voyeuristic tendency in all of us, when it comes to reading other people’s correspondence. Something that Shawn capitalizes on in the most extraordinary way possible. Of course, he can’t possibly include every single beautiful letter possible, he can certainly include those that make your heartache. … Continue reading Letters of Note ~ Shaun Usher

Although the wind

Although the windby Izumi Shikibu Translated by Jane Hirshfield with Marino Aratani Although the winblows terribly here, the moonlight also leaks between the roof planks of this ruined house. Continue reading Although the wind

The Overstory | Richard Powers ~ Books in my #TBRStack

The Overstory by Richard Powers is one of those books that you saw everywhere at a certain point! Continue reading The Overstory | Richard Powers ~ Books in my #TBRStack