A candid book review of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley in which I examine just how similar their society is to ours
Listen, I'm gonna be honest here: this one wasn't that interesting to talk about. Sixteen is a collection of--you guessed it--sixteen short stories by young adult authors from the 80s. It had some good ones, it had some not-so-good ones. I enjoyed reading it but it also brought back a lot of... interesting memories about … Continue reading Short Story 101 When You Don’t Like Writing Short Stories
Willoughby is the world's biggest idiot.
*ahem* I would like to make a speech...
why is sherlock holmes still relevant today? it's elementary, my dear watson!
What happens at Disney World after dark? Not nightly clean-up crews, I'll tell you that much!
on this episode of lessons from my bookshelf... a story about a storyteller! whoa, story-ception!
when times are terrible, soup is the answer!
so how did she come to be a writer? all shall be revealed!
I think I've beaten to death the fact that I'm not a horror genre person. I'm a creepy, suspense, spooky genre person. And I can't be the only one in the world who falls into this category. If you, too, like your stories spooky but not scary, then you've come to the right place. The … Continue reading Spooky Not Scary Book Recommendations (And More!)