Posts Tagged ‘READing’

We all love to veg. After long weeks of work, classes, projects and social events we all enjoy the lazy weekends where we wake up, move to the couch and binge-watch our favorite Netflix show. But after a few days like this, we often feel tired and lethargic rather than recharged. It’s like we’re hung-over […]

I’ve been a YA (young adult) fiction nerd since I was about 11 years old, and as such, I’ve read so many books in this genre that I sometimes feel like I’ve seen all it has to offer. Yet every so often, a book comes along that surprises me by completely changing the game and […]

“We are thinking about our kids, our lack of kids, about finances and fiancées and soon-to-be ex-wives are having, about loneliness and love and death and Dad, and this constant crowd is like a fog on a dark road; you just keep driving and watch it dissipate in your low beams” (106). With all families, […]

*BEFORE READING PLEASE NOTE: There are actions spoken about in this novel and review that can be triggering to certain individuals. Please read with caution. At what point should we be left to choose for ourselves? At what point have we done so much wrong that we are no longer allowed to choose for ourselves? […]

There are billions of ways of life that exist in the world. Within the United States alone, there are five different geographic perceptions, many different religious practices and millions of varying ideas about family constructs. Tara Westover explains how her perception of the world changes through religion, family and geography and how that helped her […]