Category: Literary Reflections

The Power of the Past: Poems from my Childhood

The Power of the Past: Poems from my Childhood

On August 8th my blog will be two years old. Just writing that out makes it feel more real! I started this journey in a time that feels so different from the present, and my blog has grown with me. Today I was going through […]

Being a Bawse

Being a Bawse

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The Szen Zone: Finding Positivity Among Challenges

The Szen Zone: Finding Positivity Among Challenges

It has been quite a while since I have done a book review, and I was sent a copy of Szen Zone in exchange for my honest review. I have been looking forward to writing this post, and the life got in the way. From Monday evening […]

January Book of the Month

My best friend and I have a very unique holiday gift-giving tradition that has broadened my horizons in the reading world. Every December, one of the gifts that we give to each other is a copy of our favorite book from the entire year. Not […]

Book of the Month: September

Seeing as it is now October, I thought I would review my favorite book from the month of September: Floor 21 by Jason Luthor. As some of you may know, I love dystopian fiction. I am currently taking a college course that discusses the multitude of perspectives […]

Book Review: The Kane Chronicles Book One–The Red Pyramid

For this book review, I decided to review the first book in a series by one of my favorite authors: Rick Riordan. You may know him from the Percy Jackson series and the Heroes of Olympus series (reviews on those to come! 🙂 ), but this series […]

Book Review: A Dog’s Life

I thought I would begin my book review series with my all-time favorite book. It was not until recently that I decided this is my favorite book (deciding a favorite is much easier said than done! 🙂 ), but I came to realize it was […]