Book Talks and Being a Writer

This morning I was roused from my much-needed slumber to attend a book festival. One of my favorite authors was going to be doing a Q+A session on her new book, this being the only reason I budged. Sadly I had now known about this until a day prior so I was unable to read … Continue reading Book Talks and Being a Writer

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Are Libraries a Thing of The Past?

Do people still go to the library? Because any time I go there now, which admittedly is not that often, the only people I see is the man who's  napping in one of the chairs, the desperate moms trying to pry their kid's sticky hands from the books and the older couples browsing the old … Continue reading Are Libraries a Thing of The Past?

My journey with dyslexia and the advantages and disadvantages

I think a while back I posted a speech I gave at a convention about learning disabilities, which actually got far more views than I expected. In fact, so many that I wanted to investigate why this was. So I took to google and with a quick google search I found the reason why. There … Continue reading My journey with dyslexia and the advantages and disadvantages

Lucky by Tony Hoagland (Summary, Analysis and Review)

Lucky is a poem written by Tony Hoagland, an American author. I just read this poem and found it really quite clever so I thought I would write my thoughts about it here. I often get that with books or poems where I read them and then am left so full of thoughts and feelings … Continue reading Lucky by Tony Hoagland (Summary, Analysis and Review)