A Slower Paced April

I decided I'd better take some time to slow things down. I've been doing too much lately, and it makes me distracted, scatter-brained, and generally less efficient. So I'm going to take the month of April to work on peace, calm, "simplify simplify simplify." What does this state look like for you? I'll check in … Continue reading A Slower Paced April

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March Reads in Review

Allegiant by Veronica Roth This is the third and final book of the Divergent trilogy, and it is similar to its first two predecessors in being a thrilling, fast-paced read full of action and good, sparse writing. It took me a couple tries to jump back in, however, because the author does something in this book she … Continue reading March Reads in Review

March Reads in Review

Cinder by Marissa Meyer This book, which I experienced via audiobook, led me in several directions. For the first full disk (1 of 8) I didn't like the writing style or the voice acting. I thought it was subpar, and I wasn't sure if the book would be worth my time to finish. Somewhere in the … Continue reading March Reads in Review

Sci&Fi Saturday

Advancements in science constantly blur the line between what is real and what was previously thought to be only science fiction. How soon before "instant learning" allows us to download skills and information? From the blog Visual Magick. Meanwhile, your clothing (Tech Insider) and hair (Cultural Colectiva) can both interact with your surrounding environment!!  

Diversity in Representation

In case you were looking for some totally badass female authors of color, here's the newest from HuffPo interviewing Glory Edim of Well-Read Black Girl. I'll add to the list two personal favorites, Octavia Butler and Ntozake Shange. Then HuffPo went and did it again with these 34 poets of color, kudos!!! This reminded me to tell you … Continue reading Diversity in Representation

March Reads in Review

Insurgent by Veronica Roth is the second book of the trilogy which started with Divergent. This story continues to be gripping, fast-paced, unpredictable, and fresh. I hit a little bit of a lull at one point and I had to look at why: I don't like it when main character/love interests aren't getting along. So, … Continue reading March Reads in Review