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
Recently we celebrated International Women's Day, and Working Mother wanted to make sure you got a big dose of inspiration. Then it was shared by SheHeroes, and then it was shared from me to you! Hope these brighten your day.
The next book I finished was my audiobook of Dead Beat by Jim Butcher, book 7 in the Dresden Files series. These books may be structured in a formulaic way, but there are definitely plotlines getting more intense as the story arch progress, and the writing is HILARIOUS! I laugh out loud (yes I actually … Continue reading March Reads in Review
Okay, this was just too good not to share. You'll probably get some laughs out of it whether you read fantasy or not. Cheers.
In March, the first book I finished was Lost Girls by Alan Moore, illustrated by Melinda Gebbie. THIS BOOK IS XXX-RATED SUPER TABOO SMUT EROTICA PORNOGRAPHY full of GAY SEX, GROUP SEX, and INCEST! So definitely don't look into this title if that is not what you want to read. That said, this is a … Continue reading March Reads in Review
I found this really inspiring. Thanks to The Scene (on Facebook and net).
If you've never heard of Brainpickings, you are missing out. This literary site will engage your brain in the most illustrious of thoughts, dazzle you with pictures, and seduce you with some of the best writers our world has yet known.
The reason why saying NO is so important? Saying No Reveals People’s True Natures! Thanks, Poly.Land!
Remember when this was a thing? I'd like to bring it back. Because jokes about coffee make the day a little more bearable, don't you agree?