Leap Year

I thought this was a leap year. March came too soon. Rent was due yesterday. Can I get an extra day, since I figured there was a February 29, 1998? That only makes sense. What I mean, really, is that… Read More ›

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  • Serial Writing

    I am starting a new writing series! For the next few weeks, I will be expanding 1 sentence topics and turning them into short stories to dwell on subjects I have trapped in my head that are hard to get… Read More ›

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  • Freelancing

    It’s been months since I read a book. How sad is that? All I keep doing is adding the books I buy to my Goodreads account and think “Man, I really want to get back to this,” but have yet… Read More ›

  • Grad School and Book Writing…

    For the last several years, I have been seriously struggling with what I want to do with my life. As some of my followers may know, I started college as a Journalism major, ready to take on the world with… Read More ›

  • Stream of Consciousness #1

    Okay so I have recently convinced myself to start writing everyday, and last night I randomly wrote a stream of consciousness session without any previous dwelling. Hopefully I will always have the guts to post these and continue to learn… Read More ›

  • Prized Values in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility

    Jane Austen as a moralist writes a hybrid novel that promotes conservative as well as progressive ideals that is Sense and Sensibility. The treasured motifs expressed that envelop these distinctions are financial affairs, social mobility, a marriage of affection and… Read More ›

  • Senior Year Literature Major

    Okay, finally it’s here. Year 4. I say finally in a bittersweet manner because frankly, studying and reading is what I am good at! I have no clue how I am going to live after graduation! This semester I am… Read More ›

  • Gilbert Markham in The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte

    Gilbert Markham as a Predatory Male in The Tenant of Wildfell Hall At the end of The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, readers mostly see it as a triumph of love and matrimony; where a bad husband dies, and a better… Read More ›

  • My Blogging Experience (so far)

    With the semester approaching it’s end, my college journalism class  asked it’s students to write a post that summarizes our experiences of becoming  bloggers. First, I’d like to say that I have been wanting to do this since I was a… Read More ›

  • Book Slideshow

    Okay, so my latest assignment in the college journalism class I am taking asked students to create a slideshow of pictures to tell a story that pertains to their blog topic. I created mine that tells the story of books with… Read More ›

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