September is over already, which I find incredibly rude. I don’t know where the summer went (although if I’m being brutally honest, it feels like I blinked once in January 2020 when I opened my eyes, I was here). [Photo ID: Government of Canada logo for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, with the… Continue reading Autumn Calling (September Round Up)
This is the first time I've ever abandoned a novel without finishing it. Read more about that, and my thoughts on critiques, here!
A slightly altered version of this review originally appeared on GoodReads. Every once in a while, I read an epic review written by someone who was so moved, so ignited by their passionate hatred for a book, that they spew forth the most hateful torrent of words, and shape it into something hilariously beautiful, like… Continue reading REVIEW: The Wrath & The Dawn
I've been reading more than usual. On one hand, that's a good thing. You can't write without reading. Good stories aren't released into a vacuum; nor should they be written in one, I think. Reading affords an opportunity to let other people inspire you, for better or for worse. This post is definitely going to touch… Continue reading REVIEW: The Problem with Quentin