Fire by Camila Macaya Palma, CC-BY-2.0.
Summer vacation is over, kids. It’s time to get down to business. With the shorter days and colder weather, I find myself spending more time inside, which for me translates to more reading!
Written on September 25, 2014
Is feminism a new hot topic? I’ve been seeing it pop up everywhere – in the media, at the UN, in my neighborhood. I love that people are talking about it. Hopefully, with more discussion and education, the general perception will move away from feminism being a dirty word loaded with negative
These are the dog days of summer and everyone is feeling a bit lazy, no? August is a time for long weekends, vacations on the beach, houses on a lake, mojitos on the back porch (or for city people, a rooftop bar) – a month to relax and enjoy the sweet fruits
Blog! I’ve missed you! I am sorry I left you. The fact is, I got busy. I’ve been doing well with my freelancing work (and am very grateful for this), and mixed with enjoying summertime in the city, weekends away, and some travel, I have neglected AWR. I hope to post more
“I can’t go back to yesterday because I was a different person then.” ~ Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
Cruising down my To Read list of critically acclaimed 2013 novels, I recently reserved The Goldfinch at the library. The waiting list was a bazillion people long so I thought I’d have to wait a few months for it to come in.
“When spring came, even the false spring, there were no problems except where to be happiest.” – Ernest Hemingway in A Moveable Feast
I did a lot of reading in high school, both in and out of class. I was in Honors English until the 10th grade; for 11th and 12th grade I took advanced placement English courses, earning college credit. We were pretty smart kids. We had good teachers.
I posted a negative review of The Friday Night Knitting Club on Tuesday. It was a Bad Book. It was a waste of time to read. The characters were trite and the plot was cheap and cliché.