The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation by Richard Rohr I picked up this book in an ongoing attempt to figure my shit out. Religion has and will always interest me, and the idea of the Trinity is something that I grew up with in both a Christian household and Christian schooling. However, … Continue reading Trinity Thoughts
I am having a really hard time with reading this year. I was SUPER optimistic with my reading goal for this year, and so far I've only read F O U R books. What? It's April. What the hell. I have a major list of to-read books that I'm very excited about, but lately I … Continue reading Readers Block, S-Town, Tattoos, etc.
To be honest, I’m in the middle of scrambling to reach my 2016 reading goal. (I probably won’t reach it.) How are you doing with your reading goal? Do you have one? Do you care? LMK. I recently read Richard Matheson’s “I Am Legend” and freaking loved it. I have always put books like that … Continue reading I Am Legend adaptation “review”
Last summer I went overboard on YA novels and series. In one summer I read The Hunger Games trilogy, the Legend trilogy, the Divergent trilogy, three John Green books, Sarah Dessen's newest novel, and the first Maze Runner. Oh my word. Now as much as I love YA, I have been quite burned out on … Continue reading The Year of the Essay Collections
Honestly, this book is better suited for those who have not listened to the podcasts Serial and Undisclosed in their entirety. The amount of new information that Chaudry brings to light about Adnan's case directly can be summarized at a length no longer than a grocery list. (A short grocery list. Think "milk and eggs".) Also, beware, potential spoilers. … Continue reading Adnan’s Story by Rabia Chaudry, a Review & Reflection
This is for me. I have just started reading You Can Be An Optimist by Lucy MacDonald. The premise is that optimism can be a learned mentality, if one only has the will and determination to make that change. This book was an impulse purchase at Urban Outfitters (while I was also buying a vinyl record- … Continue reading I am a pessimist.
I am turning 26 next month, which is scary as shit. Every year my age seems just a little bit scarier, you feel me? Twenty-five has been less than kind to me and has been the hardest year of my life. I've been thinking a lot about Lindsay as a person, and whether I could … Continue reading Five Albums