THE WRITER’S BLOCK JOURNAL 2020: Week III

Toothwort lingers beneath the earth Chewing damp soil between his gums. The dried out eye sockets, caked with cracked black blood Are hollow and sightless, but he sees you still.   * * * I get a lot of writer’s block. After reading The Unnamable for the fourth time recently, I came upon a lucrative solution: write … Continue reading THE WRITER’S BLOCK JOURNAL 2020: Week III

TOP TEN TUESDAY: Bookish Discoveries I Made in 2019

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly tag by That Artsy Reader Girl, go check it out and get involved! I almost picked something else for this week because I discovered the entire community last year, not just a few new things. It's so weird to think that I've been doing this for almost a year now.   10.) New … Continue reading TOP TEN TUESDAY: Bookish Discoveries I Made in 2019

TOP 10 TUESDAY: Most Anticipated Releases of Spring/Summer 2020

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly tag by That Artsy Reader Girl, go check it out and get involved! One of my resolutions this year was to read more contemporary. Fun fact, the first time I ever looked through publisher catalogues for upcoming titles was right now, for the purpose of this list.   10.) Sisters - … Continue reading TOP 10 TUESDAY: Most Anticipated Releases of Spring/Summer 2020

REVIEW: The Northumbrians – Dan Jackson

★★★★✩ | 4/5   It is hard to find well written works about Northumberland. Note that I say ‘works’ rather than ‘books,’ because we are a critically overlooked people, sometimes barely warranting a derisive paragraph. When I was researching for my MA thesis, I was met with disappointment upon discovering that Daniel Defoe only pretended … Continue reading REVIEW: The Northumbrians – Dan Jackson

REVIEW: My Parents: An Introduction and This Does Not Belong to You – Aleksandar Hemon

★★★★★ | 5/5 This review was originally published on Bookmunch. If you enjoyed it, please head over to the original post and show it some love! A collection of photographs separates This Does Not Belong to You from My Parents: An Introduction. If, like me, you begin with My Parents, you are greeted with two images of Petar and Andja Hemon … Continue reading REVIEW: My Parents: An Introduction and This Does Not Belong to You – Aleksandar Hemon