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The Book Personality Challenge

This tag was created by Brittany at Beauty and The Bean Boots. Here are the questions: What is your MBTI personality type? (For a free MBTI personality test, check out Sixteen Personalities or Personality Page!) Advocate INFJ-T This varies (sometimes I get INFP). What is your personality like? I consider myself friendly, ambitious, easily anxious, and passionate. If… Continue reading The Book Personality Challenge

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Harry Potter: Where To Begin?

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (or Philosopher’s Stone) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows The Sequel Harry Potter and… Continue reading Harry Potter: Where To Begin?

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Pride Month: Books With Asexual Representation

If you've been around my blog for a while, you'll know I identify as asexual. So, since June is pride month, I thought I'd share some interesting books featuring asexual characters. Let me know if you know any others worth being included!   <- Victor Vale (the main character) is depicted as asexual.   Alys,… Continue reading Pride Month: Books With Asexual Representation

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In What Order Should “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” Be Read?

If you want to start with the original radio show, you can find it there.     The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy –  The Restaurant at the End of the Universe –  Life, the Universe and Everything –  So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish –  Mostly Harmless –  The Hitchhiker’s guide to the Galaxy by Eoin Colfer Eight… Continue reading In What Order Should “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” Be Read?

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The Chronicles of Narnia: Where to Begin?

The Magician’s Nephew and The Horse and His Boy are set earlier in the story of Narnia, but published after, making them some sort of prequel. When first published, the books were not numbered. C.S. Lewis’s reply to a letter from an American reading who was having an argument with his mother on the subject: I think… Continue reading The Chronicles of Narnia: Where to Begin?

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Throwback Thursday: Expressing Apocalyptic Belief

Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. Belief in the apocalypse is pervasive in human nature, across… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Expressing Apocalyptic Belief

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Want More Book Reviews?

A lot of times, when I finish a book, I don't have enough time or inclination to write a full blog post review. So, I have recently started doing Bookstagram again and I've been posting mini-reviews of every book I've ever read, including going back and writing a review of every book I've read and… Continue reading Want More Book Reviews?

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Throwback Thursday: Obesity Is Not A Disease

Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. Obesity, once merely a risk factor for diseases, has been… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Obesity Is Not A Disease

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Throwback Thursday: Cloud Nine Essay: Where is Tommy?

Throwback Thursday, where, essentially I post old writing samples, essays and short stories that I dig up from my pile of hoarded papers and school assignments or from the depths of my computer. So everyone can see how my writing has changed/improved over the years. In theater, casting is often very intentional. In Caryl Churchill’s… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Cloud Nine Essay: Where is Tommy?