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15 Most Loved and Read Books So Far in 2020 –– Reader’s Selection

15 Most Loved and Read Books So Far in 2020 –– Reader’s Selection

  All it takes it one blink of an eye and throw in some COVID named pandemic, and before you know it, we’re already almost through with 2020. To celebrate the fact that the people who are reading this post are still hanging in there, 

Tv Show Review: Grace & Frankie –– It Will Make You Cackle and Snort With Joy

Tv Show Review: Grace & Frankie –– It Will Make You Cackle and Snort With Joy

  The tv show “Grace and Frankie” follows Grace, a retired cosmetics mogul, and Frankie, a hippie art teacher, whose husbands, Robert and Sol, are successful divorce lawyers in San Diego. Grace and Frankie‘s lives are turned upside down when Robert and Sol announce they 

French Movie Quotes Galore: Blue is the Warmest Color

French Movie Quotes Galore: Blue is the Warmest Color

 

Not quite sure why, but lately the French movie Blue is the Warmest Color seems to be on my mind a lot. Which is weird, because I didn’t even enjoy the movie all that much when I watched it. But for some reason, it’s all I’ve been able to think about as of late. Continue reading French Movie Quotes Galore: Blue is the Warmest Color

For the Broken Hearted––Cry Your Eyes Out With These Heartbreaking Movies

For the Broken Hearted––Cry Your Eyes Out With These Heartbreaking Movies

  Ladies and gents, today, we’re going to be drowning in feels. I’m dedicating this post for the broken-hearted and the inconsolable(s), so gather around because we’re going to cry our eyes and heart out with these bunches of heartbreaking movies.

Non-Fiction Book Review: Calypso By David Sedaris

Non-Fiction Book Review: Calypso By David Sedaris

  In Calypso, it starts with David Sedaris buying a beach house on the Carolina coast. Sedaris envisions long, relaxing vacations spent playing board games and lounging in the sun with those he loves most. And life at the Sea Section, as he names the 

A Short Story: Rainy Days, Cozy Nights and the Exploration of the Mind

A Short Story: Rainy Days, Cozy Nights and the Exploration of the Mind

 

Here is a post about another short story I have cooked up a while back on a rainy day while exploring through the corners of my mind.

I hope you enjoy. 

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12 LGBT Books to Read, Because Why Not? –– Book Recommendations

12 LGBT Books to Read, Because Why Not? –– Book Recommendations

  I don’t know why, maybe because life in quarantine has been bleh lately, or because I suddenly remember the Call Me By Your Name story but all of a sudden, all I want to do is read some steamy LGBT books. 

Is It Winter Yet? –– September 2020 Upcoming Korean Drama to Watch

Is It Winter Yet? –– September 2020 Upcoming Korean Drama to Watch

  Okay but seriously, is it winter yet? Because not even all of these new and upcoming Korean drama in September could cool me down in this summer heat and humidity.

Non-Fic Book Review: A Brief History of Capitalism By Yanis Varoufakis

Non-Fic Book Review: A Brief History of Capitalism By Yanis Varoufakis

 

In A Brief History of Capitalism, activist Yanis Varoufakis, Greece’s former finance minister, pens a series of letters to his young daughter, educating her about the business, politics, and corruption of world economics. Continue reading Non-Fic Book Review: A Brief History of Capitalism By Yanis Varoufakis