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Apathy in Space.
Why recommend books the normal way when you can recommend them with pictures? (Confession: I really just wanted to share these pictures I took. But I also love each of these stories!)
Now that it’s back-to-school season, it’s time to talk about everyone’s favorite nerdy witch: Hermione Granger.
I can just picture a modern-day, edgy version of Hermione blasting this song in her headphones while frantically staying up till 2am to finish that awful potions homework.
So there’s your back-to-school motivation for the week! 😉 Continue reading “If Hermione Granger Listened to Alternative Rock”
Do you ever get booklover déjà vu?
“Booklover déjà vu” is a scientific phenomenon (that I made up) that manifests itself in two Continue reading “Booklover Déjà Vu (Pride and Prejudice Edition)”
I’ve had this awesome make-your-own comic book since December, but I’m bringing it back out. This book is great for Continue reading “A Create-Your-Own Comic Book (Plus Pirate Mermaids)”
A book lover’s guide to classical music
The opening is lyrical and tragic—the perfect representation of Romeo and Juliet’s star-crossed love. Although the Continue reading “Classical Music Stories: Romeo and Juliet”
I’ve discovered that playing Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” on the heavy metal setting of my electric guitar is not only awesome, but super cathartic. As a result, I’ve been thinking about other songs I could crank Continue reading “Top 5 Electric Guitar Versions of Songs That Need to Happen”
Once upon a time, there was a little girl who lived with her cousin and aunt. The cousin was handsome and strong, but Continue reading “A Fairy Tale Retelling of Jane Eyre”
I would say that this post has spoilers for The Martian, but my whole point is that the book’s ending ISN’T a spoiler…
What is it about stories that make us so sure of a happy ending?
Not every book ends happily, of course, but as I read The Martian I knew that Andy Weir wasn’t Continue reading “Heroes Don’t Die. But What If They Did?”
In these 30 seconds I hear Tinker Bell’s anger and jealousy at Peter’s Continue reading “Classical Music Stories: Tinker Bell (Plus Flash Fiction Challenge!)”