Book Review – The Forgotten Island by David Sodergren

Title: The Forgotten Island Author: David Sodergren Edition: Paperback Page Count: 314 pages Rating: 5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  When Ana Logan agrees to go on holiday to Thailand with her estranged sister Rachel, she hopes it will be a way for them to reconnect after years of drifting apart. But now, stranded on a … Continue reading

Thursday 10: Sequels I Liked More Than the Original

The idea for this post came up ages ago, but I didn’t get around to writing it until now. I can’t remember who I was arguing with about sequels not all being terrible, but it prompted this list, so to them I am grateful! Thanks, mystery friend. Sorry my memory is awful! 🙂 I love … Continue reading

Throwback: Visiting Giant’s Causeway ’18

As mentioned in a previous post, last year I took a trip to the UK. I went for a bunch of reasons – my friend Hannah was getting married to her boyfriend/fiance of several years, Ras. I love them both, and was so happy to have been invited – I knew I had to make … Continue reading

Weekly Wrap-Up: July 14, 2019

This a week of sleep! I’ve slept so much. I have iron deficiency anemia, so I’m kind of always cold and always, always tired. I also bruise really easily, which is totally awesome in combination with my clumsiness (I’m being sarcastic, in case the text wasn’t conveying that properly), because it means parts of my body … Continue reading

Book Review – The Same Deep Water As You by Chad Lutzke

Title: The Same Deep Water As You Author: Chad Lutzke Edition: Paperback Page Count: 82 pages Rating:  4.5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  Music, beer, skateboarding, and tragedy star in this coming-of-age lesson on love and lust and the line that divides them, as 19-year-old Jex experiences a life that meets River’s Edge and Kids with … Continue reading

Artist Feature: The Life Aquatic with Bruce Mozert

A couple of days ago I Tumblr’d upon some old black and white photos of young people going about their normal, everyday lives in the early 1940s. I guess it would have been cool on its own, in a neat little Pleasantville sort of way, but what made the shots even more interesting was that they … Continue reading